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Old December 4, 2012, 04:32 PM   #17
Skadoosh
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tahunua001 wrote:
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there is no place in the united states that requires the use of a dust cover
For the life of me, I can not think of a single place in the US that is dust, sand, dirt or debris free...

I could literally shake dust and sand out of the hand guard and other little nooks and crannies of my rifle on many many occasions while participating in serious (and many just-for-fun) training sessions in the high desert of California as well as in the Sonora Desert in Arizona. Easterners are not immune either: dirt and leaf debris is easily collected on well lubed bolts as well.
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