Ar15 vs. acr ?
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Old 09-25-2013, 04:57 AM   #1
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Which rifle do u prefer ?

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Old 09-25-2013, 02:29 PM   #2
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Olympic Arms .223 AR15 type flat top rifle. I built this rifle using an Olympic Arms flat top receiver, fitted with an Olympic Arms ultra-match 24 inch bull barrel. It is fitted with a free floating round handguard, a JP match trigger and topped with a 4-12 x 50mm mil-dot Tasco scope.. I have used it on groundhogs out to 300 yards using Military green tip M855 ammo - See more at: http://s285.photobucket.com/user/sniper762/media/GUNS/AR15MATCH.jpg.html?sort=3&o=51#sthash.6b7LIs9Z.dpu f

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That's cool thanks have u shot ether the acr or the scar ?

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acr total skip.

they claim the barrel returns to zero on swap or removal it doesnt.

its pretty much a 2000$ bushmaster ar15 that bushmaster isnt really making anything for. its kind of a dead system at this point.

if you want something high speed that has a ton of aftermarket support and continuing support that isnt an ar15 get a fn scar

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Can u get a more soled but stock for the scar?

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yes but the one it comes with is pretty damn good. ive got a scar17. im running a vltor scar stock on it

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A good AR, any day! The ACR is overpriced and underengineered.

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Wasn't Remington also involved with the ACR?

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I believe so

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Wasn't Remington also involved with the ACR?
Magpul, Remington, and Bushmaster.
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