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Ultimate_sig 09-15-2012 01:30 AM

my new ar build
 
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My trainer put together a very nice ar im lopking forward to the range report. Its a yhm ar witg tge diamond flutted chrome lined barrel, qith a phantom comp, houge grip, rra nayional match trigger may upgrade to a giesele trigger, ctr butstock, nickel boron bolt carrier, troy battle rail, and jp buffer spring. All the parts are top quality and im throwen on some yhm qds irons and an aimpoint pro

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tacticalfun 09-15-2012 01:38 AM

Very nice! Enjoy.

AgentTikki 09-15-2012 09:31 PM

Nice rifle!

But why build a lightweight AR,and put a heavy Aimpoint Pro on it? H1 or T1 ! Xps 2-0 or 2-2 imho.

Dillinger 09-15-2012 09:38 PM

That a nice stick and looks like you got a lot of high quality parts on there.

I would say the "upgrade" to an over-priced Giselle trigger would be a waste of good ammo or magazine money honestly. Even a good and common AR shooter is going to see, maybe, a 5-10% overall difference over the RRA 2-stage.

I believe my RRA triggers are just as good as any I have shot on any of the AR's I have tried, but I am not a double distinguished, 3 gun competitor either. :o

$250-$300 for a trigger is a lot of money when you already have a really good one in RRA.

JD

Ultimate_sig 09-15-2012 09:41 PM

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Originally Posted by AgentTikki
Nice rifle!

But why build a lightweight AR,and put a heavy Aimpoint Pro on it? H1 or T1 ! Xps 2-0 or 2-2 imho.

Its a pro, its light wight and i gpt a deal on it. Cant afford a $600 t1

Ultimate_sig 09-15-2012 09:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Dillinger
That a nice stick and looks like you got a lot of high quality parts on there.

I would say the "upgrade" to an over-priced Giselle trigger would be a waste of good ammo or magazine money honestly. Even a good and common AR shooter is going to see, maybe, a 5-10% overall difference over the RRA 2-stage.

I believe my RRA triggers are just as good as any I have shot on any of the AR's I have tried, but I am not a double distinguished, 3 gun competitor either. :o

$250-$300 for a trigger is a lot of money when you already have a really good one in RRA.

JD

Yea, never tried one but my trainer said its only $100" more cause he game me the rra trigger for free

Ultimate_sig 09-19-2012 02:28 AM

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Finally got it ib my hands heres some pics with my qds sights and my aimpoint

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