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    Default My Second SBR

    Just finished her!
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    Real Nice. I want one!!

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    You suck

    That's really nice as an SBR, I got to shoot one with the long barrel, I really like the feel of that ugly gun
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    It is great! I loved shooting it with the long barrel. I have to go test drive it with the short one now. It gives the weapon a whole different feel.

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    Does it pull up?

    Is it easy to spot and control?

    Especially .45Cal.
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    Especially .45Cal.
    I think you had too much to drink again This is a 5.7, very light recoil.
    If you were asking about the KRISS and just put it in the wrong thread, the one I fired had little to no recoil and I don't think there was much muzzle rise. It was very controllable.
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