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I have reached quite a dilema, I want everyone to think I am some bad Operator but I don't want to put the time into training and crap like that...

What type of weapon should I get ?

The weapon itself should be bad enough to make people think I could take out a taliban stronghold single handedly while at the same time guarding at least 12 orphans!

any suggestions?

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A Sig 556 is a ghood start, a bit heavy......but good.

Here's a pic of my 551 I just sold........ They are a good piston design, just too heavy for hours on end packing, compared to the AR platform.

They look close to the same, but the internals are diff......full auto, vs semi for the 556. Very reliable though.

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