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    Quote Originally Posted by Flskunkape View Post
    Having multiple sized lowers is cool, I've got an L and an M. They need to come out with a H version for like 338, 300 win, super, Norma, whatever, 30-06 etc. Or just go straight for 50bmg.
    Due to existing naming scheme, it would not surprise me if a -H is already in the product roadmap. But, being a small operation, everything takes time.
    Fool-proofing serves only one purpose: identify bigger fools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmunk View Post
    Due to existing naming scheme, it would not surprise me if a -H is already in the product roadmap. But, being a small operation, everything takes time.
    Still waiting on the "P"

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    Quote Originally Posted by navalbeaver View Post
    Still waiting on the "P"
    In 10meme-o-meter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by navalbeaver View Post
    Still waiting on the "P"
    Oh yah, that. Costco run for popcorn? By the time it's out the PCC fad will be long over. Get a Stribog and be done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmunk View Post
    Oh yah, that. Costco run for popcorn? By the time it's out the PCC fad will be long over. Get a Stribog and be done.
    I'm balls deep in gen 1 mpx. It's too late for me... save yourself
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    Quote Originally Posted by navalbeaver View Post
    I'm balls deep in gen 1 mpx. It's too late for me... save yourself
    I'm kicking myself for not getting a MP5K clone when the single shot exemption was possible in CA. That door's been shut. Forbidden fruit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmunk View Post
    I'm kicking myself for not getting a MP5K clone when the single shot exemption was possible in CA. That door's been shut. Forbidden fruit.
    This real one is for sale in Tom's neck of the woods: https://www.zidaho.com/index.php?a=2&b=10398

    Since we are on the subject, anyone had any experience with the Foxtrot Mike AR9?
    Riding, Shooting, or Golfing...you pick and I will be there.

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