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Old 12-15-2009, 03:37 PM   #21
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Finally motivated myself to drag my butt out of the office and shoot some new pics of my AR as it is currently dressed.

Hope everyone likes.

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Old 12-15-2009, 05:42 PM   #22
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My only so far. DPMS AP-4 with cheapo tru-glo red dot(for now)
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Sorry for the crappy pics....If Id quit buying guns&gear, maybe i could buy a decent camera
Gate,

Again, nothing wrong with that set-up at all. If it works for you, gets you on target when you need it to...nothing else matters I looked at Tru-glo's new red dot the other day at Dick's. I think it sold for $89.95, with 2x & 2.5 MOA dot in red or green. Aimpoint's best is a 2 MOA, and most of the others out there are around 4 or 5 MOA, some higher. Before anyone gets their panties in a bunch, I'm not making a comparison between that Tru-glo and any Aimpoint, just stating that the others are always improving their product. I'll probably pick up one of those new Tru-glo's too.

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victims of the tragic boating accident
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Here's my DPMS. CAA grip and rail under the fore grip, Grip Pod and an Aimpoint Comp ML3 with an Arms throw lever mount spaced for co-witnessing.
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I really like the way those CAA grips look. How are they? Are they worth the price (usually $30). Are they pretty easy to install? Thanks.
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New this year RRA Elite Comp and my 1980 Colt SP-1
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How do you like the forearm on that Elite Comp? Not too fat in the hand is it? I've been looking for something like that, or the Yankee Hill version, to get away from the full railed forearm.

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victims of the tragic boating accident
oh dear...
must have been a terrible loss

where exactly did this boat accident happen?
not going to swim down there and get'em if thats what your thinkin
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oh dear...
must have been a terrible loss

where exactly did this boat accident happen?
not going to swim down there and get'em if thats what your thinkin
LOL...you've got nothing to be envious about, Junho.

You've got a great looking AR and something to be proud of. So what else have you added to the collection lately?

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LOL...you've got nothing to be envious about, Junho.

You've got a great looking AR and something to be proud of. So what else have you added to the collection lately?

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well picked up a VZ24 and cleaned her all up...ammo coming in wednesday and hoping to get a range report in by the weekend
seeing all these AK's on the forum has left me wanting one
and maybe i'll end the battle between AR and AK by just getting both
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I really like the way those CAA grips look. How are they? Are they worth the price (usually $30). Are they pretty easy to install? Thanks.
I like mine so much I ordered one for my SGL21. Alot of people will call them cheap, but they feel fine to me. I've got big hands and long fingers, and the grip fills out my palm alot better. The inserts are rubber too, so if you shoot without gloves it helps. I think I got mine from sportsmansguide for $23.
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