I’m trying to decide between a beretta LTT or a .308 ar10. I don’t want to spend 2k on just the rifle but I want something reliable and accurate and the radical firearms RF10 looks pretty nice and the price is good but I can’t find much about them.
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Yeah, I don't think you are going to find much on them.
Now if you just want to turn money into the sound of 308 rounds flying downrange a couple times a year, it will likely suffice.
I have considered an AR10 type rifle recently and my budget option is the Colt CM762 for $1300-1400 these days. After that it is LMT.
A buddy of mine has a PSA AR10. He's been pretty happy with it. Said without really developing any loads for it shooting off the shelf. It shoots around 2MOA.
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Diamondback makes a great value on guns.
Here is a link to their db10. street prices are pretty good on these.
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A friend of mine got a great deal on the Ruger AR 10. Very nice rifle, good trigger, and he got it for a great price used. It's worth looking into what you can get one for, as they are well made.
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Nobody has one huh? I’m surprised since it looks pretty decent on paper, all parts are made in house and it has a hand lapped barrel and billet receiver. I will prolly just go with the beretta for now and wait a bit before I think about it again. My only problem with buying a 2k gun is the added cost of a good scope/bipod ect.
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The Colt .308 guns that are going for like $1400 is a bargain. Compare that to a LMT of Nights or Larue or other top line .308...
The radical .308 will always be a $900 gun, but that Colt .308 WILL be a $2500 gun in the next few years...
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