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Old 01-09-2017, 04:43 PM   #1
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MCX or 516 Carbon?

Hello, Viking7 here,I've only had one Sig ,twas a 229 with 357 Sig&40 S&W barrels. Was great, accurate pistol but no longer have it. Now, after having 2 AR's that were 7.5-8 lbs., I'm looking at the MCX 6lbs. or a 516 full carbon w/ Sig Romeo5 sight..weight I dont know? So the MCX is lighter but is it better to get the 516 TS CF ??
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