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I like it! A lever action AR! Who'd a thunk it? :D

Yeah, I'm weird. Y'all just now figuring that out? :rolleyes:

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Could he add a black powder option to it? 

It's safe to say this will never occupy space in my safe.

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What in the 'Cali-compliment, parts bin, 6 beer, lost youth' hell am I seeing here??

There are VERY few firearms that are aesthetically unpleasant, but this one takes the cake, flips off the baker, slams the door & flicks a match into the damn bakery! Jesus!

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I like it not for the novelty or actual usefulness, but for the ingenuity. He even says it is pretty much a "can I make it work" project. 

 

 

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Gonna take some big hands to work that lever action, even just to grip it, but then where or how do you grip it with the lever/thumbhole/slight suggestion of a pistol grip set up.

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It’s the awfullest thing I’ve ever seen but the mechanism is commendable.

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Maybe I was seeing things but I happened to have watched a short seen of a pair of cowboys campin up in the mountains. Dang if that gun thing wasn't sticking out of a saddle scabbard where those boys were camped.........

  I think the movie was Broken Mountain or some such ......thing. Red Ride-ar?  Yeah they were riding something all right.........

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I wonder if it would be legal Australia, I think lever actions are still legal there, with a lot of red tape.

 

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