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Old 12-21-2012, 15:59   #33
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Originally Posted by USMCgs3 View Post
Do tell when your life will depend on having a mil-spec ar?

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Everytime it comes out of the trunk of my patrol car on a call. That is when.

Originally Posted by chief63 View Post
Served 30 years and pounded plenty if sand and could care less about mil spec. Works for groupies though.
30 years? So now I'm guessing you are retired and only in need of a range gun or safe queen. Mil-spec would mean nothing. To you. Mil-spec isn't nothing other than the minimum. Personally I prefer something better but I know mil-spec is a high enough standard compared to a lot of cheaper offerings and doesn't cost much more. Some of you forum trolls act like mil-spec is a dirty word when it's nothing more than a minimum some people expect.
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