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    Quote Originally Posted by FortTom View Post
    I wonder why my "E" model cost $300 bucks more, with a military discount? Can't be that much more of a difference...
    The lighter weight components. $100 per ounce saved

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    Lightness is expensive. Titanium is child's play and a light rifle is a fool's errand. Once done, you're still dealing pounds.

    If you want a real expensive project, build a motocross bike that weighs less than 170 lbs!
    There's no "Team" in F**K YOU!

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    I tried a 1.5x acog today and it still looked like shit. The 4x acogs look good though. T2 is also a no go for me. Lpvo for me!

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    My stig isn't that bad (yet) so I have both, and I like both. But I've always been a cross-hair kinda guy. I would definitely consider an LPVO with an illuminated (reticule or dot) on the cross-hair for low-light conditions. Best of both worlds.
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