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Old 02-25-2012, 06:45 PM   #21
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Your making it too confusing for the poor AzN guy, put simply, Noveske.

As a beginer. It'd be neigh impossible to make a bad choice from their lineup.

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Your making it too confusing for the poor AzN guy, put simply, Noveske.

As a beginer. It'd be neigh impossible to make a bad choice from their lineup.
Very true unless they purchased a Rogue Hunter to clear rooms lol
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I just purchased the Rock River ar-15 and I love it. First time for me and it's easy to use. But like any weapon you must do your research. I found for the price and all the differant attachments you can buy for it, it`s worth every penny. The best thing of all its accurate and I mean accurate.

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Old 02-25-2012, 09:19 PM   #25
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It's good to ask people's opinion but you have to do the research and test a few out. Most gun ranges will have the different types. Go and try out a few. EVERYONE HAS THEIR OWN OPINION. Get the one right for you.

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Old 02-26-2012, 10:39 AM   #26
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I appreciate all the comments, suggestions and posts to my hand pinlless hand grenade of a question. I know I have to research, not lazy in the slightest. If I had a local dealer or ANYONE at the range who wasn't totally rude I would be in a different space. With a grand as topped out limit I have some room but I don't to make big mistake so I will continue on the forums nd google my as off, as I have for about a month now.....thanks again and always appreciate any further comments and suggestions. You guys have been great!

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I've been doing the same thing and in same spot as you. It is overwhelming To try and understand everything given so many sources. I've nailed my two choices down to 16" Barrel 12" Rail Set Up from Daniel Defense or Spikes Tactical for my beginner and budget.


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Daniels are tier one weapons. I love mine. I'm going with a geissele trigger and going to a longer free floated handguard.

RRAs are very nice as well and are set up the right way stock. Nice trigger and overall a quality weapon. Bushys are nice, deltons, and spikes are nice as well. I've heard mixed reviews on palmettos but they are good was well.

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I've been doing the same thing and in same spot as you. It is overwhelming To try and understand everything given so many sources. I've nailed my two choices down to 16" Barrel 12" Rail Set Up from Daniel Defense or Spikes Tactical for my beginner and budget.

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Daniel Defense
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