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Old 06-02-2013, 03:11 AM   #11
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Guess I'm still a noob here but what is the lever above the trigger on the right side?
Great looking rifle by the way. Where do you do most of your shooting? I'm out here in Gilbert.
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Old 06-02-2013, 03:21 AM   #12
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Very very nice rifle. What was the total cost of this clone?
Don't wanna think about that yet still enjoying the finished product lol. Nah I don't know exactly yet haven't added everything up because it took so long to get everything together exactly how I wanted it. I would guess upper 2k vicinity tho. I def didn't go cheap
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Guess I'm still a noob here but what is the lever above the trigger on the right side?
Great looking rifle by the way. Where do you do most of your shooting? I'm out here in Gilbert.
that's the Phase 5 Tactical EBR which stands for extended bolt release. It is a handy device for engaging the bolt catch/release with your trigger finger. Makes clearing malfunctions easier IMO and mainly why I got it. I used to go to Teds Shooting Range but now I only really shoot out in the desert. Shooting steel is more fun to me
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That there sure is purty! Gratz dude! Howz she shoot?
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That there sure is purty! Gratz dude! Howz she shoot?
Thanks bro. She shoots as straight as I can hold her. Put about 200 rds thu her so far. Some XM196 tracer and cheap Tula. Ate it all up no problems
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Beautiful AR, LaiePoi! I love seeing someone put so much thought in their build and use top quality parts, it's truly rare.

I'm sure Travis would give your "Jack" a thumbs up, I sure do.
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Not sure what you mean sir by unprotected/protected sights. Please elaborate..
Just ignore him. He's one of those "tactical" mall ninja types.

BTW, the rifle looks great!

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Beautiful AR, LaiePoi! I love seeing someone put so much thought in their build and use top quality parts, it's truly rare.

I'm sure Travis would give your "Jack" a thumbs up, I sure do.
Haha thanks brother
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Just ignore him. He's one of those "tactical" mall ninja types.

BTW, the rifle looks great!
Lol will do
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BTW I think you made the right choice with dark bronze instead of burnt bronze. That dark bronze looks badass!!!
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