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    Quote Originally Posted by fmunk View Post
    Right. Up to a point it becomes a question of "how much do I value my free time?"



    But ADCO will still do chopping, profiling and dimpling IIRC.
    Meh...the real problem was the cost of the mill. I'd have to invest $11K in just the machine; no tooling. So many things I still need for the shop....2 post lift for $3K, and a Piranha ironworker $25K.....it all adds up.


    Yep...ADCO still does all that. In fact, I need to send them a X39 HBAR to reprofile to light. $120....I just don't really want to send anything out right now with everything being screwed up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean K. View Post
    Thanks for the answer. I was wondering if there was something I should be doing.

    Were your broken BHOs the peg style or the newer ramped ones?
    Peg style. The originals. I had a shop here harden a couple of spares and since hen haven’t broken one. I figured the early ones we just shitty quality, like the original triggers.

    That is part of what I like with the Virtus, you can drop a decent trigger in and that along with the accuracy makes a big difference in ‘feel’.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyC View Post
    Peg style. The originals. I had a shop here harden a couple of spares and since hen haven’t broken one. I figured the early ones we just shitty quality, like the original triggers.

    That is part of what I like with the Virtus, you can drop a decent trigger in and that along with the accuracy makes a big difference in ‘feel’.
    Yeah, I swapped all the peg style for the ramped....much better design. The peg looked super cheap and not well thought out. I don't remember the original trigger and I had a couple reworked by Bill out in Colorado Springs but they started doubling/tripling and I had to get rid of them; but the enhanced, while not a great trigger, is pretty good for a factory offering, but that's a big plus for an AR style platform; great trigger selection.

    Thanks again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean K. View Post
    Yep...ADCO still does all that. In fact, I need to send them a X39 HBAR to reprofile to light. $120....I just don't really want to send anything out right now with everything being screwed up.
    I've not had any problems with USPS. Have you gotten the stock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmunk View Post
    I've not had any problems with USPS. Have you gotten the stock?
    Funny you ask. It wasn't in the mail box yesterday when they show it being delivered. I'm hoping it's there today....the postman was filling the community box when I came home today so I didn't want to interrupt. Going to check in a bit. I'm guessing he accidentally stuck the package box key in the wrong person's box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean K. View Post
    Funny you ask. It wasn't in the mail box yesterday when they show it being delivered. I'm hoping it's there today....the postman was filling the community box when I came home today so I didn't want to interrupt. Going to check in a bit. I'm guessing he accidentally stuck the package box key in the wrong person's box.
    Ugh. No bueno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmunk View Post
    Ugh. No bueno.


    Got it! Someone must've left a note with the key.

    Thanks!
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