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LMAO

 

This dude has some issues.

 

I counted 6 sights and a laser.

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did you guys see the one on AR15.com with all the acogs, and the aimpint. there is jsut some people with entirely too much time on there hands. i thought i had nothing else to do, other than sitting on the comp most of the day, but these guys have me beat BIG TIME. let me try to find the other one, and ill post it.

 

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ok dale, you have this guy beat,.

 

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No, your right somebody with to much time. I got this from a Web ar.15.com i think. They were having a contest to see who could put the most stuff on.- thought you might get a giggle or two.
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I'm still trying to figure out what the fuzzy thing on the stock is. Any ideas?
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the guys gotta be nuts to build a gun like that, so he may very well have killed his cat to make a cheek pad....lol

 

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Originally posted by Dale Clifford Dale Clifford wrote:

I'm still trying to figure out what the fuzzy thing on the stock is. Any ideas?

 

sheepskin cheekrest...of course

"straight pimpin"

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Originally posted by Dale Clifford Dale Clifford wrote:

Ideal for those 30mile treks for a bit of practise. But you've missed this off Dale 

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nice collection there.

 

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does it have a blue tooth operating system?
and heated hand grips?
its a great looking gun
thanks for making me feel bad?
new show on oln
"pimp my gun"
thanks again!
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The M4 and CAR15 were designed to be lighter and fast to get into action but still have sufficient firepower to keep the enemy off of you.(The first M-16s with unstable bullets that tumbled were more lethal than what we have now.)  Well at least the M4's were light even if they didn't keep the enemy off of you. For those of you who haven't had sufficient experience with targets that shoot back please note that military ball ammo does not expand and transfer energy well.   So .223 requires multiple hits on the enemy to incapacitate someone. On the other hand .308  &  30-06 will usually stop the enemy first shot every time.

NOTE:  True battle rifle shown below.

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