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Old 03-13-2009, 07:21 PM   #1
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Default I know how you guys like pictures!!

Hey i got bored so i borrowed the evidence camera and took some pictures.
Ive had my RRA for about 5 months now and i love it, dont get to shoot it much due to the price of 223. The glock and the cold steel are what i carry everywhere i go.

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Old 03-13-2009, 07:22 PM   #2
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Eff me that's SEXY!!..... well, except for some piece of plastic that snuck in there. What's up with that bro?

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Old 03-13-2009, 07:26 PM   #3
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o come on man, it was a freebie (issued) im workin on comming up with the funds for a big bore piece of steel but its gona be a few months before i can work enough overtime to swing the cash necessary for a nice 1911, but until then plastic works everytime, and you can treat it like a rented mule.

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Just messing with you bro - that set up can help hold the lines near me ANYTIME my brother. Nothing wrong with that kit at all.... just saying a 1911 would be a step up.

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Very nice piece. How's the EOTech holding up for you?

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Nice kit, I wish I could swing the cash for an EOTECH. How much did it set you back?

Here's a pic JD might like better. Century Arms AR-15A2 with PPU 55 grain FMJ, RIA 1911 .45 and a cheap knife. It may be a cheap knife but I use it all the time to feild dress dear and it gets the job done.

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That is a good looking kit to Dragunov - Very nice indeed.

We need to free float that handguard before the Space Zombies hit though. Can't have your hands getting burned from the barrel heat.

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the EOTECH is awesome its super durable and i never have to worry about it getting wet or hell even if i get exploded i think IT will be fine. I got it off of cheaper than dirt for about 380 i think, and that was back in October. I originally thought it would make longer range shooting difficult, as the red dot seems like it would cover alot of target real estate but surprisingly it works great. I have shot targets out to 250 yards and it didn't cover the target too much at all. I did go with the cheapest EOTECH they make, but who really needs NV compatibility, God forbid i have to use it in complete darkness i wouldn't have a chance to put on NV anyway. Nothing wrong with cheap knives either i have about 500 of them in various places.

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I like the idea of adding a free float system but that project will have to wait to a later date as I am still currently laid off. I was told the other day by my supervisor that I might be back to work in the next week or so but I won't hold my breath.

I took a pic in which my rifle was lying on it's side but I trashed it and took that one instead cause I thought the 5.56mm rounds in all their shiny glory would be a nice touch.

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Good luck with the call back bro - Here's hoping you get back on the clock quickly...

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