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Old 02-16-2012, 02:03 PM   #1
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LMT rifles? Any feedback? I was at ny gun dealer today and noticed some nice looking LMTs but havnt heard much about them the price tags high are they worth it?


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Old 02-16-2012, 02:21 PM   #2
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Great reputation for quality.

Imo tend to be stoutly built, well made. But no personal experience. Sorry.


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Thanks for the reply! I got the impression holding them that they are stout and heavier rifles than a standard AR which is preferable to me I'd just never seen a review before!
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LMT or Lewis Machine & Tool are one of the premium AR manufactures out there supplying firearms to the US military as well as us local pukes. Deffinatelly worth the price IMHO...
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LMT or Lewis Machine & Tool are one of the premium AR manufactures out there supplying firearms to the US military as well as us local pukes. Deffinatelly worth the price IMHO...
+1 to this and what Agent said. LMT has long been known for quality.
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My 6.8 spc is an LMT upper, it seems well made and runs good. I bought it for a better deer hunting round (for me it is, YMMV) than 5.56.
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IF I was going spend that amount of money, it would be high on my list.


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