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    Thumbs up Cadex

    The legend.... Rob Furlong! Great guy to talk to and so very down to earth!
    The Cadex contingent had their full line-up out on display including their soon to be released new LH chassis.

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    Last edited by Boomer686; 01-27-2019 at 12:28 AM.
    Enjoying your freedom? Thank A Soldier !!!

    You say nobody needs an AR15? Well nobody needs a whiny little b*tch either yet here you are!

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    i would take both of these!


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    What is that top one? I can't make out the label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunaddict99 View Post
    what is that top one? I can't make out the label.
    r7 c.o.p.s

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    I find Cadex chassis always look so "beefy" compared to MDT. MDT seems a lot more utilitarian....which is what I prefer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bfranklin View Post
    I find Cadex chassis always look so "beefy" compared to MDT. MDT seems a lot more utilitarian....which is what I prefer.
    New Nuke chassis is 5.1 lbs. Fiberglass polymer stock at 5.1 lbs! KRG Bravo to compare is 2.9 lbs.

    Beefy they are.

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    Built like a tank! Another thing I noticed here at shot show is that more and more big name precision rigs are all sitting in a Cadex chassis.
    Enjoying your freedom? Thank A Soldier !!!

    You say nobody needs an AR15? Well nobody needs a whiny little b*tch either yet here you are!

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    From range day. Don’t kid yourself folks Chelsi is not only on the cover of brochure but one very competent shot.

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    At just shy of 1100 yards impressive shooting Chelsi.

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    As mentioned in my range day thread I had the pleasure of shooting with Rob Furlong on range day. Rob also was at the show with a constant contagious smile.

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    As I said in private to Rob I will repeat it here Thank you for your service to our country Mr Furlong.

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    fixed your pic for you


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