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    Aaron Queen

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  1. Statesville it will be. Lake lure is a bit far for me. Now I need winter clothing. Shorts are not cutting it here. Thanks guys.
  2. Been a member for a little bit now but just moved from central FL to Winston - Salem NC. Hope to meet some new people and find somewhere to shoot soon. I googled "3-gun winston salem" and didnt get much help.
  3. Ha! Sounds about right
  4. No pics were ever posted and I could never get a response. Thanks Stuart - I figured as much since I googled it and found nothing.
  5. meatsauce

    Hobdell edition TS?

    I tried reaching this person with no results until it finally appeared as "sold". I've never heard of a Hobdell Edition TS. What is it? http://floridaguntrader.com/index.php?a=2&b=535868 Edited to add - I know who Angus Hobdell is, just not a hobdell TS.
  6. Another vote for the Miculek comp. Hard to beat it for price and performance
  7. This is exactly what it's like. It's not the tightest fitting block. I'll shoot it one evening this week and pull the gas block to see if it looks like it's leaking.
  8. Sorry guys, was out of town for a few days. I'm using a Seekins gas block
  9. I tried this but it would not run again until I fiddled with the gas adjustment. Then it would run as long as I wanted. As soon as it cooled down....nada. I did try turning the gas up quite a bit with the same results. No reloads, was shooting 55gr. Geco target ammo.
  10. This ----> http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=219775
  11. Ok, I decided to build an AR. First trip out was yesterday morning to dial in scope and adjust gas block. Once I found the sweet spot with the gas block it would run through a magazine with no issues. Then I took a break, 4-5 minutes, when I go to shoot again there's not enough gas (ejecting but not stripping off the next round). Off with the handguard and go through the process again - shoots great until I set it down for a few minutes. When I go back to it - the same damn thing, not enough gas. I turned the gas up, down, every which way and it always did the same thing. What am I doing wrong?
  12. Mods, please delete this - I reposted in Rifle - Technical. Thanks Tonythe Tiger
  13. It has a set screw ( that I tightened after every adjustment). Gas block is torqued down. Pretty positive there is plenty of lube. - Ive never heard of a problem like this and the couple people Ive asked in person look at me like I'm a nut. It's gotta be something stupid but I'm at a loss.
  14. Ok, I decided to build an AR. First trip out was yesterday morning to dial in scope and adjust gas block. Once I found the sweet spot with the gas block it would run through a magazine with no issues. Then I took a break, 4-5 minutes, when I go to shoot again there's not enough gas (ejecting but not stripping off the next round). Off with the handguard and go through the process again - shoots great until I set it down for a few minutes. When I go back to it - the same damn thing, not enough gas. I turned the gas up, down, every which way and it always did the same thing. What am I doing wrong? Edited to add it's a Seekins gas block if that matters
  15. I can respect and agree with that. ( the second part - I like those movies )
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