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Old 07-14-2012, 09:56 PM   #31
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Thanks for the info, X!

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sweet little pistol you got there X! Love your red raddlock.

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For those who seen the Troy's at Dick's. How many do they have in stores?

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For those who seen the Troy's at Dick's. How many do they have in stores?
Ours has 3
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I called my local Dicks. They have 2 now and $1100 + tax each

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Old 07-15-2012, 05:23 AM   #36
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I called my local Dicks. They have 2 now and $1100 + tax each
Donk! Don't go over there, leave your CC at home! You must... resist...
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Y? They are like costco who dislike concealed carry? I'm not going there.. not even interested of that rifle. Long rail and modular design not my cup of tea, unfortunately.

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I thought you were going to run over there and buy another AR!

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New to the site and new to the AR. Saw this rifle at dicks here in Texas and looked like a killer deal for the money. I was dead set on a stag because of the 850 dollar price point. But the stag is a stock flat top no sights. Hell the Troy sights on the other rifle would cost me. A couple hundred bucks not to mention the rail and stock. I figure to buy the Troy and a couple mags and rock an roll. does anyone else have any more info on this rifle or maybe any other advice for a first AR purchase? 1099 is tough to beat.

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