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Old 03-29-2013, 05:01 AM   #1
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Hey everyone, looking for some ideas on outfitting my Bushmaster ar15. Anyone feel like posting some pics and description please do so, thanks

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Old 03-29-2013, 05:32 AM   #2
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Hey everyone, looking for some ideas on outfitting my Bushmaster ar15. Anyone feel like posting some pics and description please do so, thanks

I would absolutely post some picture and description if I had any idea what your Bushmaster ar15 looked like or what you wanted it to look like. I know it is a cliche, but really all you need at this point is a great set of sights a quality RDS lots of ammo magazines and training/trigger time. How you later decide on "outfitting" your ar will be a choice only you will know the answer to. In any case have fun think it through and let us know what you do.
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Check out SJC compensators, I love mine. The guy shooting next to me won't like it but I will

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I agree with the above post. But if you are wonting to change the hand guard, stock, grip ext... Magpul is always a favorite for everyone. I'm sure most agree that for the price and style you can't do much better than magpul. Unless you are into long distance shooting and won't a free float hand guards.

Most top manufacturers offer models with MOE. There is a reason for that.

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My Ar is at the top
Sjc comp
Ctr stock
Troy battle rail
Yhm qds flips sights
Surefire fury w/offset
Bipod
Spikes nb BCG
Aimpoint pro
3x magnifier w/larue fts
I think that's all lol


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There is an AR picture thread and a search tool. Both should help you get an idea of what you're leaving looking for.

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My Ar is at the top
Sjc comp
Ctr stock
Troy battle rail
Yhm qds flips sights
Surefire fury w/offset
Bipod
Spikes nb BCG
Aimpoint pro
3x magnifier w/larue fts
I think that's all lol
This is a better pic

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I will definitely post some pics here later of my ar. Ultimate sig-how much is the scope set up you have on your ar, if you don't mind me asking.

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I will definitely post some pics here later of my ar. Ultimate sig-how much is the scope set up you have on your ar, if you don't mind me asking.
Aimpoint pro ran about $600, Mako mag ran about $100 and Katie mount cost $160
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When I get a chance later I'll post a pic. I've done a couple things to my ar but would like a few more add ons.

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