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Old 04-28-2012, 05:28 PM   #11
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Looks damn good brother
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Looks damn good brother
Thank you my good man. Just ordered an eotech for my AR at the shop at an undisclosed price of course.... Cannot wait! Gonna duracoat that od green I believe. Or just leave it black....I dunno!
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Old 04-28-2012, 05:37 PM   #13
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Thank you my good man. Just ordered an eotech for my AR at the shop at an undisclosed price of course.... Cannot wait! Gonna duracoat that od green I believe. Or just leave it black....I dunno!
Hellz ya, which eotech model did you get?
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Hellz ya, which eotech model did you get?
The ole classic 512. Yea its a little heavier but it's rugged as hell
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The ole classic 512. Yea its a little heavier but it's rugged as hell
Yep, 512 is what i have too.
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Yep, 512 is what i have too.
We can be AR Twinkies®
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Wont bother me one bit :-)
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Looks like a good job. I'm not sure I like those two colors together. Too much contrast for me.
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Looks damn good! I wanna do the same thing to one of mine but in OD and I'm gonna leave the slide stop, safety, mag release etc black. Think that will make it blend a little better
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