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  1. A friend of mine invited me out to a PRS competition a couple weeks ago. I wasn't able to go but I did start looking at the rules, at Youtube, etc. I'm interested in giving it a try. I'm torn between production division and the gas gun series. I already shoot 3 gun. Would shooting the gas gun series on an AR platform translate somewhat well as practice for 3 gun? Is the bolt gun more fun? What would be a good build for a gas gun and what would be a good setup for a bolt gun? I've got a 16 inch Noveske that I was shooting in 3 gun that's now a backup gun since I built an AR for 3 gun. I see Christensen Arms listed as legal in production series and I've always wanted something from them. Lastly, any and all advice that I haven't asked is most welcome.
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