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Old March 17th, 2008, 01:23   #22
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Well, you can always buy a full stock for it if you can't get the A4 model. That's what I plan on doing to mine. It has the added advantage of being able to store a large battery in the stock, as opposed to a mini battery in the front grip. And if I want to use the gun for CQB, it's literally a 5 minute (or less) job to switch back to the sliding stock and front wiring.

Either way, this is a very worthy gun for the price, I think. I'm quite happy with mine. It's a most impressive gun for the price. I'll probably upgrade the bushings eventually, and possibly eventually add a tightbore barrel. But otherwise, I plan on leaving it as-is.

Thought I'd post of pic of it with its new friend the supressor...

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