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DrTyger
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Do you have a DD214?





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Yep.





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RATeamWannabe
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If anyone wants a complete Daniel Defense, one left





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DrTyger
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Dammit! I want that one too.

I think I have a problem.

My name is DrTyger, and I'm addicted to guns.






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DrTyger
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That only is proof of military service. Should be enough.





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RATeamWannabe
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It gone





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For some stuff it is, but I don't think it would qualify me for that.





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DrTyger
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I'd rather have the AR10 anyway.






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RATeamWannabe
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Hoping a .300 AAC BLK will suffice for my .30 cal





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I'm wanting the 300 BLK for the ease of suppression.





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DrTyger
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Why wouldn't it? It's not the GI bill or security clearance, it's buying a rifle.





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I already have a bolt gun in .308 plus it's cheaper ammo.

I had a 6.8 but sold it. It was too expensive to shoot.






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Hell a security clearance is easy to get. The way they describe it is Active, Reserve or Retired. No mention of Guard or used to be in but not retired.





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DrTyger
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It says military active, reserve or retired. Is Guard not the military?

Plus, they might not mean full blown military retirement. If you really want it, I'd call and ask.






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Power pole strikes again.





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Guard is definitely military, but the way they word it leaves it open for questions. I'm not in the market for a full rifle right now. Slowly ordering parts to build a 300 BLK. Even if I could order it I can't because I wouldn't be able to pick it up for 2 more months. The lower I ordered I had to order in my wife's name and she's complaining about having to do the paperwork whenever it comes in.





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quote:

No National Guard?


When they say Reserve, they mean Reserve and National Guard - trust me.






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DrTyger
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I bought one.

They say you can buy a second, but at $2000. Anyone think I could flip it for more than that?






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