Originally Posted by evo9guy
I have many plans for the rifle. One of the plans are the free float rails. Work in progress. Hopefully the upgrades move faster than the rifle purchase. Lol.
getting the rifle is usually the easy part...sometimes it takes time to save up, but picking it out and bringing it home is the no-brainer part.
Trying to figure out what all to put on it, that you will actually use, and what will work for you, is sometimes the hardest part. There are hundreds of sites, catalogs, vendors, etc. that make everything and anything to hang on your AR, some that are actually worth while.
Take it and put some rounds through it, see how it fits and feels. That will give you a better idea of things that you might want to change. Things to keep in mind: a different grip, different stock, changing the front/rear sights, are the easy changes, along with Free Floating the front end.
After that, things get a little bit more technical, but nothing too difficult. Changing out your trigger assembly will squeeze out a bit more accuracy, especially if you free float the front end. Also, think about adding some kind of optics, whether it's a red-dot scope, fixed power, or mult-power to reach out further.
But, at least you have one now, so the fun begins, even if you leave it stock for a while. Welcome to the SUR club