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Old 02-25-2010, 08:58 PM   #1
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The only thing I heard about these guys was a post last year, but there wasnt to much info about them, has anyone bought any of their kits, or heard about quality, shipping times, thanks AR15 kits and M-16 Parts From Top quality manufacturers of firearm parts.

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I haven't ever used them,but I have built several from Model 1 Sales kits and they shoot just as good as my RRA 20" Varminter.

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I checked some of their prices and found no real deals.

If you want a good reputable dealer try Rainier Arms.

I've had nothing but good experience with them.

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I've been looking into them, some good reveiws but not always, I think im gonna order a kit from del-ton, they come with everything but the lower rec. and I've been reading good reviews bout their customer service and quality.
Del-Ton, Inc. A complete line of AR-15 Rifles, AR 15 Parts and AR15 Accessories.

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I've been looking into them, some good reveiws but not always, I think im gonna order a kit from del-ton, they come with everything but the lower rec. and I've been reading good reviews bout their customer service and quality.
Del-Ton, Inc. A complete line of AR-15 Rifles, AR 15 Parts and AR15 Accessories.
You could get a STAG kit, less receiver, here:

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Are Stag kits that much better,this is just gonna be a plinker gun, nothing serious, I just want a good quality gun, without spending a fortune. Del-ton has a kit for $465.00, w/o a lower, so if my thinking is right I could have an AR for a round $600, all said and done. Which seems pretty good to me, sorry if these are dumb questions, I'm a newbie to Ar's.

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Are Stag kits that much better,this is just gonna be a plinker gun, nothing serious, I just want a good quality gun, without spending a fortune.
If you can afford the difference in price, I would say YES. If you are just going to use it for plinking, then the price savings, I would go with the Del-Ton.

I won't knock the Del-Ton kits at all, just saying that for that price, the Stag is a little better piece.

Stags are made by CMT (Continental Machine and Tool), who also make receivers and parts for folks like Stag, RRA, High Standard, Noveske, S&W, MGI, Wilson Tactical, Colt. So they do have a great reputation.

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Alright thanks for the info, right now I'm just kind of gettin some ideas, but you have help point me in the right direction thanks again.

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