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"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
Youza. My car cost less.Isn't that like the one Jerry M had in a video?
What do you like about the free float tube? I'm just curious if your preference is for that configuration, and if so why, since I'm trying to decide if I want to veer away from Mark LaRue's goodness.
http://marchscopes.com/tactical-1-10-x-24.htmlIf you won a big lottery...
No no no no no! The Dream Optic (note caps denoting seriousness) is a AF-S Nikkor 400/2.8G ED VRII lens. (Maybe I should be lusting after an Olympus 90-250/2.8 ED Zuiko since I finally bailed from Nikon DX to micro 4/3. I was a bitter clinger to the mythical D400 but finally gave up.)But either would be kind of awkward on an AR, so I must defer to your choice of the Leupold. ITAR PRODUCT! By adding to cart, I confirm that I am U.S. Person ...Kinda ironic that the statement attesting to the buyer's US-ness sounds like something from a non-native speaker, eh?
So, what is the special sauce that makes this work 3K?
I already asked Santa for a 1911, but I could change my mind.That's just too pretty to pass up. And the photo is a win!
If I won the lottery, you'd be one of my firearms purchasing consultants.
A scope so good that it's ITAR restricted? Holy crap! That's awesome.
TJIC: Anything gun related that cost over $100 is ITAR restricted.More vendors are putting these notices up after an online vendor got stepped on for selling that nordic schoolkid shooting nutter his magazines.( I'm not using his name. Active Shooter nutters really do need an an anonymous death followed by flushing the ashes down the Coroners office toilet )
Yummy. What a combo.
Is it my imagination? or are most "tactical" or "AR" scopes big game African scopes refitted with a mil dot instead of a German #4?
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