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Old 06-13-2012, 02:24 AM   #1
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Default noveske vs larue vs yhm vs custom build

I am debating an ar purchase ive limited them down to 4 choices. Im either going with yankees yhm-8100, a basic noveske, a larue or building my own to my specific needs. I will be using this ar for 3 gun competition shooting and general target shooting. This is the funnest part next to decking out the ar and that's shopping for one

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Old 06-13-2012, 02:36 AM   #2
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I agree the shopping is fantastic. I stretched it out for a year. Buy a Noveske, I really would like one, but for now I could just live vicariously through you;-)

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I use the same rifle for 3Gun that I use in classes. Just a simple milspec BCM 14.5" LW w/ 13" Troy Alpha rail and 4 lb. trigger.

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I am debating an ar purchase ive limited them down to 4 choices. Im either going with yankees yhm-8100, a basic noveske, a larue or building my own to my specific needs.
all of the above
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Dog, anytime you want to go back to the old avatar is fine by me!
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I vote both Noveske and building it your own.

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Dog, anytime you want to go back to the old avatar is fine by me!
give me until the 15th?
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Lol so should i build my own noveske

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Lol so should i build my own noveske
You should!. But to get or hunt all the parts, takes time & patience. Also calculate for your own references, build vs buy, in cost factor.
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I'd get a Rainer Arms RUC, not much you have to do to it.

12.37" FF lightweight Rainer Arms hand guards by Samson
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