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    Thought I'd post some pics so Cougar can drool

    Daniel Defence M4.

    Pic when I got home



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    Oooh... Spendy

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    Here's some of my Stag 2T.








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    Right now I will have to go with the Stag over the Daniel Defense...

    Why? Because the Stag is loaded

    Both are very nice rifles.

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    Thanks. I was all giddy when I brought the DD M4 home and didnt load it. I just fondled it untill my wife cought me. I told her to leave me alone. I hadnt finished.

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    VLR4-
    Who is the mfg on that foregrip/bipod mounted on the Stag? I think I like that a lot...

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    D1ck!! Thats awesome. Too bad you can't play on Sunday, but I understand keepin mama happy.

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    arms_libertas wrote:
    VLR4-
    Who is the mfg on that foregrip/bipod mounted on the Stag? I think I like that a lot...
    Fab Defence


    http://www.fab-defense.com/en/catego...rip-bipod.html

    Here is where I bought it.

    http://vtsupply.com/t-pod-vertical-g...cal-bipod.html

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    Cougar125 wrote:
    D1ck!! Thats awesome. Too bad you can't play on Sunday, but I understand keepin mama happy.
    The wife need's some me time so I can have my time.

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    arms_libertas wrote:
    VLR4-
    Who is the mfg on that foregrip/bipod mounted on the Stag? I think I like that a lot...
    Looks like a T-Pod

    Edit: I was too slow

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    I know. Just bustin yer balls...

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    Jesus! I guess you no longer have your first born child? lol. :shock:
    Very nice and effective M4. I'm pretty much a stock M4 guy sans my fore grip.

    P.S. Your safety is off!

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    I don't even LIKE rifle caliber AR's and I think That is a pretty one.



    Even I own an AR!

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    Who built that rifle? Was it Rainier Arms?
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    SpyderTattoo wrote:
    Who built that rifle? Was it Rainier Arms?
    If you are refering to me. Daniel Defence built the rifle. It just came out in this years shot show. There is very little info on it if you have searched. I bought it from Rainier Arms as they were the first one's in this state to get them in stock. There are only 300 rifles made and will be thousands by the end of the year.



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    Here's my baby.

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