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Old 12-08-2012, 02:58 AM   #1
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Might be getting my first ar-15 tomorrow very excited!getting a colt 6920 what are your thoughts?not sure what to expect on the .223 ammo prices,how much do you get your ammo for?
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:19 AM   #2
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The 6920 is a great choice. You can buy cheap stuff and see how it works for practice. Tulammo, American Eagle, PMC, etc.

Buying it at Walmart?
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The 6920 is a great choice. You can buy cheap stuff and see how it works for practice. Tulammo, American Eagle, PMC, etc.

Buying it at Walmart?
I'll check it out Quentin,thanks!
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I had recently purchased the colt 6920 and it is a great firearm! Accurate out of the box. The irons were easy to sight in as we'll as the Nikon glass I have for it. Great fit and finish all parts are inspected individually unlike batch inspections like some other manufactorers. Great great gun plus it bears the great colt name! Awesome addition to the other guns, sits right next to the ol' colt pre-ban. Great choice man have fun with it!!!
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Thanks guys looking forward to it!now if I can get off work early so I can grab it!
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Good luck, let us know how it goes.

I purchased 1k rounds of PMC from LuckyGunner.com in Oct. for $350 + $17 shipping. Just checked and the price has gone up to $400
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