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Cavalry Arms strikes again....

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by PTK, Mar 20, 2008.

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  1. PTK

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    Hey, at least my girlfriend loves AR-15s, now, right? That's gotta be worth something!


    In all seriousness, this is my support for CavArms, I purchased some purple (they call it purple anyway) furniture from them. I figure every dollar helps out.
     

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  2. Coronach

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    Hahahaha!

    I'm considering getting a pink cav arms poly lower for my daughter. I mean, you can't start 'em too young, right?

    (She's 9 months old :D )

    Mike
     
  3. PTK

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    You can NEVER start too young! Plus, CavArms does need our support after what the BATFE did to them. Besides, funny colored ARs are fun!
     
  4. PercyShelley

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    Aren't there pink anodized receivers now?
     
  5. PTK

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    My girlfriend likes the black on purple look. Her gun, her call. At least she likes AR-15s now. I just need to keep telling myself that! :D

    Before I forget - this is CavArm's version of "purple". Pink is REALLY pink.
     
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    I have a set of pink furniture in a box that's going to be used on a 20" flattop build for my wife.
     
  7. LegalAlien

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    Not to hijack the thread, but worthwhile relating this comment from my GF.

    background- she is from NY . . . not totally pro-gun yet, but also understands my reasoning for having 1(or more) to protect all of us in the house.

    now - I recently show her a pic of a pink AR . .. and her response was . . . . .

    "WHAT?????????. . . a pink gun??? . . . . NOW WAY!!! . . .they should be big and black!!!. . .

    There is hope for us :D

    PS . . . one of these days I will get her to go shooting a "BIG BLACK" gun!!!!
     
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    I just wish that we could own Evil Black Rifles (tm) here in Sweden.
    I understand that your freedoms are under constant siege, bbut that is still better than them being run over and ground beneath the governments heels as they are here.
     
  9. PercyShelley

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    Care to elaborate more sprithitler? I would like to know more about Swedish gun laws.
     
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    How good is the calvary arms polymer lower receiver and how much weight does it reduce? Intriqued by the idea but also wondering why no one else makes a polymer lower.
     
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    I bought a set of furniture from Cav Arms myself, for the same reason. But I got Coyote Brown...:)

    Good quality stuff.

    How do you like the A1 buttstock? I got the C4 buttstock, but I actually prefer solid to collapsing. I just didn't have a collapsible stock, so I figured I ought to get one. I'm considering the A1 for another lower build; can you really tell it from an A2?
     
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    Spike's Tactical Lower
    Bushmaster 20" Gov't A4 Upper with 1:7" twist
     
  13. George Hill

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    Reminds me of a certain Atari game.
     
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