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    Apr 10, 2009
    New Bern, NC
    I've seen the "IP" abbreviation in a number of posts but don't know what it means. I tried searching but the term is too short or ambiguous for the search engine to handle. What does it mean?

    Industry Partner. There are a number of dealers/businesses that are members of the forum.


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    Jan 24, 2013
    Fort Washington MD

    I have been occasionally checking the forums, but this is my first post.

    I recently joined the Ft. Meade and Quantico Shooting clubs and my interest is in accurate and long range rifle shooting.

    I have a Bergara LRP in 6.5 creedmoor, and I am looking for an AR15 type rifle in 223 wylde with as much accuracy as possible. I would really like to get a TX15 Designated Marksman Light Enhanced but don't know if it's MD compliant. Sent two messages and made a phone call to Lone Star Armory, which makes the TX15, but was ignored; presumably because it's not MD compliant and they just can't be bothered to reply.

    If a TX15 purchase is not possible, my next choice is an Armalite M-15 18 inch 3 Gun Rifle in 5.56/223 wylde. Initial research suggests the Armalite is MD compliant.

    The above is based on internet searches, forums etc, but I have not had the benefit of speaking to any experienced long range rifle shooters. Any advice and suggestions would be welcome.

    John D.

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