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Old 10-09-2012, 19:39   #11
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I get the appeal of of a "minimal lube" rig. But here's the thing about the Bravo Co bcg. It just flat-out frikin works. It is consistent. I've used that bcg in many, MANY builds, and each one is IDENTICAL in fit & finish, and each one flings brass in the same exact pattern, straight into the next county.

And for the price, I could throw in a few more dollars, and get two of the BCM bits.

Thus creating a dire need to build another AR around it.

"Babe, look, I've already got the most important part sitting here. Just need an upper, a lower, stock, Aimpoint..."

"I'll have a Coke..."

She can't say stupid stuff with her mouth full of sausage.
I have no problem charging somebody stark nekid, with a TP tail hanging from my butt... Maybe they'll go to their maker with a smile on their face.
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