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Old 10-11-2012, 10:26 PM   #11
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I dont get it they just look awkward and unfinished. A pistol is a pistol and a rifle is a rifle. Just my opinion.
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I dont get it they just look awkward and unfinished. A pistol is a pistol and a rifle is a rifle. Just my opinion.
Thats how it is my friend. At least we all have the choices for having them with or without the paperworks, means with or without the stocks.
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NIIIIICE....lucky $%@$%@56%^@% bastich

don't forget to share the pron!!!!
Daang sure i will!. I will share with the other SBR upper on it too.
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Old 10-11-2012, 10:34 PM   #14
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make one like this!
honey-badger-suppressor.jpg   honey-badger-suppressor.jpg  
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I dont get it they just look awkward and unfinished. A pistol is a pistol and a rifle is a rifle. Just my opinion.
I'd agree, most look unfinished. Mine looks just right, and I can shoot it alot better than my pistols from 15 yards all the way to 100 yards. Hell I've shot steel with it at 200 and 300 yards even! Tried 400 but my eyes aren't the greatest!
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What upper and stock is that? I seen similiar like that on my LGS the other day. Just didnt have the time to ask more info.
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That's the Honey Badger, by AAC. Don't think is for sale to the public, but it sure does look crazy nice.
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It is. Very very nice. I'd love to have the stock.
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there another company, the name escapes me. MJkeat and I were talking about it a while ago, about a bufferless AR system with a side folding stock. Lemme see if I can dig up the info...
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here ya goes

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2012/05/03/law-tactical-ar-15-folding-stock-adapter/

http://www.lawtactical.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=2012001
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