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    Funny thing that voice, always arguing with mine...

    Wow this thread was five months ago? Time flies. What'd you windup doing Aragorn?

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    I ended up not doing anything. I decided to go with the better parts on the better rifle which was pretty much where they were. The other parts just didn't see to fit appearance wise so I decided to ignore the manufacturer. Offered the old one up for a few trades but no one has bitten yet.



    I had swapped out a few of the small parts that looked to be in the same condition but these were all interior parts.

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