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Officially AR-15 Equipped

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Dogmatix, Mar 9, 2006.

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  1. Dogmatix

    Dogmatix Member

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    Attention everyone,

    I officially have purchased my first AR-15. I bought a modular carbine with an A3 upper and telescoping lower from bushmaster. It has flip up sights and kicks a$$. I love it. Have only fired 150 rounds through it and am totally pleased. Thanks everyone for your advice and suggestions.

    On another note, wish me luck, I'm going to propose to my girl of almost 3 years next week in GrandForks ND. Two major jumps in 1 month...man...am I in for it :) (dont tell her I said that)

    Thanks all again.


    PS. Anyone in the Bozo area wanna go shooting now...just let me know! :) ;) :D
     
  2. Don't Tread On Me

    Don't Tread On Me Member

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    Wait!


    Buy more guns before you get married, because after that....



    jk



    Congrats, and good luck.
     
  3. MTMilitiaman

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    Go gettem Tiger!

    Nice poodle shooter.

    I guess it makes sense that you would propose to the girl that has you whipped enough to visit her parents in North Dakota for spring break :neener: Good luck and say "hi" to Andi for me.
     
  4. 355sigfan

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    Save up for an Eotech and a good weapon mounted flashlight.
    Pat
     
  5. Tiny in Ohio

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    Congrats on the new gun, and hope all goes well in ND. Get a clause in the wedding vows about guns purchases per year, otherwise they forget about the real pleasures in life!!
     
  6. antarti

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    Better get that (more formal) range report done soon, you won't have time for it later :neener:

    Best of luck, and best wishes on your coming wedding.
     
  7. Don't Tread On Me

    Don't Tread On Me Member

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    The Bushmaster modular carbine is expensive, but it's perfect for people who want to get all those features and capabilities, but without the hassle of sourcing parts and assembling it themselves or paying gunsmiths. Like a one shop stop.


    I've handled one, sharp rifle. A little too "tacticool" for me, but it is better to have a military style rifle, than no rifle at all.


    Now you have the means to effectively protect your future fiancee/wife and family.
     
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