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ITCHING TO UPGRADE

I look at my rifles like a 350 Chevy—tons of aft ermarket parts and the ability to modify it to my heart’s content. I have no problem replacing, modifying and adjusting the weapon system to meet my personal needs. After all, everyone is different; our needs change, so adjusting the rifle to fit the mission is essential in my mind.

I have a lot of videos on YouTube that demonstrate this very fact. If you look at the comment section, you’d think nobody every burned out a barrel or decided to change a factory stock. Sure, I tend to modify the rifles all at once versus over time.

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