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Old 11-20-2012, 12:31 AM   #11
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I may have to go visit Surplus Ammo soon, since I just moved into the state and they aren't that far away.
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:33 AM   #12
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I have a Black Hole barrel. 22" in a free float upper built by J&S out of Olympia WA.

It shoots under 1/2 MOA.

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great price! how'd you get that price! share with us plzzz!
Just go to the surplus ammo site and put a barrel in the "cart" and it will say " you got an upper reciever for free" its a $70 free bee. I'm all over it I might order 2 even.
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:36 AM   #14
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I may have to go visit Surplus Ammo soon, since I just moved into the state and they aren't that far away.
One of two things, leave all your money and credit cards at home, or take them loaded when you go.
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Just go to the surplus ammo site and put a barrel in the "cart" and it will say " you got an upper reciever for free" its a $70 free bee. I'm all over it I might order 2 even.
Sorry its $229 not $220. I just went and checked they still have the free upper promo going on
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One of two things, leave all your money and credit cards at home, or take them loaded when you go.
I say take them as loaded as possible as long as you won't get in too much trouble with the wife lol I know I sure would
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:45 AM   #17
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Just curious, why are you opting for the middy gas and not the rifle?
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Just curious, why are you opting for the middy gas and not the rifle?
I'm not sure I honestly don't know the difference between them. I mean I know the obvious physical differences but I don't know the pros and cons of each. I know I like the look of the middy better. But if you could shine some light and help educate me on the difference I sure would appreciate it. Like I said I'm daisy fresh as far as building but have done plenty of shooting
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The gist of it, the middy gas should cycle a little more reliably. The rifle gas should shoot a little more smoother.
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Ill take reliability any day of the week. I've had firearms break down on me out in the field before. Its a bad way to end the trip. I guess I picked the correct one without knowing it. Thanks for the lesson.
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