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Old 11-12-2008, 07:10 PM   #11
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All of my Colts have spit shells forward or 90º to the right. I had a few old Hydramatics though that have spit them straight at the brass deflector.

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My Century Arms AR-15A2 spits them straight out to the right, about 5 feet from the shooter and in a pretty tight pile. Not like my SKS, which scatters them in a 20 foot, 180 degree arc around the right side of the rifle.

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