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MikeBofAZ 11-21-2012 06:02 PM

No need to purchase my first AR-15
 
After like 8 months of research and deciding on a Colt LE6920 as the best rifle for me as my first AR I decided to wait to buy it after my wedding Jan 11 2013. I found out this morning that my groomsmen have pitched in and are buying it for me as my wedding present. I don't come from a ton of money or have a 6 figure job and I am paying for a relatively extravagant wedding at a local County Club on my own so money has been tight. My friends have seen my struggle and understand my passion for the gun and said this was what they wanted to do for me. Besides being very grateful I realize I need to do something in return to show my gratitude. That's where you guys come in! What do you guys (and girls) think would be a good groomsmen gift for 4 guys that are getting me my dream firearm?

Any suggestions will help. I'm kinda at a loss for ideas and know I need to do something cool for them.

Thanks for your help in advance and btw I'm 24 and my groomsmen are between 23 and 30

Gone_South 11-21-2012 06:21 PM

That is awesome.

As far as gifts for the awesome groomsmen it's really hard to say without knowing them or what their fancy or taste is. I know a lot of my friends really appreciate a good bottle of scotch or whiskey but we are in the 50 year old range.

Quentin 11-21-2012 06:26 PM

budget? ...

MikeBofAZ 11-21-2012 06:28 PM

I'd like to stay within a grand total not trying to be cheep just can't afford much more

potentialglock 11-21-2012 06:32 PM

Take them all to the range and have a good time with ur gun!

MikeBofAZ 11-21-2012 06:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by potentialglock
Take them all to the range and have a good time with ur gun!

That's actually what I was thinking buy a ton of ammo and a good lunch afterwards

racer_x 11-21-2012 06:38 PM

Good bottel of Crown goes along ways even in the 40 year old bracket. lol But i think the range time sonds great!!

okdonk 11-21-2012 06:46 PM

I agree with buying tons of ammo and enjoying with your friends. Congrats on your coming wedding btw!

indykappa 11-21-2012 06:54 PM

+1 on the range trip

Cattledog 11-21-2012 07:02 PM

You know with that budget you might be able to swing a tactical training course for all of you. Some of them are all inclusive trips that take a few days to complete. I have no idea where you are so I can't say whats close but they are everywhere.

Whatever you do I'm sure those guys are going to want some trigger time with your new colt. So do that regardless.


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