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I have the utmost respect and admiration for the M16(s)/XM-177 type firearms in 5.56 but I figure it is time to add a larger caliber AR and a .308 Winchester chambered rifle is what is on my mind.

RRA and the new Bushmaster MOE have caught my eye.

I am the holder of a Type 7 FFL and I rebuild and work on old(er) motorcycles (Triumphs, BSA, Kawasaki, H-D etc)...

Christ is my hero, I love my family, and I am a meat hunter (nothing against trophy hunting as long as the meat is not wasted) and fossil hunter.

I own a few firearms. And I live in north west Nebraska.

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Welcome friend,

As a fellow lover of old iron, I too, hope that you'll post some MC pics from time to time. I'm sure that you'll find the knowlledge shared here useful if your planning to get involved with the .308 platform.  I'm presently on hold with some of my gun projects (waiting for parts/lack of funds) so I'm keeping myself occupied with this, 1938 ULH flathead, hope to be ablre to complete it this year.



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Thanks all for the kind welcome!

Guns and bikes, who would have figured.

As soon as I get my wifes camera repaired or replaced I will post some pictures of some neat bikes and neat basket cases I am working on (1939 UL engine, 1974 Triumph Trident, 1976 KZ900 LTD).

This is from Christmas 2003 I believe,


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