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Old 01-14-2012, 03:13 PM   #791
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I thought the multi cam was new? No?

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Or were you just being a d..k?
I believe multi cam started showing up around 06' but wasn't sure.
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I believe multi cam started showing up around 06' but wasn't sure.
You're probably right...I have a friend who is always talking about the "new" multi-cam...I'm not really a hunter much anymore, so I don't follow the Camo stuff anymore. That's where I got that it was new.
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You're probably right...I have a friend who is always talking about the "new" multi-cam...I'm not really a hunter much anymore, so I don't follow the Camo stuff anymore. That's where I got that it was new.
Multi Cam was made for the Army by Crye I believe. It is actually very functional. I'll find some pics.


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Multi Cam was made for the Army by Crye I believe. It is actually very functional. I'll find some pics.

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Man, how do you like that " BAD" lever...what kind of functionality advantage does it offer?
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Man, how do you like that " BAD" lever...what kind of functionality advantage does it offer?
I have a BAD on all but the .22 and .300BLK. You might want to read up on it a little though, some don't like it very much.
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Yeah...almost double. I'll try to find the receipts to see exactly how much more. But keep in mind, it came "factory" with a free float quad, Troy battlesights, med contour hammer forged bbl, magpul grip, and what was at the time the newest VLTOR E-mod buttstock. And I'm pretty sure everything meets or exceeds mil-spec, but don't hold me to that.

WAY more rifle than I hope to ever need, but hey...I really don't "need" an AR at all. But that ain't the point, either
Sounds like a great system. You have pics? And we NEED our AK's and AR's and all our other rifles and sidearms so we never "need" them at all.
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Sounds like a great system. You have pics? And we NEED our AK's and AR's and all our other rifles and sidearms so we never "need" them at all.


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And you are right...I DO need them
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Nice rifle Chandler but those rail covers are far from worthy. Try Rainier Arms, LLC™ | Browse | Accessories | Magpul Ladder Style Rail Protector they are much thinner and IMO will look very nice on your LWRC.

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Nice rifle Chandler but those rail covers are far from worthy. Try Rainier Arms, LLC™ | Browse | Accessories | Magpul Ladder Style Rail Protector they are much thinner and IMO will look very nice on your LWRC.

Rainier Arms, LLC™ | Browse | Accessories | Magpul Ladder Style Rail Protector
Yeah...gun show "cheapies". Mainly bought them because they were small and I could install/uninstall the foregrips, light mount, bipod, etc., and still have most of the rail covered. I have some of the ladder style that came with my DD AR10 rail cut down, but they leave a lot exposed still.

Cool! Thanks MJ...I'll check 'em out.
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Last years builds. Sold the one on top to a friend of mine. The one on the bottom is mine. Both made from stripped Anvil Arms multi-cal lower receivers and Del-Ton rifle kits. I have about 800 rds through mine and my buddy has put around 2500 through his. Only problems have been with the cmmg 22lr. conversion kits when using soft point plinkers.

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