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    It's a work in progress, but I thought you would like seeing my newest build anyway.
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    I'm liking the J-Tac Rogue stock - I just can't justify the cost for myself. I am, however, keenly interested in the JuggerBrake muzzle brake design. Thanks for sharing this with us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunt Medic TXARNG View Post
    I'm liking the J-Tac Rogue stock - I just can't justify the cost for myself. I am, however, keenly interested in the JuggerBrake muzzle brake design. Thanks for sharing this with us!
    You will need to wait about 15 week for the JTac brake to hit the streets.



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    As much as i abhore the round, i most say that this rig does look rad.

    looks and practicalities aside...

    I wouldnt ever field that thing.

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    Torspo - why do you 'abhor' the 7.62x51mm NATO round, when it is standard issue for ALL of our General Purpose Machineguns, and has over 50 years' use as a battle rifle and intermediate range sniper rifle cartridge? I agree that for specialized applications like long range sniping or dedicated Close Quarters Battle there are better options, but as an all-around cartridge it has MORE than proven itself!

    Secondly, what are your specific reasons for stating you would never field this rifle - I have my own reasons, but I'd like to hear yours!
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    Outside of the baby puke/poop green color. I'm definitely digging the setup, that looks like one fine firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTK1029 View Post
    Outside of the baby puke/poop green color. I'm definitely digging the setup, that looks like one fine firearm.
    Thanks!

    The chassis can be painted, stripped and painted again without harming the finish.
    The chassis is also available in basic black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H2O MAN View Post
    Thanks!

    The chassis can be painted, stripped and painted again without harming the finish.
    The chassis is also available in basic black.
    I figured it was aluminum (I could be way off here) so it could always just be re-anodized as needed. Aesthetics are all in the eye of the beholder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunt Medic TXARNG View Post
    Torspo - why do you 'abhor' the 7.62x51mm NATO round, when it is standard issue for ALL of our General Purpose Machineguns, and has over 50 years' use as a battle rifle and intermediate range sniper rifle cartridge? I agree that for specialized applications like long range sniping or dedicated Close Quarters Battle there are better options, but as an all-around cartridge it has MORE than proven itself!

    Secondly, what are your specific reasons for stating you would never field this rifle - I have my own reasons, but I'd like to hear yours!
    oh comeone?
    That thing can pick more berries than my berry picker.

    as for the 7.62x51.. its a fine round, for cheap snipers and machineguns.
    You people moved to 5.56x45 for squad automatics for a reason.

    not that it would get much love in our surroundings aither.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTK1029 View Post
    Outside of the baby puke/poop green color. I'm definitely digging the setup, that looks like one fine firearm.
    call me a fool but i'm guessing thats filling some sort of role.
    perhaps they just might want to hunt with it.

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