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Old 09-22-2012, 10:34 PM   #11
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PSA 16" carbine with mbus rear sight and 30 rd Mag . $683 with the ft discount code and free shipping to boot. Gonna be hard to beat that anywhere.
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S&W makes an excellent entry level AR. Not heard any complaints about them so far. If you can get a good deal on one, even better.
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Highly highly recommend the Del-Ton DT Sport. $600-$699.
http://www.del-ton.com/DT_Sport_p/dtsport.htm
Seriously man, one of the best entry level AR's out there
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Old 09-26-2012, 08:46 PM   #14
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Highly highly recommend the Del-Ton DT Sport. $600-$699.
http://www.del-ton.com/DT_Sport_p/dtsport.htm
Seriously man, one of the best entry level AR's out there
This is a frequent topic... I will second the recommendation for Del-ton. I will put mine against many more expensive options, for reliability and performance.
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:03 PM   #15
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This is a frequent topic... I will second the recommendation for Del-ton. I will put mine against many more expensive options, for reliability and performance.
I agree. Heres what my DT sport looks like. Kind of a bad pic but ive done a lot to Mr. Pink.
Magpul stock, moe + grip, rvg, rail panels, flip up front and rear, single point sling,and trigger guard, utg pro slim line free float quad rail, bcm charging handle and EOTech 512
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I'd go for the recommendations of PSA and S&W over Del-Ton and DPMS. It's really hard to beat PSA when it's on sale.
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I agree. Heres what my DT sport looks like. Kind of a bad pic but ive done a lot to Mr. Pink.
Magpul stock, moe + grip, rvg, rail panels, flip up front and rear, single point sling,and trigger guard, utg pro slim line free float quad rail, bcm charging handle and EOTech 512
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This is a frequent topic... I will second the recommendation for Del-ton. I will put mine against many more expensive options, for reliability and performance.
Del-ton rifles are great I love mine I spent a lot on upgrades but now it's just how I want it I'll put it against any other more expensive AR..
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