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Old 06-04-2010, 07:03 PM   #101
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Was just doing some looking around after reading the range report on the Lancer L5 mags. Found the 30 round L5 for $11.95. Looks like a good deal to me.
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I have 3 of them and love em as much as my Pmags. I wouldn't say more as both have advantages.
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Old 06-13-2010, 09:08 AM   #102
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Anyone got some personal recommendations on grips, as well as vertical fore-grips???
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Everybody likes Hogue, but I'm less fond of them. I really like the cheapy ATI ergonomic pistol grips, as does my wife. It fits the hand well, and is comfortable. For foregrips, I recommend the Magpul AFG, personally. I prefer the angled grip for standing shooting.
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Old 06-13-2010, 03:28 PM   #104
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I have the CAA G27 grip on one AR and the Magpul MIAD on the other, and I like them both.
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Anyone got some personal recommendations on grips, as well as vertical fore-grips???
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Grips are almost like buying shoes. They all fit people differently. But the most comfortable ones I've tried and really like are the Ergo Grips. Specially if you get the Suregrip models.

Hogue makes a good grip, and the Magpul MOE grips are a great buy, too. But the ERGO and the Hogue grips are probably the most comfortable in the hands.

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How's that build coming?

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Grips are almost like buying shoes. They all fit people differently. But the most comfortable ones I've tried and really like are the Ergo Grips. Specially if you get the Suregrip models.

Hogue makes a good grip, and the Magpul MOE grips are a great buy, too. But the ERGO and the Hogue grips are probably the most comfortable in the hands.

Rainier Arms - Pistol Grips

How's that build coming?

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Yeah after looking around I figured as much Slo. Build has been going good, gonna be hitting up the Gun/Knife Show in Portland this weekend and next time get I get a chance to go up, put together the upper and lower. Overall it's been a great experience, I just can't wait to get it to the range!
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Just got back from the gun show today at the Expo Center. Was really great getting to see a bunch of different things there. Ended up picking up an ammo can of 500 rounds of .223 Wolf for $105. So it was a good day.
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Just got back from the gun show today at the Expo Center. Was really great getting to see a bunch of different things there. Ended up picking up an ammo can of 500 rounds of .223 Wolf for $105. So it was a good day.
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Secondly, you want to dispel the notion that the AR is a machine gun, which it is NOT and which are highly illegal in this country!

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Whoa, where are "machine guns" illegal?
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Whoa, where are "machine guns" illegal?
Anywhere you forget to bring your handy tax stamped paper work with your fully auto weapon. If tax stamp = present and accounted for, then you may pass go fer paying yer 200 bucks. If tax stamp = not present, do not pass go, proceed directly to jail.
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