Need Help finishing LR-308 (DFW Area)

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Need Help finishing LR-308 (DFW Area)

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Post by ajwakeboarder » Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:01 am

Good evening Gentlemen,
As some of you may remember, I had to move to California back in March for my job. Since I was unfamiliar with their laws, I left most of my firearms with my family in Texas. I am visiting them right now and I have found a way to make them "legal" and want to bring them back with me. I have a AR style .308 that I need to finish. Unfortunately, I don't have my tools here. I was wondering if anyone can recommend a gun shop that might be open Friday morning in the DFW Metroplex and has time to help me finish the gun. I have all the parts, The barrel just needs to be torqued, head space needs to be checked, and the muzzle brake needs to be indexed.
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Post by Pawpaw » Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:19 am

Give Rockwall Shooter's Supply a call.

They're a small shop and good people. If possible, I bet they'll help you out.
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Re: Need Help finishing LR-308 (DFW Area)

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Post by Bitter Clinger » Thu Dec 28, 2017 6:07 am

Might also try these folks:

https://www.mcclellandgun.com
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