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Old 06-26-2012, 09:34 PM   #131
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Nice S22 !

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Old 06-26-2012, 09:45 PM   #132
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I've got a Noveske "chainsaw" stripped lower waiting to be outfitted.



It's a cosmetic blem receiver...though the blemish requires good lighting and a magnifying glass to detect, doesn't alter performance...and, you get that cool chainsaw stamp for free!


I'm a little disappointed. I was expecting a actual chainsaw foward of the magwell. Woulda been neat, no need for a bayonet then.....
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Well on full auto your target looks like it was hit with a chainsaw!

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I'm a little disappointed. I was expecting a actual chainsaw foward of the magwell. Woulda been neat, no need for a bayonet then.....
Something tells me that gun would always be shooting way low.
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Not sure if anyone had uploaded Daniel Defense's but here is my Daniel Defense Lower

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Not sure if anyone had uploaded Daniel Defense's but here is my Daniel Defense Lower
Can't remember either but thanks for posting. Nice rifle!
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Holland Gun Works by MEGA


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Troy Defense

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Is Troy Defense as in Troy Industries?

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Is Troy Defense as in Troy Industries?
yes it is ........
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