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Old 03-24-2013, 08:18 PM   #21
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I'm sure they're not stamping the wrong twist on the new barrel but if buying online and the SKU is the same how do you know what will be in the box you get?
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I absolutely love mine. I have the Nikon p223 3x9x40 scope on it, and I also put a quad rail on it. When i was looking to buy i was a little worried about it not having a forward assist, and a dust cover. After talking to guy at my lgs he had me convinced that it wasn't a big deal. Buy it you won't regret it at all.
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My other option is a bushmaster anyone know anything good or bad about them?
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My other option is a bushmaster anyone know anything good or bad about them?
I picked one up last month and love it. Paid under retail price and think its worth every penny. If you can get past the polymer....i recommend it
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My other option is a bushmaster anyone know anything good or bad about them?
Which Bushamster?
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I'm sure they're not stamping the wrong twist on the new barrel but if buying online and the SKU is the same how do you know what will be in the box you get?
good point. of course, i didn't think of that cause i never buy online.....its just so much more gratifying to walk away with the gun in your hand....
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