So about a year ago I went to Costco and bought 2 cases of water priced at $4.49 each. I looked at the receipt and realized that I paid $4 in CRV (cash refund value)! WTF?! Seriously?!
That's when I decided to save all cans, bottles, etc. and instead of dumping them into the blue bin for pick up, I started to cash them in once a month. I also got my alcoholic neighbors to save their cans and bottles for me as well.
So I got about $20-$24 each month from recycling, and here is what I turned it into: JD lower with laser engraving
- BIG Thanks to those Guys! Daniel Defense lower parts kit as well as mil-spec stock with hardware, and bullet button (not pictured)
And here is what a very good friend of mine hooked me up with. All free!
DD M4v3 upper! I assembled the lower, it was a lot easier than I thought, now I wanna do another one
Don't need builders kit or vice. All I used was a small hammer, needle nose pliers, and some electrical tape to mask the surface. To pay for the upper I sold 1000 bucks worth of Hot Wheels, so here it is in all its glory:
Complete. Note that FVG is not attached, it just came with the upper and pic is just for visual. I never shot it with one mounted on and I forgot to grab it when I went to the range to try it out.
So I assembled the rifle and went to the range. Below are the results. Bear in mind that I am an AR n00b so I suck at this still.
Here it is at 15 yards, standing with no support. Lower group is from my new AR and upper is Mosin. I suck at this at the moment
25 yards, same as before, lower is AR and upper is Mosin.