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Old 04-03-2012, 12:30 AM   #11
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I have my Stag 2 t for the shtf stuff with my light, laser, chainsaw, can opener, and dental floss....=) just wanted something a hair different than the stock a2 hand guards and had an opportunity to get mid length hand guards cheap but no sweat. Appreciate the info

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Old 04-03-2012, 12:33 AM   #12
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I have my Stag 2 t for the shtf stuff with my light, laser, chainsaw, can opener, and dental floss....=) just wanted something a hair different than the stock a2 hand guards and had an opportunity to get mid length hand guards cheap but no sweat. Appreciate the info

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Hey, you and Ben (I think) should trade MOEs! He had some carbine lengths and wants midlengths I believe.
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Who is Ben? Dont know him nor his tag

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BenLuby but he may have already sold the MOE.

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BenLuby but he may have already sold the MOE.
The carbine length is already in route to it's new home. But thanks for remembering me!
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