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    http://www.chiappafirearms.com/products/136

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    Pretty neat. Looks kinda like a stripped down M6.

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    Talk about ultra light. Looks like its fun, but not sure I would want to trust something that ultra light with my survival.

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    Now that is neat.

    I would love to get one of these for backpacking. Have you heard any word on how they shoot, or how durable they are? Price?

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    Rear sight looks better than M6... Don't know about the rest. Better trigger maybe or at least a conventional style. Reminds me a bit of the old Bronco mixed with a Galef...

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    I'm curious who designed the picatinny rails where the handgrip would be.
    It seems a bit on the UN-comfy side.

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    Dude thanks for The heads up on a sweet rifle, I will hafto get one.

    I love my m6 but it's allmost a collectors item.

    I wonder about ther price, if they are sub $300 this would be a no brainer

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    Looks similar to the old Bronco which came in .22LR and 22 magnum. I had a buddy who owned one. I rode in his car many times and until he pointed it out. Never noticed it stowed in the visor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shnick View Post
    I'm curious who designed the picatinny rails where the handgrip would be.
    It seems a bit on the UN-comfy side.
    I'm guessing the logic was to allow a person to add a picatinny compatible pistol grip.

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