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I've had this one for several years. I use it when my friends and I engage in a little informal competition, to ensure that they must buy lunch. Air-gauged match-grade barrel, match-grade trigger and fire control components. Trigger pull is an extremely light 1 lb 11 oz, so it's not safe or suitable for anything except range use by an experienced shooter. It's a tack-driver!
 

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Super looking gun. Bring it down to the valley and shoot our Steel Challenge matches with it. They are at Ben Avery the second and third Sunday every month.

The Deer Tribe club is the second week and The Cactus Match League host the third Sunday. It's lots of fun. You need 5 magazines and bring about 300 rounds of ammo in case you miss a lot.
 

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That trigger is not suitable for very windy days. That is a hair trigger for sure. Awesome looking gun.
 

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Don't be surprised if y'all see one of a Mark III,IV, something one day that i've purchase here.The more I see them the more I think about buying one for myself.
 

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I've had this one for several years. I use it when my friends and I engage in a little informal competition, to ensure that they must buy lunch. Air-gauged match-grade barrel, match-grade trigger and fire control components. Trigger pull is an extremely light 1 lb 11 oz, so it's not safe or suitable for anything except range use by an experienced shooter. It's a tack-driver!


Woah. Sweet gun! I love the barrel
 
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