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Old 09-19-2012, 06:19 PM   #1
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Having only recently gotten into ARs, are there any good part catalogs that I need to get on the mailing list for?

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Old 09-19-2012, 06:32 PM   #2
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The brownells one is pretty nice

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Ah-ha. Didn't know the had one, but should have. I get their 1911 one. I'll go request one.

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Having only recently gotten into ARs, are there any good part catalogs that I need to get on the mailing list for?
All of them..

Midwayusa
Cdnn
Cheaper Than Dirt
Sportsmansguide
Emacs tactical

Just look up PMAGS. Then subscribe to the mailing list because they all have other parts too..

Now that you have an AR, next step is 2 good optics. Red Dot/ Holographic and a mid range scope

Then a timney Trigger Group
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Brownell's is good, but if you want all the fancy stuff you have to sign up individually.

Or I could send you about 20 pounds of AR related "must haves" from my last trip to SHOT. It's RIDICULOUS how much AR stuff I packed out of there.

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Go look around at BCM too.

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Brownell's is good, but if you want all the fancy stuff you have to sign up individually.

Or I could send you about 20 pounds of AR related "must haves" from my last trip to SHOT. It's RIDICULOUS how much AR stuff I packed out of there.
I will take 20 pounds from SHOT. But next year I prefer if you just take me to SHOT.
I live in Vegas.. I will be happy to go. Hell I will even buy lunch each day
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I will take 20 pounds from SHOT. But next year I prefer if you just take me to SHOT.
I live in Vegas.. I will be happy to go. Hell I will even buy lunch each day
Funny you say that, I have actually sponsored a couple of forum members to join me over the years.

I don't know if I am going this year, have vaca planned in late Nov., but I I do I will post about it. Hit me up then.
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Funny you say that, I have actually sponsored a couple of forum members to join me over the years.

I don't know if I am going this year, have vaca planned in late Nov., but I I do I will post about it. Hit me up then.
Awesome!!!

I will take you to CES if your here.
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