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    Gunco Addicted for life j427x's Avatar
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    looks good! should be a sweet shooter!

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    I hope so and cant wait to shoot it. I think when I do im going to have my cousin shoot his Bushmaster and mine and see how they do compaired to each other. My cousin is great with a rifle always a dead on shot. He has thought of building one but still in the mind frame that Bushmaster is the best of the best and Im not in that one. I think outside the box compaired to my cousins on guns like the ARs or AKs. Thanks everyone.

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    Bushmaster Best of best ?? well after i starting building ar's i had to take apart my bushmaster because every one i put together was way better in every thing to group size to function (and because there was no more room in the safe) The best ones are the ones you build

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    Nice work.

    I'll have to agree with you, the best weapons are those you build yourself. You get to decide what parts go into them. Have you fired your AR15 yet? How did it do?

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    Looks real good if you ask me!!

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    where on earth did you find a $77 lower? Looks good btw

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    Ahhhh! The sweet aroma of sucess! A nice AR indeed. Don't be discouraged by cost of tooling for AKs. You can do it with cheap hand tools, and get outstanding results. We're talking bolt cutter rivet squeezers, bits of steel plate, some punches, maybe a little assistance knockin' the thing apart, a decent commercial receiver & some rivets & bits, but no sweat, really, and lots to learn in the process. Don't wait till there are no kits anywhere anymore, get going and build yourself a true homebuilt AK! Do it now!

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    Looks good

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    Quote Originally Posted by csaws View Post
    where on earth did you find a $77 lower? Looks good btw
    Thats exactly what I was thinking.
    Polish AK 74
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    Looks SWEET
    Polish AK 74
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