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Old 05-31-2011, 2:12 PM
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dude, were you at angeles last friday breaking in a new barrel?

me a guy there w/that exact same setup
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Old 06-01-2011, 9:16 PM
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What's the shovel for?
the range i shoot at requires shooters to bring a fire extinguisher and a shovel during the dry season. it's good practice anywhere you shoot where a fire can flare up anyway.

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...or that. hahaha
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Old 06-01-2011, 10:07 PM
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Finally after some time, put these two together. Both built on Vltor VIS rails with Noveske Barrels and Y/M BCG's. I call them Big Brother and Small brother ...Props goes out to Globeflyer and a few calgunners for supplying me with all the AR parts.
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the range i shoot at requires shooters to bring a fire extinguisher and a shovel during the dry season. it's good practice anywhere you shoot where a fire can flare up anyway.



...or that. hahaha
I thought you were joking with that picture. If anybody would know how it would be the Coroner.

Nice rifle, truck and shovel.

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Old 06-02-2011, 9:10 AM
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i found a more useful use for my bike rack!

i have the same rack
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stag arms 2ht with spikes bar rail.

aero precision ar pistol.
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Been a while...

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f2.8 @ about 200mm zoom?
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f2.8 @ about 200mm zoom?
Camera: Nikon D90
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Camera: Nikon D90
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I'm jealous..... when I divorced in March, my ex kept the D3, and ALL the lenses. So, I have been reduced to a P7000, which has awsome manual controls for what it is.
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I'm jealous..... when I divorced in March, my ex kept the D3, and ALL the lenses. So, I have been reduced to a P7000, which has awsome manual controls for what it is.
That's horrible!
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f2.8 @ about 200mm zoom?
Arteel is correct, the Flickr photo information can be helpful.

BCM 14.5 mid-length lightweight with URX III and BC 1.5


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Arteel is correct, the Flickr photo information can be helpful.

BCM 14.5 mid-length lightweight with URX III and BC 1.5

beautiful. do you have any trouble feeding 62gr. ammo? Mine doesn't like Tula 62gr but can eat M855
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beautiful. do you have any trouble feeding 62gr. ammo? Mine doesn't like Tula 62gr but can eat M855
I personally never run Tula, so I couldn't answer that. The gun is still new so I don't have too many rounds through it... That said, I have put about 500 rounds of 55gr PMC through it without a single issue. The PMC is pretty low powered, so I would think that you should be G2G with the 62gr.

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Cleaning day...broke out the current collection for some TLC and decided to take picture. Sadly it is getting rather thin. Scaled back a lot lately. Used to be a lot more firearms to clean.

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Dirty Rifle.. after 1000 rounds....

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Cleaning day...broke out the current collection for some TLC and decided to take picture. Sadly it is getting rather thin. Scaled back a lot lately. Used to be a lot more firearms to clean.

Looks like a pawn shop.......LOL..
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I personally never run Tula, so I couldn't answer that. The gun is still new so I don't have too many rounds through it... That said, I have put about 500 rounds of 55gr PMC through it without a single issue. The PMC is pretty low powered, so I would think that you should be G2G with the 62gr.

Is that Wall-E ?
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Dirty Rifle.. after 1000 rounds....

Looks pretty clean compared to the rifle below.

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Larue PreadatAR 5.56 16"
Hogue Grip
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T-1 in LT660
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DD Lower
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DD 14.5 Midlength Barrel
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13" VTAC
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Gunfighter MOD 5 CH
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Larue PreadatAR 5.56 16"
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I'm in love!!!

That is a thing of beauty!!!
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you forgot to stipple the butt stock tom..

looks really good..
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That is a thing of beauty!!!
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KISS for now....



Spikes Tactical Lower
RRA LPK
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Stag Arms 1:9 Chrome lined 16" Flat Top with Carry Handle.
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