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Old 01-22-2013, 03:00 AM   #1
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Default My first AR what should I get ???

I can't find an AR for anything !!! But when I do come across one what should I get ?? Brand ? Caliber ? I have no clue
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Old 01-22-2013, 03:06 AM   #2
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Hard to get ammo if its a .223 right now. I'd sit on it awhile and wait this frenzy out. Lots of guys on here have it figured out on the good AR's from what I've read. You might read thru some of their post for some good direction Rustygrill. Just my 2 cents on it.
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Yeah I will probably take your advice and hold off. But I think I do want a .223

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It's a great time to sell right now. But it's a horrible time to buy. I'd wait.
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Don't buy if you can help it. I wouldn't sell my two for less than 5k and neither are worth more than 1500 each right now. GL
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Bushmaster is what I would do, due to low cost.
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Hard to get ammo if its a .223 right now. I'd sit on it awhile and wait this frenzy out. Lots of guys on here have it figured out on the good AR's from what I've read. You might read thru some of their post for some good direction Rustygrill. Just my 2 cents on it.
Yeah your right I should probably let things cool down first
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It's a great time to sell right now. But it's a horrible time to buy. I'd wait.
Yeah I think your right, are you speaking of AR's only. I think hand guns are ok to buy still right ?
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Seeing that you posted this in the Concealed Carry section, I am more interested in how you plan to conceal the dern thing.

Normally, this type of question is posted in the AR section.
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Yeah I will probably take your advice and hold off. But I think I do want a .223

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Always get a .556 it will shoot .223 also but not the other way around
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