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    I shot a 416 a few years back. It is a amazing firearm, flawless operation and wish I could own one but alas never going to happen in Canadaicon.
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    Bit like a Ruger 10/22, whatever you do to it its still a 10/22........... any AR15 variation is really just that, The M27 would give a better sustained fire up to a degree I guess due to more robust gas system but thats about it, The amount of times its needed wouldn't give way to a total re arm plan for all forces.

    I've changed a lot of gas tubes on the L119A1 and to be honest they have had some hammer but the cost of a new gas tub is probably peanuts compared to M27 Gas system parts.

    As mentioned its all down to cost......

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