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Citizens Liberty Organization / 🌎 Global Channels / 🔫the-armory [part 2]

For the sharing and discussion of weapons, armor, tactics, equipment, etc. Server #rules apply.

minorthreat
(id: 704451813184897206)

01 May 2020 01:08

They should function properly with my rifle so sure how much they’re like 15 bucks normally. I’ll also take some non corrosive if y’all have extra

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The_Black_Knight
(id: 704521165640827020)

01 May 2020 01:13

A pmag came with my WASR, not bad feeling but I bought some cheap eastern bloc ones for the rest

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The_Black_Knight
(id: 704521165640827020)

01 May 2020 01:14

Have you guys given yours any hard use?

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minorthreat
(id: 704451813184897206)

01 May 2020 01:24

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 01:25

I should probably get some of those if I ever decide to actually use my AK

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minorthreat
(id: 704451813184897206)

01 May 2020 01:25

That’s what fits the mag well best. Most places are out of stock

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The_Black_Knight
(id: 704521165640827020)

01 May 2020 01:30

I figure you can’t stock up wrong as long as they work

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The_Black_Knight
(id: 704521165640827020)

01 May 2020 01:31

And the only issue I’ve ever heard of with the Croatian ones is being too tight, plus they were cheap as shit

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 01:49

@Sparrow hey man, sorry to bother, what version of the TP9 did you have that you liked?

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 01:49

The TP9SFX is the one I got.

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 01:49

I got the tan one

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 01:49

It was like 800ish, but also came with a red dot.

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 01:49

Ah nice dude. Have you checked out the others or just that one

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 01:50

I've looked at the others. But the SFX is by far my favorite model

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 01:51

Okay man, thank you

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 01:52

No problem. But if you're looking at something you could possibly conceal, maybe look at the Elite? It has a shorter barrel.

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 01:54

I was looking into conceal at first but at the same time I feel like a full size would fit my hand better. But I gotta shoot first antway

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 01:54

Well, they're both full size. It's just the SFX is a competition gun, longer barrel and everything.

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 01:58

Oh shit. I guess I need to look into them more. I legit don’t know fuckinf anything

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 02:00

The basic pistol is offered as the TP9SF, TP9DA and TP9SA. Barrel length is 4.47 inches, overall size is comparable to a Glock 17 or other service pistol, and the gun comes with a pair of 18+1 magazines, or 10+1 in select jurisdictions, with black or desert (tan) finish. The SF model is a standard striker-fired action, similar to just about any other striker gun on the market. The TP9DA is the double-action model, with a decocking button on the top of the slide that can put the pistol in double-action mode for safer carrying. The TP9SA model has the decocker, but the button acts as a striker deactivator. The TP9SF Elite is a compact model, with shorter grip and shorter barrel and slide, making it a bit easier for daily carry. Barrel length is reduced to 4.19 inches, and capacity is reduced to 15 rounds in the standard magazine. Available finishes are tungsten gray and black. It is slightly taller, wider and longer than a Glock 19; it would be more comparable in size to an H&K VP9 or Walther PPQ. The subcompact variant - the TP9 Elite SC - trims barrel length to 3.6 inches and capacity to 12+1 with the pinkie rest magazine, but also ships with a 15-round extended magazine. The Elite SC comes with a pre-milled slide, so you can mount the optic of your choice. There's also a competition model, the SP9SFX. The X stands for "extended." As you might guess, it has a 5.2-inch barrel with an extended slide, and comes with extended 20-round magazines. It's just like the standard SF, just bigger. If you need more capacity, and the utmost in controllability without giving a darn about concealability...this is your gun.

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 02:02 edited: 2020-05-01T02:02:23.798+00:00

So, if you want a mid-ground. I recommend the SF Elite, if you want something you can conceal decently well, look for the Elite SC

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 02:02

If you want a full size beast that like to slap bitches, the SFX

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 02:08

Holy shit dude you’re a beast. Sorry I was doing a lot of stuff at once and didn’t see this right away. I read all of this and gonna head to bed and wake up with a clear mind and go over it all again in the morning. @Sparrow

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 02:08

Yeah, no problem bud. It's what I'm here for.

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Kredo
(id: 323916176239624192)

01 May 2020 02:29

https://www.firequest.com/WP111.html

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Da/k/ota
(id: 364987463904526338)

01 May 2020 03:13

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Da/k/ota
(id: 364987463904526338)

01 May 2020 03:13

True if big

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 03:16

YUUUGGEEE IF REAL

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deathmetaldrew
(id: 245761577742106634)

01 May 2020 03:43

@Sparrow I'm intrigued by the Caniks thanks for the heads up. Looks pretty solid for the money https://www.gunbroker.com/item/866790421

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 03:45

Not a problem man, I love them personally. And I've carried and shot a handful of different pistols. They are a really nice bang for buck setup.

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 03:45

don't think there's gonna be a glock ar, nothing on google

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 03:46

if there was, I'd envision billet receivers made to look like legos

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Cannibal1-1
(id: 301334027325931520)

01 May 2020 04:05

Glock AR's would be polymer lowers like the GWACS

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Cannibal1-1
(id: 301334027325931520)

01 May 2020 04:09

Or weird GWACS/Carbon 15 hybrids

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Yeetasaurus Rex
(id: 238880292138385418)

01 May 2020 04:09

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Yeetasaurus Rex
(id: 238880292138385418)

01 May 2020 04:09 edited: 2020-05-01T04:15:25.641+00:00

Got my new upper in, the blue shit are "prototype" guards and a foregrip I'm working on Emphasis on prototype because i printed them. lol

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Yeetasaurus Rex
(id: 238880292138385418)

01 May 2020 04:10

Glass should be in tomorrow

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 04:13

>railscales has entered the chat >™️©️®️

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Yeetasaurus Rex
(id: 238880292138385418)

01 May 2020 04:13

pst, but free

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Yeetasaurus Rex
(id: 238880292138385418)

01 May 2020 04:14

i can throw my karve in there, but i dont want to take that off my 7.5 300 black out

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Yeetasaurus Rex
(id: 238880292138385418)

01 May 2020 04:15

@Crye Salesman edited for clarification lmao

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 04:16

I mean I’m not hoes mad. Although though I’m concerned about the heat

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Yeetasaurus Rex
(id: 238880292138385418)

01 May 2020 04:18

it can resist up to 200c, it melts at 240c, if my shit gets that hot... i have other things to worry about and will probably switch to holding the mag well at that point lol

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 04:41

What about it’s thermal dissipation/retention?

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 04:51

Got a question. If I'm building a rifle that's not intended to be used with armor and to have low recoil, a sporting rifle of sorts, would a fixed stock be more appropriate in order to use a rifle length buffer?

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 04:53

Never messed with rifle length receiver extensions before

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[LA] Zoomer Medi/k/
(id: 687142537353232434)

01 May 2020 04:54

I rifle length buffer won’t be needed depending on buffer weight.

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 04:55

The thought that popped into my head was Adjustable gas block, geissele rifle length spring, jp lightweight buffer, faxon lightweight bcg

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 04:56

I don't like fixed stock because length of pull can change depending on terrain and cover, buffer and spring weight can be adjusted with gas to give you lighter impulses

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 04:56

Hell, I'd sell you my skeletonized BCG

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 04:56

I don't want it because I thought I wanted to make an ultralight build, but decided against it.

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 04:57

I know that the faxon one is g2g but a lot of others out there have issues, so I'm leaning towards that

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 04:58

Wouldn't be too worried about changing terrain and cover anyway since there likely wouldn't be time to adjust the length

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[LA] Zoomer Medi/k/
(id: 687142537353232434)

01 May 2020 04:58

Spring length and buffer length don’t matter as much as spring resistance or buffer weight.

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 04:59

I understand it helps a little though, so I'm seeing what all I can tweak within reason money wise

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[LA] Zoomer Medi/k/
(id: 687142537353232434)

01 May 2020 05:00

For a light recoiling gun, you’ll want a pretty resistant spring and a heavier than average buffer.

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 05:02

Huh. I read on jp's site that they suggested a lighter buffer when going with a light bcg

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 05:02

Heavier buffers would be slower and slam, rather than snap.

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[LA] Zoomer Medi/k/
(id: 687142537353232434)

01 May 2020 05:02

It’s a real balancing act.

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 05:02

Yeah, you'll have to go light and light, because if you have a light BCG, it won't have enough mass to go back and eject the cartridge

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 05:02

I've had experience messing with it, it's a pain in the ass.

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[LA] Zoomer Medi/k/
(id: 687142537353232434)

01 May 2020 05:03

Tuning gas systems can be a bitch

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 05:03

@Confused VLTOR A5 RE is what you want

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 05:03

That sounds like it's between carbine and rifle length

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 05:03

Heavier buffers are a band aid for overgassed AR’s, you shouldn’t be building a rifle based on that

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[LA] Zoomer Medi/k/
(id: 687142537353232434)

01 May 2020 05:04

Rifleine

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 05:04

It’s a rifle length RE that takes carbine stocks

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[LA] Zoomer Medi/k/
(id: 687142537353232434)

01 May 2020 05:04

Adjusting your gas block is gonna do a lot.

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[LA] Zoomer Medi/k/
(id: 687142537353232434)

01 May 2020 05:05

A lot of your tuning will likely be done there.

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 05:05

Does the vltor a5 take regular rifle springs or a proprietary one?

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 05:05

Regular rifle spring

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 05:05

Hmm okay

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 05:06

But a proprietor buffer

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Crye Salesman
(id: 368359599889186818)

01 May 2020 05:06

They’re made by a few companies so they’re not like rare or anything

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American_AF
(id: 524377682927157258)

01 May 2020 10:29

Does anyone in here machine their own parts? Asking for legitimate business reasons.

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:07

FEDBOI

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:07

Kidding 💜

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:07

...unless

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Mike Nolan
(id: 501535674487275530)

01 May 2020 12:08

isnt the law in america you dont have to do any paperwork with parts as long as the ATF doesnt classify that part as the 'reciever' or whatever?

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:10

You don’t have to do any paperwork as long as the ATF doesn’t know

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Mike Nolan
(id: 501535674487275530)

01 May 2020 12:11

true

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Mike Nolan
(id: 501535674487275530)

01 May 2020 12:11

but you can also legally make your own guns right?

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:11

Fuck if I know lol

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Mike Nolan
(id: 501535674487275530)

01 May 2020 12:11

buy about $20 worth of steel tubing at home depot, make a pipe shotgun and hand it in to a police buyback program for $100

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Mike Nolan
(id: 501535674487275530)

01 May 2020 12:12

ive heard a lot of people do that

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:12

Some kids in my beautiful home state of New Jersey did that and they shut it down

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Mike Nolan
(id: 501535674487275530)

01 May 2020 12:12

y tho? big sad

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:14

They’re big gay

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Mike Nolan
(id: 501535674487275530)

01 May 2020 12:14

i swear ive seen yt vids of americans showing off their supposedly legal homemade gun collection

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:18

Well I wouldn’t be surprised 😂

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Confused
(id: 205492937423978496)

01 May 2020 12:29

Yeah you can legally make your own guns as long as you don't make them with the intent to sell them. Gets a little sketchy but technically it is legal to sell them later on, you just can't make them with the intent to.

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American_AF
(id: 524377682927157258)

01 May 2020 12:40

I have a firearm company, try to start manufacturing, I need someone who can make the parts

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 12:54

Oh that’s hype dude

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American_AF
(id: 524377682927157258)

01 May 2020 12:59

Why would we post videos? Like nothing screams “come fuck with me” more than videos.

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BugsyBaldwin
(id: 704929763176874004)

01 May 2020 14:00

In Canada its legal to build certain guns depending upon what type of firearms licence you have (PAL or RPAL)

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 14:55

Recommendations for a holster that can hold a glock 17 with light and optics? Seems like I could only find one or the other on safariland website.

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Abe Clark
(id: 705513698999140464)

01 May 2020 15:00

A pocket

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 15:01

Now that'll get ya killed son.

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 15:02

I never thought I'd do this. But I might turn this into a gucci-glock. Hahaha

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Sparrow
(id: 263533549595000836)

01 May 2020 15:02

Get a threaded barrel and muzzle break, get some slide cuts in it. Maybe even paint the slide.

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