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Old 08-27-2012, 02:11 AM   #1
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I'm thinking of getting this gun and, ya its pretty ugly but I know I can customize it to look a lot better it'll be a little project. My only concern is, can I take off the top part I think its a carry handle?

Here's a forum that has a picture....(I don't know how to put my own picture)

http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_3_15/513399_MOSSBERG__22LR_TACTICAL___.html

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Old 08-27-2012, 05:09 AM   #2
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doesn't look ugly to me!
my only concern with that gun would be...can i find bigger mags for it?!?

i know nothing about this weapon. so im sorry for posting on your thread. but im looking to get myself a 22. and being a mossberg i bet its quality ;]

to me it doesn't look like that top rail comes off..but you should look into it...but why not just mount a nice red dot on top or something? :P

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And also I found out you can't even switch off the handguard. I think I'm just going to get the mp5 clone instead for like $400.

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And also I found out you can't even switch off the handguard. I think I'm just going to get the mp5 clone instead for like $400.
Have you considered the s&w 22lr version? Its a little pricier but a fantastic gun.

If you dont want to spend the $ on a s&w an mp5 clone sounds fun.
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If its anything over $400 might as well save up to get a 6.5 grendel so that I can hunt with.

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If its anything over $400 might as well save up to get a 6.5 grendel so that I can hunt with.
That would be my suggestion or an ar-10 if you want a hunting gun
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The ar-10 is a bit heavier then the average at-15 and every pound count when your walking miles in the wild.

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The ar-10 is a bit heavier then the average at-15 and every pound count when your walking miles in the wild.
Fair enough. Do you want an AR cause its an ar? Or because its a light weight rifle?
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I got me one of the mossbergs and for $285 I'm not gonna complain. The rails can hold any ar attachment so for the price it's a fun little rifle.

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Fair enough. Do you want an AR cause its an ar? Or because its a light weight rifle?
Both really
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