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Old 07-12-2013, 05:55 PM   #1
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Just got it today for $895. Buying a Bushnell red dot for it next Thursday and got 80 rounds of ammo for it and a 30 round magazine for it. Came with picitani rails.

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Old 07-12-2013, 10:21 PM   #2
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nice score! you'll have it just in time to defend yourself after zimmerman is found not guilty. i just finished building my own, i couldnt force myself to save up for one, i always ended up buying a different rifle or another pistol or a scope. i bought a little at a time until i had it lol.
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Good deal!!! NIce looking rifle.
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Finally! Congrats.
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Yeah getting a nice red dot for it and it'll be shootable then.
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Oh forgot to ask. Do I have to put the risers on it for to put the red dot on it>
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Oh forgot to ask. Do I have to put the risers on it for to put the red dot on it>
You won't need any risers on yours. The risers just help the red dot line up with or clear the front sight which you don't have.
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You won't need any risers on yours. The risers just help the red dot line up with or clear the front sight which you don't have.
Oh good. Just was wondering.
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If you do want a front sight and cowitness, then you will need a separate riser for the RDS unless it comes with one.
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If you do want a front sight and cowitness, then you will need a separate riser for the RDS unless it comes with one.
My AR15 came with risers. Oh forgot to ask but if I get a Yankee Hill Machining clamp on flip up front sight it would need the risers put on right? Same with a flip up back sight.

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