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Thread: Now I'm an AR15 owner, now what?

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    Awesome post Robb!

    Joe Mamma
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    What a great article of information!!!
    Stan

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    What a great article of information!!!
    Stan

    USN Ret.

    An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life.
    Robert A. Heinlein

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    Good information!

    Thanks,
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    well said, but a caveat to the new AR owner......................
    AMMO! before OSAMA bans it all.
    “Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism” - George Washington
    “From My Cold Dead Hands” - Charlton Heston

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    your opinion

    Im thinking on purchasing a young MFG bolt carrier complete group. Your Opinion on this product would help. Im putting it I my RockRiver A2 for High power comp.

    Thanks Leadslnger

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadslinger View Post
    Im thinking on purchasing a young MFG bolt carrier complete group. Your Opinion on this product would help. Im putting it I my RockRiver A2 for High power comp.

    Thanks Leadslnger
    Young MFG is top quality stuff.
    Chief Armorer for Elite Shooting Sports in Manassas VA
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    young mfg

    Thanks for your help. Im lucky their just down the street from me.

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    packrat

    Greetings,
    The term "Mil- spec" is commonly misunderstood. It is of coarse a Specification regarding the manufacturing tolerances that have to be met by Government Military Contractors. These "Specs" are a required starting point when looking to purchase an M4 or AR15 type rifle. But to truly be "Mil-Spec" it must be manufactured & signed off by a Military Contractor. There are "Black Rifles" on the market that exceed "Mil-Spec" quality. I feel that this is very important to be aware of, especially for someone that's new to the "Black Rifle" market. It's something I though I'd mention. GOD BLESS OUR TROOPS!!!

    PACKRAT

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    I wish I would have found this earlier. Great post, thanks.
    "Buy once, cry once. Or not. Many of you will undoubtedly be zombies one day. I'd prefer if you were zombies with sub-par gear."

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