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Old 12-30-2011, 10:48 PM   #21
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I think it should be a requirement to give a background on your shooting habits when saying things such as, "I've had ____ for two years and it's been flawless." A round count is good but doesn't tell much about the reliability of an AR. I can say I have 2k flawless rounds out of a certain rifle but in what manner were those rounds fired. 2k over a weekend in an operators carbine course is a lot different then 2k over a year, month, or even a week.

Pure, I think you will be happy w/ the PSA. I'm about to get one myself but can't decide b/w a replica of the M4 I had in the Army or the SS.
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Someone from PSA finally emailed me back today , 1-2 months out on the pistol barrels but im gonna wait .
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pssssst, get a Noveske....I herd on the intranets they are quenched with the tears of virgin......
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Someone from PSA finally emailed me back today , 1-2 months out on the pistol barrels but im gonna wait .
Do you really want an AR pistol? I thought I did at one point until I spent $1300 on a Noveske upper and tried it out for myself. I felt like one of those hip firing idiots I always want to throw rocks at.

Not trying to change your mind but want to make sure you are sure before you spend your money.

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hrm.........unobtanium for sure. :P
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hrm.........unobtanium for sure. :P
Where do you think it all goes if the lab rejects it

Looks like I need to use that word more often so I can spell it correctly lol
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I have done a 180 flip flop I shot my buddies 9" today and I can honestly say I really didnt like it enough to buy one and Im glad he got it out and let me shoot it before I plopped down the $$$$ , I dont know if it was my ape like arms that made it feel akward and uncomfortable or not being used to the pistol type buffer tube . Regardless, I didnt shoot it well either, Its just a whole different animal , So I shopping for a rifle upper since I already have a nice scope and mount to put on the top of it and I want to another one a little different than my current M4 .
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PSA has a nice 20" kit.
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I have done a 180 flip flop I shot my buddies 9" today and I can honestly say I really didnt like it enough to buy one and Im glad he got it out and let me shoot it before I plopped down the $$$$ , I dont know if it was my ape like arms that made it feel akward and uncomfortable or not being used to the pistol type buffer tube . Regardless, I didnt shoot it well either, Its just a whole different animal , So I shopping for a rifle upper since I already have a nice scope and mount to put on the top of it and I want to another one a little different than my current M4 .
Whaddaya, think we've been trying to tell you that this whole thread, PH!

J/K, some people like AR pistols, it's just something I can't wrap my head around. I'd much rather have a true defensive pistol and carbine, not something in between that falls short on both ends.
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Whaddaya, think we've been trying to tell you that this whole thread, PH!

J/K, some people like AR pistols, it's just something I can't wrap my head around. I'd much rather have a true defensive pistol and carbine, not something in between that falls short on both ends.
I think I'm going to copy your MOE in black another 16". I really don't want a longer barrel , if I need to have longer range accuracy I will get my savage out
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