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Old 11-21-2012, 06:10 PM   #1
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If you were to buy ANY .223 on the market under $2500, what would it be? Why?

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Old 11-21-2012, 06:46 PM   #2
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My own builds. Because they come just the way I want them! And I can put together two complete rifles with your budget.

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LOL, yeah with that budget? Go crazy! Personally, Id build the baddest 3 gun rifle I could from the best parts on the market. The only time I every truly enjoy shopping. I'd spend a few months in research just for the fun of it.

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+1 with build your own. Can build at least 2 rifles with best brands of parts.

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Probably either a custom LMT or a Stag Arms

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What are you wanting one to do. What type of shooting. You could buy a RRA varment, fully capible of 3/8" moa , instill a AR gold trigger and a sightron 8-32 30mm tube scope and be at 2500 dollars and have a rifle to shoot with any AR at 500 to 600 yards and be competive with the right load.

If you want a bench rifle go to 6mmbr/accurateshooters and find a builder near you and deside on there action brand of choice. Many top end shooters build rifles too. 1500 dollars build a heck of a rifle . spend the rest on rifle rest, loading equipment or optics

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What are you wanting one to do. What type of shooting. You could buy a RRA varment, fully capible of 3/8" moa , instill a AR gold trigger and a sightron 8-32 30mm tube scope and be at 2500 dollars and have a rifle to shoot with any AR at 500 to 600 yards and be competive with the right load.

If you want a bench rifle go to 6mmbr/accurateshooters and find a builder near you and deside on there action brand of choice. Many top end shooters build rifles too. 1500 dollars build a heck of a rifle . spend the rest on rifle rest, loading equipment or optics

Good point. Does the $2500.00 budget include optics?
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under 2500$ in 223... bravo company 16" midlength and an acog. still got room a few mags or spare parts

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$2500 should include anything and everything to put on your rifle.

I want an all-around awesome rifle for graduation coming up, but it's main purpose will be SHTF. I'm considering building off of an XCR or an SR556 right now.

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No clue but i'd spend $2,000 on the gun and sights/optic and the rest on ammo.

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