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Old 02-09-2012, 03:27 AM   #1
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Recently got in touch with the head of American Firearms Manufacturing Company and had an opportunity to hear his personal opinion on his products and the direction his company was taking. I have been considering purchasing an AR for quite a while (instead of shooting my friends rifle all the time) and am curious if they seem like a good company. I prefer to buy from small Businesses and local is always a plus, however I am willing to go out of my way for something that will give me more value for my dollar. Ideas?

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Old 02-09-2012, 03:56 AM   #2
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Never heard of them. Do you have a link? I shy away from going w/ unknown places. We have a guy on this forum who got screwed over royally. The same guy swindled a lot of people and ended up loosing his FFL.

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http://afmco.com/

This guy is from my town and he's got a factory setup in the industrial depot down the road. Pretty good guy from what I've observed.
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Are those really his prices? You can get a Daniel Defense w/ free floated quad rail plus other high quality equipment on it from the factory for the price of his carbine length base models.

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