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A couple of plate racks, or 'the evolution of a new product'

Discussion in 'General Off Topic' started by phillipd, Jan 12, 2018.

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  1. wllmkttrll

    wllmkttrll Distinguished Poster

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    Stainless is soft
     
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  2. Jarhead5811

    Jarhead5811 Rational Anarchist MSGO Supporter

    They may be, but the price was right: FREE.

    I know every time I ever had to work with stainless it was hell on Drill bits. These things are probably close to 1.5 inches thick. At a minimum they should handle pistol rounds without cratering. I’ll have to see what a rifle will do...it’ll be fun, either way.
     
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  3. bubbat

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    Is the AR plate on front of square tubing higher than the back of the tubing with it set on an angle? Can't tell from the pictures. If it isn't aren't you going to run into the same problem with upward deflection if a bullet goes over front plate and hits back part of square tubing?

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  4. phillipd

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    Yep
     
  5. bubbat

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    Figured it probably was, guess it's the angle of the picture that makes it look a little higher.
     
  6. phillipd

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    Hard to tell from the pic and it's real close but a fuzz higher. We measured multiple times and after looking at that pic I got the level and measured again. I may add another 1/16" or so just to make myself feel better
     
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