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It is nothing special, but for $500 and a case of 45 Gap that I paid $200 for, I could not pass it up.

As a side note, I ordered two of the Primary Arms Cyclops 1x prism optics which came today. They are just as nice as my Trijicon TA44’s. Maybe better since they have an adjustable ocular and wider FOV in a smaller package.

Range report to follow when I have time away from my new busy job in the emergency room.Big Grin



 
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You will love it. Mine is better than 1MOA with factory 55 grain.



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That's a great choice! Also on the PA Cyclops. I have 2 of the 1x & 1 of the 3x. They are excellent. Other than testing for long term durability, I can't find where my 3.5x ACOG is any better. Especially for 4x the price.


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Congrats on passing your NCLEX from another RN. I started travel and now gift myself after i finish each contract. I'm sure NCLEX is ever harder now when i took it they had just started select all that apply. You deserve this. Again congrats and good luck, welcome to the brotherhood.
 
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It is nothing special...
Actually, it's a fine carbine that can serve you for life, but, baby, that furniture is a fashion offense. Magpul is a prime choice, but that color- what do they call that? Vienna Sausage? Razz
 
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Very nice. Now it just needs a light and a sling, and you're all set.

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but, baby, that furniture is a fashion offense. Magpul is a prime choice, but that color- what do they call that? Vienna Sausage? Razz


I think it's standard Magpul Flat Dark Earth, just in an overexposed photo. Big Grin

Though you might be on to something... Coming soon from Magpul: The Meat Palette, featuring Vienna Sausage Tan, Roast Beef Brown, Expired Bologna Green, and Burnt Burger Black.
 
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Congrats on passing the NCLEX. Did you do any of the study programs with the "NCLEX Lady" with the deep Southern accent? Listened to hours of that review when my wife was studying for the exam a few years ago.


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Congrats, and a great practical choice of a carbine! We got M400s for work last year, and I've been nothing but impressed with them. Mine is a tack driver, and the trigger is quite possibly the best mil-spec style AR trigger I've ever shot. It's a tight fitting well-built gun, and some of the extra features like the QD sockets on the receiver are a nice touch.
 
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It is nothing special...
Actually, it's a fine carbine that can serve you for life, but, baby, that furniture is a fashion offense. Magpul is a prime choice, but that color- what do they call that? Vienna Sausage? Razz


Lol….that is MAGPUL FDE. I took the picture in the evening which gave the FDE a funny look.

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Congrats on passing the NCLEX. Did you do any of the study programs with the "NCLEX Lady" with the deep Southern accent? Listened to hours of that review when my wife was studying for the exam a few years ago.


I used UWorld and that was it. I did about 75-100 questions per day for two weeks. My test cut off at 75 questions. I felt prepared and it was MUCH easier than the Exit Exam to get out of school. The school intentionally made it hard so you would be better prepared for the NCLEX.
 
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Congrats on passing your NCLEX from another RN. I started travel and now gift myself after i finish each contract. I'm sure NCLEX is ever harder now when i took it they had just started select all that apply. You deserve this. Again congrats and good luck, welcome to the brotherhood.


Thank you for the kind words. I was called a Murse for the first time by a female nurse, but she then said we need male nurses because the male nurses cause their pay to increase Big Grin
 
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Yup. The gender pay gap. She’s a sharp one. Lol

Congrats. Nice gun too. That optic looks sweet.
 
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