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LWRC SRT upper with Grenedier Precision rail
Bushie lower (Till my LWRC lower arrives)
Aimpoint 3ML red dot/ARMS Mount
Aimpoint 3Xmag/ Quick flip mount
Troy front and rear folding sights
Pentagon Stealth SA2 LED Assault light
Cheapo vertical foregrip
Harris bipod

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Shot 250 rounds of American Eagle 55gr today- no problems at all.

Shot 4 inch groups at 200 yards with the red dot and 3x mag. Just need to get some higher magnification and a good trigger and the groups will tighten right up!
 
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Thanks guys...
"Uber tacti-cool!" ??? what's Uber mean? ive seen it a few times and could never figure it out
 
Thanks guys...
"Uber tacti-cool!" ??? what's Uber mean? ive seen it a few times and could never figure it out

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uber

The word über (German pronunciation (help·info)) comes from the German language. It is a cognate of both Latin super and Greek ύπερ (hyper), as well as English over (as in "overkill"). During the late 1990s, über also became a synonym for super; e.g. übercool = supercool, generally with a slightly intensified meaning. Über is commonly written as uber in English, though with slightly different meaning.

The normal transliteration for the 'ü'-Umlaut when changing from German would be ue, not just 'u', however it could be argued that the American English use of the word uber is a new word distinct from ueber. This is because English is defined by common use of words, which dictionaries and academia record, not the reverse. The use of 'ü', 'u', and 'ue' in the word is an emerging trend in common usage with no clear consensus.
 
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