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Old 12-03-2011, 06:06 AM   #11
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Confused are you saying you bought parts for and assembled an AR and your a kid Or are you saying you went to ToysRus and bought a toy
i think that was a typo error. he probably meant kit, not kid.
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Old 12-03-2011, 02:05 PM   #12
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ToysRus sells ARs? I gotta go check them out!
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Old 12-03-2011, 03:17 PM   #13
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Ha! While my KID did help me assemble the kiT...I got my (hopefully) KID the ol' fashioned way.
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Fill us in on the rear sight on the rail at 9 o'clock.
I needed a place to put it. I don't shoot it through there. The rear sight hangs there. if I run out of battery, I move it to the top rail.
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I needed a place to put it. I don't shoot it through there. The rear sight hangs there. if I run out of battery, I move it to the top rail.
Have you ever tried a thumb over grip?
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Dude,

that's not a rear sight.

That a prototype for the Magpul SLEH.

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I ended up getting the S&W M&P AR-15 5.56 for eight bills. It has the flat top rail, so i went to Cheaper than dirt to get the Magpul front and rear sights, for the both I payed $114 including shipping; although the rear sights are on back order, I have only heard good thing about these sights. This thing is awesome, couldn't be happier. Just a beautiful weapon!
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I needed a place to put it. I don't shoot it through there. The rear sight hangs there. if I run out of battery, I move it to the top rail.
I thought it was there for when you want to go gangsta on somebody.
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I ended up getting the S&W M&P AR-15 5.56 for eight bills. It has the flat top rail, so i went to Cheaper than dirt to get the Magpul front and rear sights, for the both I payed $114 including shipping; although the rear sights are on back order, I have only heard good thing about these sights. This thing is awesome, couldn't be happier. Just a beautiful weapon!
Cancel your order and go here Our Catalog

In stock and cheaper plus free shipping.

Do me a favor and "favorite" the above site, DSG Arms, Palmetto State, Rainier Arms, and SKD Tactical.

Places like CTD are not your friends. They usually have slower shipping and cost more (parts and shipping).
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Sometimes you can do all right at CTD (and CDNN) but I agree that usually there are better choices like mentioned above. My last order from CTD was for a Walther P38/P1 slide/parts kit for $89, a good deal and not carried by that many places. Not so good on AR parts.
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