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Old 05-24-2012, 06:13 PM   #11
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I'd be all over that SCAR if they were more reasonably priced, I'd give maybe $1,500, $2,500 is outrageous.
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I want to start a newbuild. I think an FN lower would be pretty cool. A magpul lower would be even cooler.
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I want to start a newbuild. I think an FN lower would be pretty cool. A magpul lower would be even cooler.
I want one made by Ford.
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I want one made by Ford.
If I had one I would definitely use it lol. I bet no one else at the range would have one!
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Trying to get a job at the Ford Super duty plant, if I get on, I'll run it by them.
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Didn't know about that one either. Probably not the best name choice from FN when their contract prevents them from selling an AR commercially.
I believe it is based upon FN Automatic Rifle, thus replacing the Browning with FN, and not using the traditional AR term.
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Didn't know about that one either. Probably not the best name choice from FN when their contract prevents them from selling an AR commercially.
I believe it is based upon FN Automatic Rifle, thus replacing the Browning with FN, and not using the traditional AR term.
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I just purchased a fn upper, well that's what the friendly dealer said it was
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I just purchased a fn upper, well that's what the friendly dealer said it was
Off an M16?
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Off an M16?
I do t think it was m16, it was stripped at the time of purchase. It has a square as a forge marking though... I don't know if that has any relevance.
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