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Posted: 2/4/2001 4:19:24 AM EST
Link Posted: 2/4/2001 5:50:30 AM EST
[#1]
You can't pass up an AR10, and yours sounds like the AR10A3.  
Buy one for me, and when you mail it, on the outside package put "Fragile Cookies".

It's going to Kali.:D
Link Posted: 2/4/2001 7:02:32 AM EST
[#2]
Get both.  You will be glad you did. :)
Link Posted: 2/4/2001 8:32:17 AM EST
[#3]
I shoot my AR10T much more than my M1A.  I guess it's because my M1A is a pre-B and I want to keep it pristine I guess.  I feel the '10 comes apart easier with less wear and tear also.

If your brothers M1A is a pre-B snatch it.
Link Posted: 2/4/2001 8:48:22 AM EST
[#4]
get them both at least they can share mags.
Link Posted: 2/4/2001 11:21:31 AM EST
[#5]
Link Posted: 2/4/2001 11:46:39 AM EST
[#6]
Get the AR10 and make payments to your brother for the M1A. Then start the SICK BASTARDS club. I'm in!
Link Posted: 3/6/2001 6:28:43 PM EST
[#7]
Get the M1A. Keep it in the family.
[sniper]
Link Posted: 3/6/2001 6:43:25 PM EST
[#8]
I have had some real heart rendering experiences with my M1A at the range.  Twice I have had Vietnam Vets ask me if they could look at mine and become down right emotional when I told them to shoot a few rounds.  It will never have the reputation (military wise) of the M1 Garand or the M16 but it is one sweet rifle.
Link Posted: 3/7/2001 4:41:33 AM EST
[#9]
Personally, I wouldn't want to have a reputation like the M16:

"Excellent performance when clean and conditions aren't extreme, otherwise not entirely reliable."
Link Posted: 3/7/2001 8:25:36 AM EST
[#10]
Wobblin Goblin,

As a matter of fact, that's exactly my reputation! So sign me....

Mr. M16
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