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Old 01-17-2010, 17:13   #18
Petrie
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Originally Posted by shotgunred View Post
Keavy barrels are more accurate and last longer. the dissipate heat better. If it really bothers you lift weights once in a while or just practice holding you gun on target for periods of time.
The DPMS Panther classic weights 9lbs empty. With a lighter shorter barrel I could knock that down to around 7lbs or so. I use to power lift so I don't think I need to lift weights "once in a while".
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