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Old 11-09-2012, 10:28   #36
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Originally Posted by MarkCO View Post
Thankfully, the Piston ARs shine is wearing off and DI systems are back in vogue.
If I were to want a piston driven gun, then I wouldn't be picking up an AR of some sort in the place. I've always thought that piston AR deal was silly. You take a gun that wasn't designed for a type of mechanism, then try to half-assed engineer a mechanism in to replace the original design.
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