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Old 08-16-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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Bought my first AR, a Del-Ton Sierra 316 MOE 5.56. Any opinions?
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So long as your happy with your purchase and the gun runs 100% with quality military ammo, enjoy it and shoot the crap out of it.

The first AR I ever held, incidentally also the first rifle I ever held, was a Colt AR-15 with a 20" barrel and A1 features.

Any rifle that shoots well and is reliable is a good rifle and it doesn't matter who made it.
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So long as your happy with your purchase and the gun runs 100% with quality military ammo, enjoy it and shoot the crap out of it.

The first AR I ever held, incidentally also the first rifle I ever held, was a Colt AR-15 with a 20" barrel and A1 features.

Any rifle that shoots well and is reliable is a good rifle and it doesn't matter who made it.
Exactly what he said.
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Deltons are fine rifles.

The finish may not be as fancy as the expensive rifles but they are accurate and reliable.

I had a Delton 416 Magpul MOE, which I had sold to a good frined and i miss it.

Him and I went firing and it was just as reliable and hit just as true as my $2000 LMT MRP CQB Piston.
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