Originally Posted by fireman1296
Then don't buy the thing. They guy asked for everybody's opinion and I gave him my experience with my carbon 15. You think you know everything there is to know about AR's and it's ridiculous. Apparently from all the stuff I've seen you post on here you need to spend a little more time evolving your people skills and a little less time playing with your guns.
I have great people skills. My "problem" is that I am just a little more honest than people like. I don't claim to know anything beyond my experiences and have never pretended to know everything.
The FACT is the carbon-15 is prone to blow up on its operator. As a consumer is it worth the risk considering BMs horrible reputation for QC and QA?
I could have lied and said it's a great and durable firearm but I wouldn't feel right misleading him. But if I had nobody would have had a problem w/ my post. Should we go through life lying and candy coating everything as to not upset people because they own one? That would be a disservice to everyone.
Length of ownership is not an indication of quality on its own. You need to take round count into consideration as well as shooting habits and other variables.