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Old 04-12-2011, 11:30 PM   #11
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Well from the looks of things you got yourself a throw back, a long range tack driver, an all around betty and the bone stock carbine.


How's about turning it into a CQB rifle replete with 9" barrel and a suppressor?
That gives me a boner just the think about it then it goes away when I think about how much that will cost. Not to mention the FBI and BATF and who ever else wants to crawl up my a$$ for 4 to 6 months before I can even lay my hands on the toy. I would qualify hands down, jus not sure I wanna completely give up my search and seizure rights.

I will go class III some day, just not ready yet
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Old 04-13-2011, 12:29 AM   #12
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Nice collection you have going there.. I would say prob a quad rail, a bright white light for home defense/ room clearing and maybe a sling.
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Old 04-13-2011, 03:15 AM   #13
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I'd probably just throw a nice red dot or acog up top of the carrying handle, zero it in and call it a day. Looks like you already got a couple of nicely modded rifles might as well keep one nice and simple IMHO

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Old 04-13-2011, 02:45 PM   #14
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It is #4, Back eft, M4 Kind of wanna be. Has an A3 flat top with a removable carry handle.
I was giving you crap. I wish we could own M4s. Well for a reasonable price anyway. 15k< is a lot of cash.
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Old 04-13-2011, 03:43 PM   #15
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I was giving you crap. I wish we could own M4s. Well for a reasonable price anyway. 15k< is a lot of cash.
15K?!?!?!?! is that for a NFA M4?

This is just an M4 wanna be, semi 5.56 Nato
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15K?!?!?!?! is that for a NFA M4?

This is just an M4 wanna be, semi 5.56 Nato
Yes. Ive never come across a select fire M4 for less than that.

I know. Thats why I was giving you crap. You called your AR an M4.

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Old 04-13-2011, 04:53 PM   #17
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Yes. Ive never come across a select fire M4 for less than that.

I know. Thats why I was giving you crap. You called your AR an M4.
I know, it's an M4 wannabe. That is a cheap M4, 15K, friend of mine just dropped 16K on a retired PD M16 A2 with a collapsible stock. Is his 10th or 12th stamp so it only took a few weeks to transfer.

Thats another reason why I don't need to drop that kind of cash, I know where I can get my hands on one or two or three... to play with without having uncle sam pay me a visit.
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Old 04-13-2011, 09:42 PM   #18
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Thats why I was giving you crap. You called your AR an M4.
If you wana break it down a AR-15 refers only to a colt M4, they are called m4's not AR-15's. so if you say you want a bush master AR-15 i will tell you there is no such thing because it is a bushmster M4. Just like a civi AK-47 is still called a AK-47 a civi M4 is still called a M4. A AR-15 is a brand of M4 by Colt.


"The trademark "AR15" or "AR-15" is registered to Colt Industries, which maintains that the term should only be used to refer to their products. Other AR-15 manufacturers make AR-15 clones marketed under separate designations"

But im just giving you crap. :-P
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I could be wrong but I was under the impression that the AR of AR-15 and AR-10... goes all the way back to Eugene Stoner and Armalite and the original designation of the rifle. When the US military got involved it became the M16 with the A1, A2 A3 and so forth designations. Colt may have trade marked it but the original names go back the Eugene and the Armalite guys.

WHATEVER, I have a AR-15/M4 Clone, What to do with it now.....?
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If you wana break it down a AR-15 refers only to a colt M4, they are called m4's not AR-15's. so if you say you want a bush master AR-15 i will tell you there is no such thing because it is a bushmster M4. Just like a civi AK-47 is still called a AK-47 a civi M4 is still called a M4. A AR-15 is a brand of M4 by Colt.


"The trademark "AR15" or "AR-15" is registered to Colt Industries, which maintains that the term should only be used to refer to their products. Other AR-15 manufacturers make AR-15 clones marketed under separate designations"

But im just giving you crap. :-P
You while typing the above, "Im going to show him!"

AR did not originate from Colt
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