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Old 02-16-2012, 02:02 PM   #11
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Check out Larue Tactical they may have what your looking for they make the best quick detach mounts on the market,they will even throw in some BBQ seasoning too with a nice Tactical Armadillo bottle opener

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Old 02-16-2012, 02:23 PM   #12
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Right on! Larue Tactical has never let me down with their products or customer service. And yes, they always throw I cool freebies. (love that dillo dust)

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Right on! Larue Tactical has never let me down with their products or customer service. And yes, they always throw I cool freebies. (love that dillo dust)
I love my Dillo dust
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I love my Dillo dust
Shoot yeah, i use the dillo dust on porkchops all the time. Ive even got a couple of the army-dillard bottle openers
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I remember the first time I received some dillo dust. That stuff was on everything from salads to meat for a month.

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Years ago they also sent a paint mixing kit too

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They still sell it.

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I haven't got one of those in a long time

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I like their t-shirts too. (the ones that say, "God Bless our troops; especially our snipers" with the crosshairs on the back. Awesome company

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American Defense is a tiny bit taller. I suggest a riser. You can go as high as you want.

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