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Old 06-08-2012, 05:02 PM   #1
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Palmetto 16" Vanadium Machine
Gun Upper
Spikes Spider Lower
ALG Mill Spec Trigger
Magpul BUS
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Old 06-08-2012, 05:04 PM   #2
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Very nice!!!, There is just something I like about the middys with the standard handguards that I dont care for on the rifle and carbine length guns .
So whats next ?
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Maybe its just an illusion , but it appears as though your hand guard tapers to the rear. If it's perfectly cylindrical that would explain it. Or is it on backwards? Also can you effectively use that rear sight with it so far forward. My old ass eyes would see the whole thing a s big fuzzy splotch that far away.

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KISS middy, very nice, how much was the entire build with your super sexy trigger?
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Very nice!!!, There is just something I like about the middys with the standard handguards that I dont care for on the rifle and carbine length guns .
So whats next ?
I think he only needs a 18" spr, 20" pencil, 20" 6.5 grendel, and a SBR 300 aac blackout and then he's done.
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Maybe its just an illusion , but it appears as though your hand guard tapers to the rear. If it's perfectly cylindrical that would explain it. Or is it on backwards? Also can you effectively use that rear sight with it so far forward. My old ass eyes would see the whole thing a s big fuzzy splotch that far away.

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It's all good thx but I put sights where when down not in way of charging handle
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Cost in gun $827
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palmetto 16" vanadium machine
gun upper
spikes spider lower
alg mill spec trigger
magpul bus
Nice! Nice!
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Soooo nice! And that's a great price for a quality build, thumbs up!
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