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    Is this the one you are speaking of ?? I like the fact the selector switch shows "AUTO" even though it is only for show.

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    Those are all assembled at FNMI in Columbia, SC about an hour and a half from here. I had a tour of the factory several years ago. Looks like a nice rifle.

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    Did you settle on one of those Joe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Dickicon View Post
    Those are all assembled at FNMI in Columbia, SC about an hour and a half from here. I had a tour of the factory several years ago. Looks like a nice rifle.

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    Did you settle on one of those Joe?
    No not yet. As I carried the M1icon during my time in the Marine Corps I am partial to the M1 and collect Garands, mostly NM rifles. Not knowing much about the M15 type rifles I thought it best to see what guys on this forum thought of it before I bought anything. I don't shoot much anymore but would like a good representative of a modern M4, as close to original as I can get. Guess that leaves me with either a Colt or this FN. I am leaning toward the FN. Thanks to all that responded.


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