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Old 11-27-2012, 11:37 PM   #11
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Tacticool BAR?

Just kiding, enjoy.


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Old 11-28-2012, 02:00 AM   #12
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Nice.

Their website doesn't say the weight. Looks really light weight.

Also looks like propitiatory magazines
http://www.fnhusa.com/l/products/commercial/accessories/rifles/fnar-steel-magazines/
9 pounds for the light barrel, 10 pounds for the heavy barrel.


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Nice rifle, but why is this on the AR thread?
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Nice rifle, but why is this on the AR thread?
Come on...it has AR in the name.
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I've been debating getting one myself in the heavy barrel. Have you had a chance to shoot it yet?
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I have a couple of questions...
Are the mags interchangeablewith anything else, such as a FAL?
How is the accuracy?
And how difficult is it to strip (and no, not with a brass pole)?
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I have a couple of questions...
Are the mags interchangeablewith anything else, such as a FAL?
How is the accuracy?
And how difficult is it to strip (and no, not with a brass pole)?
I've heard they are pretty difficult to strip but I have no first hand experience. I don't believe the mags interchange either. Any better input then mine would be appreciated.
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I've been debating getting one myself in the heavy barrel. Have you had a chance to shoot it yet?
Not yet. Been busy working, but can't wait. I adore the trigger though!!!!!
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I've heard they are pretty difficult to strip but I have no first hand experience. I don't believe the mags interchange either. Any better input then mine would be appreciated.
I have the BAR version and it's quite easy to strip and clean, after you've done it a few times..


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