Whatever you do, DO NOT put fully automatic or burst-fire fire control parts into those RS lowers. If they are serial numbered, then they are weapons, no matter if they are completed with RS parts or not. DON'T BE AN IDIOT.
I'm using my lower receiver not RS.
the only RS parts I'm going to be using is the
trigger, sear,mag catch, and the trigger and hammer spring, anything else would compromise full auto. again I'm not using a RS lower receiver, the lower receiver I'm using is airsoft.
this isn't a RS discussion I only mentioned using simple parts to increase durability and let you guys know the cheap parts are temporary,
what I'm doing is totally legal and has nothing to do with converting airsoft to a firearm or using a RS lower reciever.
now lets stop discussing this before the thread gets locked and I get banned.
Oh I see, cant believe I missed that lol. Although heating metal to hundreds, maybe thousands of degrees Celsius still sounds kind of dangerous lol.
not unless you touch it
the melting temp for most steel is 1370 degrees C or (2500°F),
the glowing temperature is less than half that.
the china parts are cnc steel and feel quite nice, I decided not to heat treat and use them how they are until they break or until I get better parts.
thanks for the replies.