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Old 06-11-2015, 04:41 AM
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well i finally got to pick it up. Thanks to all who helped and took the time to give their opinions and help. You guys rock!
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Old 06-11-2015, 06:10 AM
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Enjoy, it will bring a smile to your face!! (and anyone else that gets behind it )
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Yeah, looking good! Welcome to your new addiction
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Thanks!! Props Ghost Mutt!! the BAD or SBR in my case is awsome!! what a difference in the bolt manipulation. I love it
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Thanks!! Props Ghost Mutt!! the BAD or SBR in my case is awsome!! what a difference in the bolt manipulation. I love it
Yeah i think so to....i had to go Magpul because of being in the UK and the US ITAR regulations made getting the SBR difficult. I had the Magpul expertly fitted to my 15-22 (a couple of precise bends to stop the mag release bar tripping it and a bend to clear the trigger guard).

This simple addition is in my opinion the best mod i have done to my 15-22, it makes the whole thing so much more user friendly, i always used to shoulder the rifle, get a sight picture then remember i had not hit the bolt release. Now it's all in the trigger finger
Happy Shooting.
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Congrats, really nice I like the carry handle a lot.
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Thanks REARSPROCKET! This is only the first configuration. More to come.
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