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Old 06-14-2010, 01:54 AM   #1
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Picked up a new DPMS Panther Arms AR-15 last week. Can't wait to take out slingin'

Anyother Panther owners out here??

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Old 06-14-2010, 02:27 AM   #2
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Great picture....

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I had a DPMS AP-4 carbine. Sold it a few months back and bought a SmithM&P. The panther was a nice shooting carbine, put around 800rds through it with no issues whatsoever, I was very happy with it, I'm sure you'll enjoy yours, but......


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I just bought a DPMS upper from Cabelas. .204 24 inch heavy barrel beauty. I am putting it on a Bushmaster lower with a Timney trigger on it. I ordered a scope last week and all should be ready today or tomorrow.

Cant wait to get this thing broke in.
Good luck with yours and have fun

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Picked up a new DPMS Panther Arms AR-15 last week. Can't wait to take out slingin'

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got a panther m4 5.56 very nice rifle. got no complaints
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Picked up a new DPMS Panther Arms AR-15 last week. Can't wait to take out slingin'

Anyother Panther owners out here??
I now own 3 Panthers. 2 brand new AP4 Carbines which I have yet to shoot as I am currently deployed. Can't wait to get home and take them out.
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I've got a Panther with a 16 inch barrel. Very happy with it so far. Accurate and reliable, and considerably less than some other ARs at the gun show that day. Picked mine up for just under $800.

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Nice toybox! Off subject, but how do you like that Steyr? I've been intrigued by those for years, but I've never so much as seen one in a shop.

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Nice toybox! Off subject, but how do you like that Steyr? I've been intrigued by those for years, but I've never so much as seen one in a shop.


I LOVE it. Put about 100 rounds through her with %100 reliablility. very comfortable and very good lookin. Love the trapizoid sight system and is prob the best bang for the buck aout there when it comes to pistols. brand new for 350 off budsguns.
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