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Old 06-20-2013, 04:09 AM   #341
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DPMS.

I own a DPMS Panther Oracle with Magpul MOE handguards and shorty foregrip. Get you a nice red dot, reflex sight, or CQB scope. 1000+ rounds through it and no failure to feed or failure to eject. DO NOT run steel cased ammo through the gun as it will void your warranty.
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Old 06-20-2013, 04:30 AM   #342
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It's backkkkk

Again
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Old 06-20-2013, 04:35 AM   #343
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It's backkkkk

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OMG!!

Kick it, kill it, dump it, and forget it.

End this thread forever...
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Old 06-20-2013, 07:05 AM   #344
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I have two Maltese fur babies we dearly love. One is from a breeder, full papers, and the other is more of a hand off rescue. I dearly love them both, and no one is any better than the other. Both bark, both wag tail, both wiz on stuff they should not, and both are 100% pure fur joy to behold.

AR Rifles in .22, 5.56 and .308 I have Colt, PWA, Olympic, and DPMS. Just like my fur babies, they all work, and none of them give me any grief.
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Ahhhhh Fiddlefart. Here we go with the steel ammo haters again.
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Old 06-22-2013, 02:38 AM   #346
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Im sure steel cased ammo is fine but Im a reloader and for a couple more bucks I get some brass so you don't have to worry about me shooting up all that quality steel ****.
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Old 06-22-2013, 02:53 AM   #347
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I have a Delton with 2000+ rounds through it with no failures. I love mine, but all AR recievers are built to the same specs strength-wise. In my opinion a barrel is the main thing that is worth more money, although mine is accurate with the stock barrel
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WELL at least it not Bill and Mike going at it.......tho I kinda miss those days.

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Old thread still going after 5 years! I'd go with the DPMS any day ... before the craze, I bought mine at $1,200 for the Recon MOE 5.56 model - outfitted with all Magpul from the factory. I haven't had any trouble with it at all and shoots 1 MOA prone easy. I am very pleased with mine.
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