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Old 03-24-2013, 06:22 PM   #1
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Smith and Wesson or Bushmaster AR-15? Still debating on which one



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Old 03-24-2013, 06:30 PM   #2
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I have colt ,spirit arms and 2 dpms and I think it is dumb luck getting a good one the colt was the worst of the bunch it is now 20 years old but took a year to get running right on those two go with the best deal



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I have colt ,spirit arms and 2 dpms and I think it is dumb luck getting a good one the colt was the worst of the bunch it is now 20 years old but took a year to get running right on those two go with the best deal
What was the worst flaw about the colt
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The extractor group were all out of spec worked about 10 percent of the time new to the platform in 1993 took forever to see what I was looking at she is golden now with a Wilson barrel is 1/4 MOA all day long

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I have three Colts. Two old SP-1 sporters (Full length rifle and CAR-15 carbine) and a newer LE6940.

Never had a single problem of any kind with any of them.

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Thought you'd like this one:

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Go for the Smith&Wesson man. Their barrels are made better, they have a better warrantee, and their customer service is light years ahead of Bushmaster.



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