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Old 10-07-2009, 1:02 AM
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I finally completed a rifle. Here is my dog guarding my Beowulf 16" on its temporary home. I plan to mount it on a different lower with a UBR once i have the cash. The thing is pretty heavy and definitely biased towards the nose with the light collapsible stock. No ammo yet, so you all will have to wait for the range report.
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Old 10-07-2009, 1:41 AM
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I sure like mine. It's a hit at the range.
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Old 10-07-2009, 2:20 AM
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I love .50 Beowulf. Cute pup too.
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Old 10-07-2009, 3:10 AM
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Love the Beowulf, hope you enjoy it. I'm sure your ciropractor will appreciate the business as well.

What breed is your dog?
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is that a Shiba?

if it is a Shiba, they look just like that full grown.
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Old 10-07-2009, 3:32 AM
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Nice build! I love my Shiba too! Great dogs aren't they?
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that thing is going to have a heck of a kick to it!

I really enjoyed the different report the beowolf gives compaired to other AR calibers not something you would expect out of that platform.
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She is a Shiba Inu, six years old and a very ferocious hunter of rabbits.
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Nice lookin rifle! I would love to shoot that. How is the recoil on it? I have heard people say that it kicks pretty good. How is ammo availability?

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Nice rifle, haha it looks like it scared the **** out of your dog
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LOVED my Beo...sold it to fund a divorce. Then ammo became impossible to find. Glad I did it when I did, but plan on getting another once (if) the ammo becomes common again.
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I like the Beowulf though after shooting one wasn't sure I'd want to shoot it on a regular basis, I'd sure as hell get the muzzle brake if I got one. I think it'd be ideal for blasting hogs and defending against unfriendly bears....
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Your pup does not look happy.

I love my Beowulf. Ammo availability is sporadic at best.
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IMHO, Wulf is the sexiest upper for the AR-15. However, due to lack of ammo, I sold mine, and settle the addiction with a Saiga-12.
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Your pup does not look happy.

I love my Beowulf. Ammo availability is sporadic at best.
She was napping and I woke her up for the picture. Poor thing.
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I was tearing apart pumpkins and tree stumps this weekend with my Beowulf
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Tearing apart tree stumps and pumpkins sounds awesome. I can't wait until I get some darn ammo.
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I found brass easier to get than ammo. I was lucky and got a back order of brass filled from Alexander Arms a few months ago. I have yet to receive any ammo that I ordered back in March. Cabelas finally cancelled my orders, I still have 3 on b/o with Midway, and 2 on b/o with Alexander Arms. I would have to say that ammo is still a big problem. Starline will be selling brass direct soon and you won't have to wait on AA to get it.

Great fun to shoot. If you're skinny like me you may want to take along some padding for your shoulder. I'm good for about 10 rounds of the 400 grainers without any padding before my shoulder is killing me.
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Great fun to shoot. If you're skinny like me you may want to take along some padding for your shoulder. I'm good for about 10 rounds of the 400 grainers without any padding before my shoulder is killing me.
I'm 6'2" 250 pound and I still need a padded stock. Gives a nice raspberry to your should. Great fun.
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