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    Question Quick advice on vietnam handguards?

    So while trolling around on ebay I came across these and they are a fair bit cheaper than the ones for US ordnance and clearly there is a reason for that. But I was wondering if someone who as seen more of this kind of thing can tell me with for 20 bucks if this is worth trying to save?

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    There are still lots of them around in far better shape...and they don't cost much.
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    I think that's the plastic deteriorating. Sun damage, apparently. Like browningautorifleicon says, you can find 'em in better condition.
    Those ones are $20 for a reason. Brownell's sells 'em in black, green or brown for $39.99. Gunparts lists 'em too. Assorted condition.
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    thanks for that I'll have to keep looking around. and I didn't know Brownell's had them thanks again for that tip


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