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    I tend to keep asking the "flame war" questions. I apologize.

    Thanks for the advice. I had my buddy from the marines come by last night and show me how to do a complete break down of the gun, and how to clean it. He told me the same thing about break in. Shoot it and clean it. This thing comes apart just as easy as my XD does. What a great gun. I can't get to the range this weekend, but next weekend we are going to make a day of it, and I will post lots of pics.

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    Just saw your thread and that's a great looking AR you got there. You done good. I was going to recommend a flat top. I see you don't have any BUIS, so you'll need to address that as the budget allows. Plus you'll also want to look at holographic sights (Eotec, etc.) at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
    Get everybody together with plenty of ammo and enjoy the day. Take pictures and post them of the day for we can enjoy it too. Good luck.

    Best Baldy..
    Well yesterday my wife, brother, my buddy, and myself all loaded up with every firearm we owned, and a 1000 rounds of various caliber ammo and headed to the shooting range and had a great time. My buddy brought his 20" Bushmaster AR with a new Midwest handguard, Magpul buttstock and grip, and his Hi-Point 9mm. I brought my XD9, Win1200 12gauge, and my new AR. Man I love my AR!! That thing is great. My wife shot 30 rounds and decided she liked shooting the XD a lot more. I think maybe next time she will warm up to it a little more. We left with 0 ammo and smiles on our faces. We had only 2 injuries, my brother stepped on a nail moving pallets around, and then bruised his arm up pretty good shooting over 50 rounds through that old Winchester 12 gauge.

    Here's a couple of pics.

    AR's. Mine is the one on the right.


    Here is both of us before we started shooting. I'm the guy on the left.


    One of us shooting. I need to bring my left hand back a little next time.


    One of my brother killing pallets with the 12 gauge.


    One of the wife after giving up on the AR.


    And at the end of the day we had nothing but empty magazines.



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