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Old 07-21-2013, 06:17 PM   #11
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That is so bad ass.



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Old 07-21-2013, 06:25 PM   #12
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Beautiful. I'm jealous.



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Interesting free float tube, is it comfortable to grip ?

Does it remain flat on shooting bags at the bench ?
I have not shot it yet, but the bottom of the float tube is flat. I would think it would lay flat.
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hey, whats your opinion on those sights? ive been looking heavily at them but i dont know if its worth it. I love the idea of them.
I like how easy it is to snap in and have a quicker sight alignment and sight picture. I have not shot through them yet, but I can hopefully do a review and range report on her when I can get to the range
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I like how easy it is to snap in and have a quicker sight alignment and sight picture. I have not shot through them yet, but I can hopefully do a review and range report on her when I can get to the range
I would REALLY like to get an honest opinion on them. Please keep us (me mostly ) updated on it.
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I would REALLY like to get an honest opinion on them. Please keep us (me mostly ) updated on it.
No problem, I'm not going to keep the rail if it doesn't feel good. Just holding it feels nice , of course that can change once firing in different positions. I plan on keeping this build as is, no optics, no add ons. So it should not change the balance and ergonomics .


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