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Old 10-02-2012, 20:51   #4
michael_b
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Basically, a flattop gives you more flexibility to customize, IMO.

If you're happy with your setup, then enjoy it, and don't worry about what's popular or currently the 'in' thing.

I built mine with a flattop because I like the look and as was stated, you can add a carry handle to it if the need/desire arises.

If you want to try a flattop, just get a second upper.



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