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Jefferson State Raptor one week info update

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    Springrrrr
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    I threw together another video showing a few more things about the Raptor.  So far so good with this gun, but because there is no included manual, as of yet, we new owners may have to do some work on our own if the phones are busy at Jefferson State and we want a question answered.

    I hope this helps a little and if I find out any other things that may be worthy of passing along, I will do so.

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    dodge3500
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    Thanks for the video my friend. 😀👍

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    Hoytwon
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    Love the video, trying to decide if I should pull the trigger!

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    CampFussell
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    Good stuff to know there Bob. Thanks

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    STO
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    Has anyone gotten anything close to the advertised 160 foot pounds out of this thing?

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    tsakula
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    how easy is to remove barrel? can you show us?

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    Springrrrr
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    JSAR put out a video of the Raptor take down.  The barrel should come off by removing 3 screws on the breech end after taking off the Weaver scope mount and unscrewing the moderator so you can simply slide off the shroud.

    I have not removed the barrel but I can bet there are "O" rings on it that have to be carefully respected so they don't get shaved or marred when pulling it out or putting it back in.  Silicon grease is your friend.

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    Papy_Yosh
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    Thank you  Bob,

    Good and informative video. I am hopping for mine to show up this week. Keep up sending that good info

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