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Old 11-09-2012, 01:20 PM   #1
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The Time has finally come...the westchester county gun show is tomorrow And I'm hopefully walking out of there with an AR. I'm pretty heavy set on PSA but if anyone has any other ideas for an inexpensive QUALITY AR I love to have another option. Will post tomorrow with pics

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Old 11-09-2012, 01:34 PM   #2
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I really like my DPMS Oracle, and it had a lot of things I didn't need, and was $2-500 dollars cheaper.
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Get a Colt if you can find one.

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Good luck man I hope you score! It's a seller's market right now unfortunately.

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Good luck man I hope you score! It's a seller's market right now unfortunately.
Well that's good for me maybe ill buy 2!!
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PSA, S&W MP, Spike's, Colt. Just to name a few. I'd avoid Bushmaster, DPMS, Olympic Arms.

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PSA, S&W MP, Spike's, Colt. Just to name a few. I'd avoid Bushmaster, DPMS, Olympic Arms.
What about Del-Ton? I've heard mixed feelings about them. All I know about them is that they are inexpensive.
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Well that's good for me maybe ill buy 2!!
Thats the spirit! Buy all ya can afford.
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What about Del-Ton? I've heard mixed feelings about them. All I know about them is that they are inexpensive.
I'd say good to go. I have a del ton barrel on my AR and have never had a problem out of it. Others would disagree though.
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The price is about the same so I'd get PSA over Del-Ton.

And I'm originally from NC not SC!

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