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Old 07-12-2012, 10:37 PM   #1
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If I sold a kidney, and decided to fill my sage ebr stock with the finest most accurate, most durableist components ever presented to man via Prometheus himself that money could by, what would they be, please speak from personal experience with great detail and pictures

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Old 07-13-2012, 12:27 AM   #2
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Well, if you just want to drool a bit (cause you can't buy one of these)......


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M25_sniper_rifle

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Well, if you just want to drool a bit (cause you can't buy one of these)......


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M25_sniper_rifle
on occasion springfield armory releases one or two to the public of pretty much that very gun. rare indeed.
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I would box up said stock, print out an order form, and send it off to Smith Enterprises for a custom Crazy Horse build.

Matt g turned me onto these guys and after handling one of their weapons at SHOT I can definitely say they produce a quality rifle. Alas no trigger time, but they are on my "To Appropriate" list for coming paydays.

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They're actually at the top of my list, what with them being in the great state of Arizona as well, I'm waiting to make the drive to their home office once I have the funds, provided I don't stumble upon someone better, I'm also biased because I've come to know their military builds well :wink:

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I had never heard of them. The M-14/M-21 were never really high on my "like" list - but I have done a ton of reading here from people that use them and got interested in them.

Matt G had the Crazy Horse on a short list and we got into an in-depth discussion about them one night. Matt had experience with them in his military time and he was SUPER big on them.

After meeting a couple of the guys at the show, and handling the weapon, it is impressive. It's not a rifle I would want to hike deep off road into ANYWHERE with it across my back, but I would know when I got to where I was going, it would hit what I was aiming at.

I look forward to your report of where you end up. Please keep us, or at least me, informed.

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