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Old 02-07-2013, 20:57   #21
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Originally Posted by Haldor View Post
Would you say the same about Magpul? I just updated a '92 vintage 20" Colt AR15-A2 Sporter II with Magpul's UBR stock and Moe Forearm and grip. It really makes the guns ergonomics much better. My wife did not enjoy shooting it because she is so petite (5' 0" tall).

I am keeping all the A2 furniture in case I ever decide to sell it.
A lightweight polymer handguard, a different grip, and a collapsible stock is a bit different than the impression given by

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Old 02-07-2013, 21:38   #22
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Tonight I swapped out a 6 point stock for a A2 stock I received in the mail today. Two of my 3 ARs are fixed A2 stocks now. I like em
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