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Old 12-08-2009, 04:24 AM   #11
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I too, know what it is to have a DPMS LR-308B, which is the 18" Bull Bbl and I love it. I got a Timney Single-Stage trigger for it and that made it even better. But like Dog, I'm saving up to get a really nice scope for it. But as is, it shoots sub-moa. I would definitely recommend it.

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I too, know what it is to have a DPMS LR-308B, which is the 18" Bull Bbl and I love it. I got a Timney Single-Stage trigger for it and that made it even better. But like Dog, I'm saving up to get a really nice scope for it. But as is, it shoots sub-moa. I would definitely recommend it.

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Fred, glad that Timney worked out for you. As soon as the funds get back up, I'll have to look into putting one in mine, too.

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Fred, glad that Timney worked out for you. As soon as the funds get back up, I'll have to look into putting one in mine, too.

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Even after fluffing, buffing and polishing the old trigger, the Timney made a ton of difference. If your looking for a good single-stage, I would definitely recommend the Timney.

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Even after fluffing, buffing and polishing the old trigger, the Timney made a ton of difference. If your looking for a good single-stage, I would definitely recommend the Timney.

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I recommend them all the time. But usually it's always been for an AR15. So glad it worked out for you, and I will definitely be watching for one to put in mine.

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I love my DPMS. Shorty with pinned muzzle. Very solid, no failures - even with wolf ammo. It loves to eat rabbit

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This thread is no fun without Water Man.

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Ive got a DPMS panther M4 and its got tight tolearances in the parts and the fit tween upper and lower recievers is very tight. it runs all ammo i have thrown at it from various sources just fine. it shoots great. on par with any other AR or M16 i have ever fired. as for their .308 line dunno but if tis anything like their 5.56 rifles prolly a decent weapon.

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I have it on good authority (Water Man) that DPMS sucks.

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