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Old 10-11-2013, 03:42 PM   #11
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This bravo company upper.... $769
http://www.bravocompanyusa.com/BCM-BFH-16-Mid-Length-Upper-Receiver-Group-p/bcm-urg-mid-16-bfh-t12g2.htm

Any lower w/ lower parts kit $150-$175

Magpul adjustable stock $80

Buffer assembly. $85

PSA BCG. $150

BCM charging handle $40
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Old 10-11-2013, 07:51 PM   #12
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Any lower w/ lower parts kit $150-$175

Magpul adjustable stock $80

Buffer assembly. $85
This stuff can be packaged together to save money. PSA often has Magpul LBKs (ACS, MOE, CTR, or STR stocks) for like $150. They also have solid lower receivers for around $100.

You can do the whole lower half, with Magpul grip/stock/trigger guard for about $300 after Xfer fees.
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I own most of the AR's the OP has on his list. But my favorite and most accurate AR is my 2 RRA's one the Elite Comp the other the Elite CAR A4. They both shoot well under 0.75 moa all day usually closer to 0.6 moa. As the previous poster said " One of the reasons I would probably choose the Rock River Rifles is due to obviously their reputation quality and reliability. And also the fact that some of their standard models come with options as a part of their standard price at no optional cost. Like the Entry Tactical or Elite CAR A-4 for example which comes standard with the RRA Two Stage National Match Trigger, RRA/Hogue Rubber Pistol Grip, Star Selector Switch, M-4 Handguards on the Tactical, Side Sling Swivels and the limited lifetime warranty on all factory parts and labor. And they are built at a bench by a trained armorer not an assembly line process. My philosophy is you get what you pay for! And since it may be your first and important purchase and something that will last for years of service and pleasure I do not believe in rolling the dice!" Neither do I.
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Come on, someone get a build from Argyle already.
I'd like to see an active and helpful members business being patronized by a member of the board sometime
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Come on, someone get a build from Argyle already. I'd like to see an active and helpful members business being patronized by a member of the board sometime
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Toxarch on here has a friend who ordered one of my 300 Blackout rifles a couple of weeks ago. SpartanTC81 on Facebook and YouTube is taking one of my rifles to put it through the run through's and review it. Should be up online in the next few weeks.

I can guarantee you won't be disappointed in the quality rifles I build.
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I built mine, sort of. It gave me a lot more pride and knowledge.
I started with a PSA complete upper w/ free float hand guard. Ordered magpul flip up sights and Vortex Strikefire. Tossed the charging handle for a BCM gunfighter
Then I headed to the LGS and bought a PSA stripped lower. Ordered a punch set, multi wrench, and PSA lower kit with a Magpul CTR stock and Gissele SSA-E trigger. Spent an hour assembling the lower and most of that was putting in two springs.
So I have a reliable custom creation complete with sights for about $1300. It is probably cheaper now as everything but the upper and stripped lower were purchased during the panic as the parts became available.
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My votes for the RRA. Better trigger than the colt, match quality barrel, Wylde chamber for better accuracy than the milspec chambers, but still can shoot 5.56 NATO with no problems. Great warranty.

Only downside (some people call it a downside anyways. I don't notice the extra weight) is the sucker is built STOUT. Close to 10lbs. But if you aren't humping it 10 miles a day the weight doesn't matter.
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If you don't get one from PSA you will waste your money on an inferior product. Because we all know by now that PSA is the best thing since liver and onions with gravy.
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