Brother with AR10

Brother with AR10

Stag Arms Model 7:
http://www.stagarms.com/product_info.php?cPath=13_22&products_id=314
6.8 SPC Chamber /Forged and Mil Spec./None/Gas Block
20.77" Stainless Steel 1/11 Twist
Standard 5 Round**
A2 Fixed / Hogue / 2 Stage Match
http://www.rifleshootermag.com/new_products/RS_stagmodel7and7l_102008WO/...

I purchased this new from Stag Arms for right around 1,100.00
The scope on the rifle in this picture is Trijicon
Trijicon Accupoint 3-9X40, Mil-Dot Crosshair with Amber Dot and LT104-1 Mount

In addition I have a second scope, but I really like the one above better (cross-hair)
Trijicon Accupoint 2.5 - 10 X 56mm Red Triangle and QD mount:
http://stores.homestead.com/Laruetactical/Detail.bok?no=141

It also has a cheek pad and bean bag combo on the stock.
The bipod is through LaRue and the type is:
http://stores.homestead.com/Laruetactical/Detail.bok?no=263

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3 years 46 weeks ago, 3:20 PM

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Nice Pkato,

did you get the scope zeroed in that day?

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3 years 46 weeks ago, 3:36 PM

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work at all...it's a very good scope, both are good,
but I prefer the cross-hair.

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3 years 46 weeks ago, 3:43 PM

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Pkato's Trijicon

I almost went with the Trijicon scope for my ACR. They seemed very clear and user friendly. Nice weapon my friend. I like the ammo band on the stock. Makes you feel more sniperish?

clint

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 6:37 PM

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of scope and honestly, I am not sure I will ever buy another
brand...really, unless I buy the .50 cal and put a nightforce?
one on there!!! Nightforce right? They are so expensive...but
isn't everything that is high quality?

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 6:49 PM

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Very nice piece, gimme it!

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 6:49 PM

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YES!

Quality is costly...Just buy a Barrett for 10k and then add the nightforce or what ever.....hey!..... I have thought....ne...dreamed about it.....those "cock suckers" at Impact guns, here in town have two Barrett 50's (less optics) hanging on the wall...damn them temptresses....I need therapy!....LOL!

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 11:20 AM

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Haha....10K

That's way too much. I would buy the AR50 from Armalite...
seems like a much better option and way cheape, yes very
expensive though and then throw in the ammo price and you
got an expensive hobby:

OK...here's a list of the hobbies I have pursued/still pursuing:

1. Scuba diving - expensive
2. Guns - Very expensive
3. Cycling - Very expensive
4. Motorcycles - Very Expensive
5. Skydiving - Expensive

I think for retirement I am going to get involved in fishing,
walking and swimming!

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 11:38 AM

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 11:40 AM

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Lets not bring

this subject up Pkato, it's depressing......But since you did, here is my list of "vices":

1. Pro class RC buggies, planes and heli's- Very expensive

2. Guns, you covered that!

3. Restoring a truck - Beyond very expensive

4. Long boarding - the cheapest hobbie I got.

5. Reloading - not real expensive YET!

6. Souping up the subie to it's current power level - Way beyond very expensive

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 12:06 PM

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Hampster

I see women aren't on the list.
Unmeasurable expense

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 12:29 PM

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Charles my man

words can not do justice to the amount of money and grief that particular "HOBBY" has cost me!

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 12:38 PM

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at least Texas dosen't have alimony

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 12:25 PM

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Yes

I agree...I forgot that, because they are a big
expense, but I don't consider them a hobby,
they are more like a necessity? I have easily
spent 500,000 on them! Probably more

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