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Old 05-01-2013, 12:05 AM   #11
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Well it can be hard to find a complete BCM for sale right now. Complete BCM uppers are getting easier to find and over the last couple weeks I've seen complete BCM lowers so you could just pin those together if you can't find a whole rifle.
How much u think that would run for complete upper with BCG and a complete lower?
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How much u think that would run for complete upper with BCG and a complete lower?
Why not check for yourself?
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Try BCM, Rainier and G&RTactical. I don't know what you want so see what they have over the next few weeks. Price should be the same as a complete BCM configured the same.

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This my recce14 I bought a little under a year ago. It's an awesome gun runs flawless no matter what I do to it. Any of the bcm guns are good in my opinion just find the one that works for you. Or buy a lower(noveske) and a bcm complete upper like I did as well.

Beside bcm Daniel defense makes a great complete as well

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Well it can be hard to find a complete BCM for sale right now. Complete BCM uppers are getting easier to find and over the last couple weeks I've seen complete BCM lowers so you could just pin those together if you can't find a whole rifle.
thats what i did with mine. ordered a complete bcm lower and upper pinned em together.

midwest industries now sells bcm complete rifles in their showroom 25 miles from me thats where i bought my wife's bcm carbine
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Why not check for yourself?
I have been looking can't find them in stock anywhere only found the upper
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This my recce14 I bought a little under a year ago. It's an awesome gun runs flawless no matter what I do to it. Any of the bcm guns are good in my opinion just find the one that works for you. Or buy a lower(noveske) and a bcm complete upper like I did as well.

Beside bcm Daniel defense makes a great complete as well
Shot a BCM mid length 16 mod 0 a month or so ago and loved it I appreciate the help tho think I'm gonna buy the upper and lower piece them together
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Thanks for all the info I appreciate it
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My advice is that if you can get there soon enough, BUY THIS NOW!

Won't last long. And everyone who lands one is 'winning', as Charlie Sheen might state. And yes, Tiger blood is pumping through my veins as I type this...in other words, I bought one whether I need it or not.

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My advice is that if you can get there soon enough, BUY THIS NOW!

Won't last long. And everyone who lands one is 'winning', as Charlie Sheen might state. And yes, Tiger blood is pumping through my veins as I type this...in other words, I bought one whether I need it or not.
Was gone way before I read this I'm watching tho
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