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Old 12-21-2012, 06:37   #9
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Originally Posted by Big Bird View Post
No its not. Auto sear?

Its something other than Milspec. If it were Milspec it would be marked M4... Not LEO 6920 BS
You do know that Colt is labeling their rifles "M4" now, don't you? LE6920 is long gone.

Still, dosen't mean anything.

Just to properly answer the OP's question, no "Mil Spec" doesn't mean anything to most panic buyers right at this very moment. It does to other folks, but those folks pretty much already have their ARs.
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