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That carbine is so ugly (the buscttotk looks like a jr. high school woodshop project, for one thing) that it looks cool.I find that, at reasonably close distance, a two shot group like that is plenty. Looks like both you and the firearm are doing well.
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15. | Sep 12, 2013
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