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Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by Uptown_General_Roc, Dec 2, 2012.
I'm looking to but a AR-15 not to Pricey
Good luck with this one....but I say Palmetto State Armory.
DPMS or Bushmaster are about the most affordable.
Yeah I was thinking Bushmaster or Smith & Wesson M&P
The M&P is going to coast you. The M&P sport is the cheap one.
but if you are on a budget, there is nothing wrong with the sport. They left off some of the non-essentials but it is well made accurate and reliable
The M&P Sport is the best AR for under $850. Very accurate, and mine ate steel right out of the box.
If you are on a budget buy the Sport, or build one. Keep an eye out for used AR's as well.
I'd say PSA is the best at the <$800 range. You can get it real close to $700 with sales.
I have the Sport model and it was a steal at $650 (tax included) at the local sporting goods store. I've found them on the web for even less, as low as $550, but supplies don't seem to last too long from what I read on the various gun sites.
I paid $699+tax for this one not to long ago. Its a fine carbine made by a often overlooked company IMHO.
Windham src 799.00$ i got one n love it i have not had any problems yet an it has a lifetime transferable warranty. It loves cheap ammo to. Lol Deff worth checkin out. My walmart has them in stock. Windham is a newer company but old bushmaster plant an alot of bushmaster old employees.
For that price point, look into a PSA upper and get a spikes or lower.
I've had a Bushmaster Dissapator for quite a while,
It's a damn nice weapon for an "economy" model. It has served me quite well.
But no way is it even in the same league with my Colts.
\Never fired a PSA, but I've been around the forum long enough to know that you can take Quentin's word for anything AR.