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Old 05-27-2012, 01:06 AM   #1
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Anyone have any experience firing a RJF AR?

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Old 05-27-2012, 01:10 AM   #2
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Even if it was a decent AR I wouldn't support that group of idiots.

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I never met them and wouldn't care if I did. I'm just curious about the hardware.

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I was unfortunate enough to purchase their Katana AR.

It has some definite good points, but it FEELS CHEAP. VERY CHEAP.

Too lightweight, it's jammed a few times.

TOO EXPENSIVE for what I got. I feel like I bought a damn Mattel toy.

ANYONE WANNA BUY AN RJF KATANA AR??

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I was unfortunate enough to purchase their Katana AR.

It has some definite good points, but it FEELS CHEAP. VERY CHEAP.

Too lightweight, it's jammed a few times.

TOO EXPENSIVE for what I got. I feel like I bought a damn Mattel toy.

ANYONE WANNA BUY AN RJF KATANA AR??
$5 make me holla.....
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$5 make me holla.....


HAHAHAHAHA......

I'd sell it for a loss of $100 just to get rid of the baby rifle..... But not for $5 bucks!
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Ran across one at the range guy was so proud of it. My opinion junk. Staking on the bcg looked like a child with a rubber mallet did it. I would say dpms makes a better gun.

For the price you could get a colt or bcm AND an aimpoint or acog

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Ran across one at the range guy was so proud of it. My opinion junk. Staking on the bcg looked like a child with a rubber mallet did it. I would say dpms makes a better gun.

For the price you could get a colt or bcm AND an aimpoint or acog
Exactly! Haha
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