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Old 12-08-2011, 02:28 PM   #91
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Posting this here for posterity

Probably one of the rarest, and most expensive non auto rollmarks.





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Picked this up after class. I think it's a "another semester bites the dust" gift.



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Alright, I can't help but jump in here.
I picked these up a while ago while they were on sale.

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Alright, I can't help but jump in here.
I picked these up a while ago while they were on sale.
Now what . Get to work assembling those rifles.
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MJ! Great lower! I hate you too!

Daniel Defense and now Noveske, you can't do much better. Of course now you have to buy an upper to match.

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MJ! Great lower! I hate you too!

Daniel Defense and now Noveske, you can't do much better. Of course now you have to buy an upper to match.
Thanks Q.

Nope no plans for a new upper at this time. I'm really trying to stop buying AR stuff. Well i do need a couple pins and springs for the .22 lower.
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... I'm really trying to stop buying AR stuff...
Same here, I'm in good shape with two complete ARs and a dedicated .22LR verision. I also have a complete lower without an upper but no rush, when the right deal comes along I'll know.
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The few I have are everything I need and more yet I always have that urge to own more. It's becoming a pain in the butt (lots of gear) and quite the attention getting spectacle when I start pulling them out at the range.

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Yeah at one time I had a couple dozen guns but that was before the horrible boating accident.

Honestly I don't know how any sane person can NOT average a gun a year - so by the time you hit middle age you need a big safe!
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