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Old December 19, 2010, 09:40 AM   #1
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Beverly Hills Cop?

I have to admit getting a chuckle when reading Charlie Cutshaw's article in the January issue "Custom Carbine on a Cop Budget", wherein he mentions how cops are underpaid and might be on a tight budget when building a patrol carbine...

...and then he puts an ACOG, a Surefire M900, and an Ares Defense piston conversion kit on it...

He and I apparently operate on entirely different notions of what constitutes a "tight budget".
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Yes, the article could have had a better title.
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