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Old 11-25-2011, 09:59 PM   #21
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I'm thinking that I may just buy a Daniel defense complete setup. Are they pretty descent?

"...rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm." /G\
Daniel Defense are some of the best in my opinion. My next build is going to be with DD components. It's probably gonna be a 14.5 Mid-Length LW. Just gotta get together some funds.

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Mines been through hell and back and still shoots amazingly. I paid $1100 for my DD used and i still shoot it religiously.

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If your in the market for a combat type rifle and you're shying away from the SCAR for a DI AR I'll have to throw my name in the + for DD. I will throw out another option, BCM. BCM will run a hundred or so less $ than DD and offer a very solid platform for any sort of shooting you deside on.

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I really want a kac now that I've heard about em and researched them. But Im just thinking " how much better can kac be than dd? "

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KAC is great but it does have many proprietary features and costs more than DD, BCM and Colt which are plenty good for a fighting rifle. Terrific choice though.

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I agree. I have come close to purchasing a SR15 a couple times put always shy away. One reason being the reports that it desn't like under powered ammo. It sure is cool though.

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I've also heard that about low powered ammo - I.E. cheap ammo that many of us practice with. Also it would bother me that I couldn't buy a replacement bolt from multiple sources, KAC has a proprietary bolt design. This is one case where the saying "two is one and one is none" really could bite you!

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Hmmm.....DD it is I think.

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Really got a glitch in me for wanting the best of the best though...ah decisions decisions.

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Also, what is the main differences between the DD V1, V2,...etc.? BTW I'm gonna be using this rifle for home defense and the go-to when the S hits the fan...any other recommendations are accepted.

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