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Old 06-02-2011, 07:30 AM
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Although I have two great .223, I still have the bug to purchase an AR plateform in a larger caliber. I have been researching and may have narrorred it down to having GAP Precision build the GAP-10 for me in .260 and try this rifle out, or would I be better off getting it in .308. I would like to shoot to 800 yards with it for comp and coyote's. GAP seems to build a very accurate rifle and said the GAP-10 will shooting 3/4".

Any thoughs and suggestions?
Don't know if you reload,but myself would go for 308. Alot of ammo out there for 308. I just love the 308 . great round for alot of applications.
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Old 06-02-2011, 11:28 AM
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I own a Rock River and LOVE it. Very accurate and smooth trigger. Just a great AR to shoot. I have no complaints with it.
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Old 06-02-2011, 07:46 PM
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ar-15/dpms lr308/dpms i have these and have had other dpms rifles. very good guns!!!
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Old 06-10-2011, 04:42 PM
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Re: what make is your AR?

I have a Rock River M4 clone for my quick handling gun. I have a JP Enterprises machined upper flattop with 24" HB and a Colt National Match lower that is stupid accurate. I also have a stripped lower AR15 and AR10 waiting to build.
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Old 06-10-2011, 08:58 PM
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Re: what make is your AR?

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"Although I have two great .223, I still have the bug to purchase an AR plateform in a larger caliber. I have been researching and may have narrorred it down to having GAP Precision build the GAP-10 for me in .260 and try this rifle out, or would I be better off getting it in .308. I would like to shoot to 800 yards with it for comp and coyote's. GAP seems to build a very accurate rifle and said the GAP-10 will shooting 3/4."

I can tell you 3/4 in. is WAY underpromising! My GAP LR-308 will do .3 in groups @ 100 with fac. match grade ammo. It seems to really love the Nosler Trophy Grade in 165 AB's. I think my avg 3 round goup @ 100 with the 165 AB's is just over .5. I love my GAP and it was totally worth the money and the wait. I'm trying to justify another!
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Old 06-16-2011, 08:22 PM
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For the money, rock river arms is the best. Good fit and finish and good price. I love mine!
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Old 06-16-2011, 08:36 PM
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Re: what make is your AR?

My AR-15 is a bunch of company's...

DPMS
JP Rifles
Les Baer
Magpul
Double Star
Tubb's
Burris
...few more.. You got the good ones..
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