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    You couldn't possibly have need for all that rifle, how about you just hand it over to me and I'll take care of it for ya.

    Let us know how it shoots
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    You couldn't possibly have need for all that rifle, how about you just hand it over to me and I'll take care of it for ya.

    Let us know how it shoots
    And let it get all that Iraqi sand caked up in it? No thanks, I still have gear with sand in it that I can't get rid off....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    And let it get all that Iraqi sand caked up in it? No thanks, I still have gear with sand in it that I can't get rid off....
    Well, in all fairness, I shouldn't have to go go back to Iraq ever again, with the SOFA and whatnot (but there are plenty of other sandy options). It's bad that I can differentiate between Hawaii sand, 29 stumps sand, and Iraq sand that I can't get out of different pieces of gear.

    Gonna add any goodies to that rifle, or leave it stock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcon View Post
    nice looking weapon. i'm not really knowledgeable about the assault rifle market. what makes a Noveske better than other brands?
    We should not refer to it as an assualt rifle, we do not assault anyone with these, we hunt with them. :-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    Well, in all fairness, I shouldn't have to go go back to Iraq ever again, with the SOFA and whatnot (but there are plenty of other sandy options). It's bad that I can differentiate between Hawaii sand, 29 stumps sand, and Iraq sand that I can't get out of different pieces of gear.

    Gonna add any goodies to that rifle, or leave it stock?
    Pretty much stock, I'm thinking an Eotech with a flip out magnifier a little later on, but that's about it unless I can find a Swiss Army Knife complete with wine opener that attaches to the bayonet lug.

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    Nice looking gun. There's a N4 Light Shorty Basic in-stock on the Noveske web site, right now. Tempting little unit, that.
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    It's all you, I'd love to have an SBR, but IIRC Iowa is a wussy state when it comes to most NFA items.

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    The Noveske has made it to Omaha, next hop, my hands!

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    Lucky dog... you've got a rifle incoming that I've been lusting over for a while now. Enjoy it man!


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    OK, well due to some scheduling "conflicts" I wasn't able to pick up the gun till last night on the way back from WI, so no range report. I still have to clean the factory oil off and tend to the gun, but here's some pics.

    A few wise words from the manufacturer:



    Fire Breathing Pig Sticker:



    Usage and Maintenance Log:


    *I thought that was a nice little touch, it has pages to log round count/who's shooting, graph pages for jotting target info etc, and a maintenance section to log malfs/repairs etc.

    Users manual is a little old school, but a nice pocket book if you want something small to take to the range with a novice shooter:



    The box is pretty slick, and the rifle came with one PMAG:



    Iron Cross on upper and lower, check:



    Also note the sling swivel mounted on the end plate, close ups coming up.

    Noveske end plate allowing mounting of provided swivel(s) (x2):


    The other swivel is mounted on the stock.

    Staked castle nut:



    Staked carrier key:
    *Note* Not rust, just the oil being lit up by the flash.



    Enhanced feed ramps extending into frame:



    Overall I'm impressed with the rifle, it seems much more stout than my Bushmaster, I don't know if it's the heavier barrel throwing me, or what, but it "feels" more like a rifle and less like a carbine.

    The jury is still out on the PMAG and the VLTOR stock, hopefully I can get it cleaned up and out to a range here soon.

    Range report to follow.

    Oh yeah, it also came with a ball cap, about the most useful accessory I've ever received with a gun, it's low crown and all.

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    Very nice, and nice PICS too.

    Have fun shooting it while I wait for my Colt to hurry up and get here.

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    Almost as good as my colt lol ... just kidding that is a kick arse rifle heh Great buy!
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    That is nice! Thats what im trying to talk santa into for christmas this year.

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    Color me green with envy. It looks nice!
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    Sweet, nice rifle!

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