My Christmas Gifts to my Daughter and Son in law

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My Christmas Gifts to my Daughter and Son in law

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Since my Daughter and Son in Law decided to give me a Grandson for Christmas. :lol:

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I decided to build them both AR15s.(not really, I decided to build these long before she was pregnant, but it sounds good anyways. :mrgreen: )

.223 Wylde 1/8 twist mid length gas systems
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The one with the Purple Accents is my Daughters. Purple is her favorite color.

These were built on PSA Lowers.
Son in Laws Rifle all but sights from KM Tactical gunbroker auctions. Built his rifle for $243.

Daughters cost a lot more to get the purple cerakote parts. But she loved it.

Both uppers came with slabside uppers. I switched both out for standard flat top uppers with deflector and forward assist.
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Very nice gifts. Congratulations grandpa.
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Congratulations, grandpa! Your grandson is adorable and based on your post, I’m sure you are very protective of him. The gifts are great, especially if your daughter and son in law like them. The purple on your daughter’s riffle is very unique. To be honest, not many of my family members own guns, but I believe it’s smart to take safety precautions. However, I never knew people gifted guns on special occasions. When my sister gave birth, I made her the Biggest Welcome Baby Boy Gift Basket that contained blankets, mittens, toys and clothing. She loved it, and that’s what makes a gift special. The thought you put into giving something that you know the receiver will appreciate.
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Can you return him for cash after Christmas if he stays clean? :shock:
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Wonderful Christmas presents all around.

That is one lucky baby with a grandpa like you.
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barnyangel wrote: Fri Dec 09, 2022 2:17 pm Congratulations, grandpa! Your grandson is adorable and based on your post, I’m sure you are very protective of him. The gifts are great, especially if your daughter and son in law like them. The purple on your daughter’s riffle is very unique. To be honest, not many of my family members own guns, but I believe it’s smart to take safety precautions. However, I never knew people gifted guns on special occasions. When my sister gave birth, I made her the best fat burner for men that contained blankets, mittens, toys and clothing. She loved it, and that’s what makes a gift special. The thought you put into giving something that you know the receiver will appreciate.
This looks very good for gifting your beloved ppl.
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How cool it is that you're putting so much thought into your Christmas gifts for your kids. I'd add a name necklace, it's always great to add something special.
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