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Old 11-15-2010, 22:53   #11
mjkeat
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[/QUOTE]My brother configured it. He manufactures these rifles for a living, and if it's alright I'll take his input over yours--but your patronizing tone is always welcome. Like nuts dangling from a pickup's bumper or those stick-on fender vents on Chrysler sedans, it helps with figuring out the kinda guy you are.[/QUOTE]


Those things get me every time. How about those brightly colored reflective balls old people have in their front yards?

The rifle is fine. I have a carbine that shoots as smooth as my midlengths. Nothing wrong with a carbine gas system. Theyve been keeping us all safe for years.

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