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Old 04-30-2012, 11:11 PM   #1
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Just picked up my first AR...an M&P 15 Sport. After doing my research, it seemed a good starting point for me and it fit my budget. Can't wait to go shoot it!

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Old 04-30-2012, 11:16 PM   #2
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Congrats!! Welcome to the sessions. We hold our meetings nightly, but none of the AR addicts ever seem to be cured. We just seem to get worse about it.

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Good choice. The barrel alone makes it a top pick in the industry. Add in the S&W reputation and a near mil-spec lower... you got a great AR15 there.

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Congrats!! Welcome to the sessions. We hold our meetings nightly, but none of the AR addicts ever seem to be cured. We just seem to get worse about it.
Haha. I've been getting worse about it since the first time I pulled a trigger! Shot my first AR last summer and have wanted...no...needed one ever since!
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Haha. I've been getting worse about it since the first time I pulled a trigger! Shot my first AR last summer and have wanted...no...needed one ever since!
It gets worse. I'm preparing for my second build after I finish some investments.
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Haha. I've been getting worse about it since the first time I pulled a trigger! Shot my first AR last summer and have wanted...no...needed one ever since!
I can attest to this myself . I cannot seem to contain my urgency to own another one , well the 4th one anyway . I try to keep my gun buying at 1-2 guns per yr , but as I sit now I should be done buying for another 4 yrs from this yrs purchases .
aint gonna happen , Got 2 more lowers coming this week and Im now telling my wife these are investments
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I have wanted an AR-15 for about 15 years now

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Oops hit send too soon! I just got a 2005 M&P 15! Love it!!

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I think the Sport is one of the better choices in that price point.

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For the money spent on the M&P sport you will not find another AR based rifle that can shoot with it . Great rifles for the bucks spent.

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