Originally Posted by BigSkyGP
Rock River prices seem pretty hard to beat, and the handful of rifles that I've used RRA kits on were at least 1MOA with any ammo put to them. Hand loading will get you .5MOA fairly easy. Selecting a factory load they prefer will get you around the .75MOA you're looking for, maybe better.
+1 for RRA. My truck gun is a RRA Coyote Carbine upper (found it on LRH a couple years ago for something like $500), Spikes lower, with a JP Ent Competition trigger, and leupy mark AR glass. Does .75 with 55gr Hornady varmints, and better with hand loads (twist is too slow for anything heavier than about 60gr). It lives behind the seat, gets hammered like the rest of my tools, and cleaned maybe once a year, reguardless of round count. Always functions perfectly and shoots as well as I do.
There's some great, high end, AR builders out there that I'd choose first for personal protection (Noveski, DD, etc) But for a sporting rifle, RRA is a great gun at a great price.