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Bushmaster 20 IZ .308

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We liked the odd but comfortable tubular stock and its useful buttpad, but hated the trigger, which made this rifle's good accuracy unattainable from field positions.

Bushmaster 20 IZ .308

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All FAL magazines, British or metric, would fit and work in the Bushmaster. These cost as little as $5, so why did we get only one?
Straightforward clean design, well executed, was apparent on the Bushmaster. Yet there was little to justify its high cost, we felt.
This rifle had a ball-type detent on its cocking handle, which we liked better than the springcatch common to the others.
This ominous-looking device was actually three short rails formed into the gas block on the Bushmaster. Underneath it were three tapped holes filled with Allen screws to keep it in place. Yet there was no forward sling mount.

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