Originally Posted by mjkeat
They way I look at it is everyone is capable of doing something good but what impresses me is the ability to do it over and over. I'm not into gambling on if I'll get a good AR or not. The last thing I want to do is play the warranty game mailing **** back and forth over months leaving w/o my money and AR.
And that's exactly what it comes down to - pay enough to get something reliable instead of paying less and chancing having to find out how good customer service is. The best customer service is the one you never have to use.
Now I know any brand can have a problem but I'd rather go with the odds on something as important as a firearm.
The biggest issue with assembling an AR isn't so much getting the parts together right - it's getting the right parts together.
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