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post #1 of 103 (permalink) Old 12-19-2011, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
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My new toy!

I just picked up a STAG ARMS AR-15. complete mil-spec, detachable handle/rear site post, 6 way adjustable stock. it's barreled in 223 and 5.56

I got a killer deal at a bi-monthly gun show

after all taxes, it was $850



i put around 300 rounds through it yesterday. the majority was NATO 5.56, then switched to some 223, and even shot some repacked 223. the rife took all of it without a hitch! zeroing it was easy as well. I didn't have to adjust anything from mechanical zero and I was dead on at 200 meters.

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nice toy Most accurate gun I ever shot was a 22-250 prairie dog rifle. Could shoot a 20-gauge shell off a stick at 250 yds.

Most fun was a .44 mag revolver with a red dot scope. Guy whose gun it was packed his own shells almost at double load. When my Dad and I went to the range everyone else left after the first two shots, too loud I guess, lol...blew a hole the size of two fists out of the back of an antifreeze bottle.

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I figured my 1911 needed some company. They complement each other nicely

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I figured my 1911 needed some company. They complement each other nicely
Yup, all ready for the militia

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i was looking at getting an AR-15, my buddy has one and it was pretty fun to shoot. I like the classic look, good choice.

I have however just purchased my first pistol. S&W MP40. I can't wait till i can get out there and fire it.

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A guy I work with has a bunch of ARs. Its fun listening to him talk about them. Another guy shot a 9"group at a grand a couple weeks ago with a 308ar. I thought it was pretty impressive!!!


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I just picked up a STAG ARMS AR-15. complete mil-spec, detachable handle/rear site post, 6 way adjustable stock. it's barreled in 223 and 5.56

I got a killer deal at a bi-monthly gun show

after all taxes, it was $850



i put around 300 rounds through it yesterday. the majority was NATO 5.56, then switched to some 223, and even shot some repacked 223. the rife took all of it without a hitch! zeroing it was easy as well. I didn't have to adjust anything from mechanical zero and I was dead on at 200 meters.



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i believe i'll be dumping money into this instead of the balt for a while

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i figured my pistol is usually in the car because i usually forget to take it out of the glove box, which leaves me defenseless when my ass is racked out, so why not get something "practical" that i can take out and have some fun with, whilst chasing away soon to be suitors after my daughter

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Go to CDNN.com for extra magazines and ammo from Aimsurplus.com, my fathers a dealer and said you got a good deal, PM me if you need future info or some orders

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