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Old 04-18-2012, 10:57 PM   #1
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I'm looking to buy a new AR for varmit hunting. I don't want the collapsible stock because it will strictly be used for varmints. I like the Remington but it's a little out of my price range. Any suggestions? Stag, DPMS, Ambush? Any help is appreciated.

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Old 04-18-2012, 10:58 PM   #2
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What's your price range?

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800 to 1000. Maybe a lil higher.

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Does that include optics?

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Are you looking for new or used? Your in the price range of a new windham ar. Not sure what else is in the price range. Used m&p's usually run around $750.

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Does not include optics. And I might be willing to get up to about 1200. I want a new one. My brother in law is a dealer so I can get them as cheap as possible. I just wanna choose the right one.

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Look into Rock River varmint rifles as well. And if they're too much, you can also build one off their website to lower the price some

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I started with a Rock River Match rifle looking for a good coyote gun. To heavy. I would highly recomand the the RR Coyote. I have a good friend with one and it is the best you will ever find in my oppenion.

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I'm looking to buy a new AR for varmit hunting. I don't want the collapsible stock because it will strictly be used for varmints. I like the Remington but it's a little out of my price range. Any suggestions? Stag, DPMS, Ambush?
RRA, STAG, DPMS all make a good varmint rifle. Others like BCM and DD can be "customized" when ordering and you would end up with a fine rifle too. But or $1k you could probably build your own with top quality parts and have a tack driver of a rifle
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For that budget you might as well get quality. BCM, Daniel Defense are w/i your price range and offer a great value and no guess work (will it be a lemon?). Since you have the money there's no reason to settle.

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