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Did These Guys Build the Most Tricked Out AR-15 Ever?

Did These Guys Build the Most Tricked Out AR-15 Ever?

You'd be hard-pressed to find a more customizable longarm than the ever-popular AR-15. There's so many a la carte options to upgrade your AR that it borders on the ridiculous--we just happened to find a few guys happy to cross that border.

The boys at Moss Pawn and Ga., took a Smith & Wesson Muns in Jonesboro, G&P15 and pimped the everloving crap out of it, fitting the carbine with nine 30-round magazines -- seven on the bottom, two on the side for storage -- three lasers, three red-dot sights, a magnifier, four flashlights and a contour camera. All together, this behemoth weighs in at 23 pounds fully loaded. Hefty, sure, but it gets they job done. They've billed this monstrousity of modern technology as the "Ultimate AR-15 Mall Ninja Tactical Zombie."

But is it the most tricked out AR you've ever seen? Check out the video.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQpfQd1397E&feature=player_embedded


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