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Want an AR15, what's the best out of box?

 
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:02 AM
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Re: Want an AR15, what's the best out of box?

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Throwing my hat in Im going with Bushmaster I have 2 and my dad has 1, never had any problems with any of the guns some people say BMs are junk but I will put my Bushy against any brand any day. I handload for mine and get under .3" groups. Ive never seen the cost to use advantage of buying LMT, Noveske or the SUPPOSED higher end guns if your gonna use it to punch paper, kill deer, groundhogs, varmints etc. etc. save your money and get some other play toys. Buy a run of the mill AR and have fun. I payed under $900 for all my Bushys and know people that have done the same.
There is no price diffrence for the most part and why would you want to give your money to George soros? Thats just stupid he is the owner of freedom group and one of the biggest anti gun proponets out there. Give your money to a teir one company that gives back to the troops by donations to WWP and actualy does positive things for the shooting comunity.
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:06 AM
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I am not interested in spending more for an AR than I did my fully outfitted long range gun, so I want to keep the cost at or below $1000.
From doing more research I am leaning heavily towards the Colt 6920, but I still have not made up my mind yet.
I have heard good things about Bushmaster in the past, but from what I have been reading lately it looks like they are more on the lower to middle end of quality. Seems the same for DPMS as well, but again I don't know for sure.
This gun will more than likely be a two hundred yard and in gun. I have no desire to fit quality optics on a gun with a 16inch barrel, so I will just put a red dot on it as I have one that I think would work fine.
Colt LE 6920 at G and R Tactical
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Im not saying all this stuff to start a fight or to here my self talk these are facts. If your diligent in your reaserch you will find that the diffrence in quality is hugh all well worth the avarage extra 100$ to by quality.
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Re: Want an AR15, what's the best out of box?

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There is no price diffrence for the most part and why would you want to give your money to George soros? Thats just stupid he is the owner of freedom group and one of the biggest anti gun proponets out there. Give your money to a teir one company that gives back to the troops by donations to WWP and actualy does positive things for the shooting comunity.
I agree with you to a point but thats like saying dont buy a GM product because OBAMA owns GENERIC MOTORS or dont buy hienz ketchup because John Kerrys wife is an athiest. I buy what I like and dont wory about who says not to because somebody runs the company. As long as Im not giving them money face to face I DONT CARE. I know you wont agree with me but

OPINIONS ARE LIKE ASSHOLES EVERYBODYS GOT ONE
and not everybody is gonna like them.

Oh and by the way Soros doesnt own freedom group from everything I've read.
George Soros Doesn’t Own The Freedom Group | The Truth About Guns

Freedom Group - No Soros Connection

Steve Feinberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

If you read along Feinburg is actually a NY native whos hobbies include Guess what HUNTING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 05-13-2012, 06:47 PM
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Re: Want an AR15, what's the best out of box?

Before you buy you might want to take a look at LaRue. They are extremely well built!
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Before you buy you might want to take a look at LaRue. They are extremely well built!
Thanks man. I will give them a look, but if memory serves, they are a bit pricy for my taste. Going to take a look at their website now.
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Re: Want an AR15, what's the best out of box?

I would look at SW M&P, Stag or Windham along with the others mentioned already. These may not be quite up to being able to be run over by trucks or survive explosions, but they may....just dont know who wants to try it But they are good and closer to your price point potentially.....less than LMT, Larue, Daniels...etc
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