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Get on the fifty!
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After getting a look at the Q Honey Badger in .300 blackout I couldn't believe how light it was. It was designed as an MP5SD replacement rather than just a short AR. With suppressor and mag loaded the package is under 6 pounds. Took some photos to hold me over while she's in jail. It also came with a Q beer koozie Big Grin











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Dang! That's purty!




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Man, that’s a sweet setup!
 
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Plowing straight ahead come what may
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That's very nice...I like the look.


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Plowing straight ahead come what may
And theres a cowboy in the jungle"
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Did they include a cool painting on the cover of the box?
 
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Little ray
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I probably wouldn't pick Champagne for the color, but that is a nice looking package. Very clean and light.




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Originally posted by Andyb:
<snip>.... It was designed as an MP5SD replacement rather than just a short AR. <end snip>


... really? Intrigued. Researching.



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Very cool. What are you thinking for sights?




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Nice to see one out in the wild!
When did you place your order?
 
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Get on the fifty!
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No painting on the big box Razz

Haven't decided on an optic, good thing is I have some time to think about it!

I bought mine through Captiol Armory. They have 1 in stock now if you're interested Smile




When in doubt, pinky out.
 
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No painting on the big box Razz

Haven't decided on an optic, good thing is I have some time to think about it!

I bought mine through Captiol Armory. They have 1 in stock now if you're interested Smile


Thanks for the reply, I ordered mine from Q back in December.
 
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Kevin puts out



some nice gear. Sorry Kevin, I had to do it.
I wonder if they have any in stock at Bullseye. I really need to handle one of these.
 
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