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Old 02-13-2012, 02:29 AM   #1
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Default Bushmaster ACR Vs. FN SCAR light

Im going with the SCAR,the ACR seems heavy and bulky I've fired both weapons and I was pleased with the SCAR overall



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Why not go w/ a Noveske like their Thunder Ranch?



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Oh I always go with Noveske
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Definitely the scar

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Oh I always go with Noveske
Sounds good.

I'm kinda confused to the point of this thread. I'm bored and will talk it up w/ you but need a topic .
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Out of those two options FN SCAR indefinately, as the BM ACR seems to have been plagued from the start. Now if a solid company came out with a civi version of the ACR that's true to the original concept, i'd have to give it to the ACR *sigh* i'll keep dreaming and waiting i guess

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I wish the scar was legal in new York state.

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Im going with the SCAR,the ACR seems heavy and bulky I've fired both weapons and I was pleased with the SCAR overall
Great move and CONGRATS! I'm very pleased with both SCAR 16S and 17S.

Lightweight firearms and the gas piston systems are very robust and well tested. Maintenance is very simple, the BCG is very clean compared to my buddies even when I fire more rounds through the SCARs.


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