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    Re: My XCR buying process.

    Larue is sellling M4 packages for $702--the same cost as the QRPII package you've been seeing. Heckuva deal.

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    Re: My XCR buying process.

    It is a heck of a deal when you consider the cost of a mount alone.

    The M3 and M2 LaRue deals are good value too. I can't do any better as a dealer unless I'm willing to buy in bulk and I don't have the market, unless you folks are interested???

    Somethinbg to think about??? :
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    Re: My XCR buying process.

    Aimpoint- CompM4 w/ picatinny rail mounting system $600.00 http://www.tatedefense.com/aimpointcompm4.html

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    Re: My XCR buying process.

    Well it seems the price has come down somewhat since I last checked... still not sure though, seems like you aren't really getting much more for what is now a $150 price increase. But I will reconsider it.

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    Re: My XCR buying process.

    Also, I'd like to once again consider the Trijicon Tripower... that optic had slipped my mind for a little while.

    It is used in the same fashion as an Aimpoint (quick close to medium range shooting, 1x, unlimited eye relief, parallax free), but has the tritium/fiber optic self adjusting lighting system similar to that on an ACOG. I consider this system to be superior to the battery-only, manually adjusted lighting system of the Aimpoint. The Tripower also has a battery backup if additional non-natural lighting is needed, but I can hardly imagine a situation where it would be useful if the lighting system is like that of an ACOG.

    Earlier reports had put me off, as people said the construction wasn't as rugged as an Aimpoint's, but it seems that has been mostly corrected with a new one-piece aluminum housing.

    Wish I could see one in person.

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    Re: My XCR buying process.

    My ammo arrived yesterday... I opened about four of the boxes, and was surprised to find that almost all of the ammo had an 07 headstamp, but one round actually had an 06 headstamp. Never seen a mix of dates in new production ammo before.

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