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Old 12-22-2012, 09:19   #10
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Originally Posted by fnfalman View Post
Even if you were to buy a Prancing Pony, it still doesn't mean that you're getting "mil-spec".
Seems like Colts, from a least a certain period, are most often the ones mentioned in the fine print, with "this part fits all mil spec - but not Colt...."

I haven't kept up on AR developments for some time, but I seem to recall special pins and parts made to adapt mil=spec to work with Colts.
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