Thanks for all the input guys! I called and had them hold it for me, and went back the next day and put it on layaway. I don’t need another AR really, but had been halfheartedly looking for a cheapish rifle that I could use for a beater, or one that didn’t necessarily have to stay in the safe all the time. I was thinking a used M&P, but I like this much better. I bought a Daniel Defense rear sight for it already, and will add a light and a sling. I told myself I wasn’t going to put a red dot on it, just keep it simple, but I’ve found myself looking at options, lol.
10mm lays waste to entire cities, cuts through diamonds and will tear Superman a new asshole. - Parabellum
Sex offenders can not be rehabilitated. It's in their wiring. They should not be released back into the general public. On the other hand they should not be warehoused either. I think they should be executed.....Spectre
When someone tries to kill you, it doesn't matter how they are doing it. You're in mortal danger, and it's time to try to kill them back.
Kill every last one of these goddamned animals. We need a president with balls. We need leadership. We should be carpet bombing these barbarians wherever we find them, and we should be looking for them 24/7. We have to unleash Hell upon them. They understand nothing but death, so death is what we should bring them, wholesale.... Para
I left "practical" behind many years ago. It was covered with my first Glock 19. (Fredward)
The "Small Arms Solutions" video that Para provided was really informative. That narrator always does an outstanding job without all the hocus pocus bullshit drama like so many on youtube. If I were limited to choosing 5 firearms-related youtubers, he'd be one of them.
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I have the "Enhanced" version from 5 or so years ago. I've upgraded the Sig holo red dot to a Burris AR 332 3x Prismatic for better utility out to 300 yards.
This is an excellent rifle. Very smooth operation, accurate even with 55 grain reloads, and nice built in features, such as single point sling sockets on the receiver, ambi selector, and grip grooves on the front of the magwell.
In addition, it has a tension screw that is adjustable to ensure tight, no rattle upper to lower fit.
I love mine, and while I have put an ALG ACT trigger in it, the stock trigger was better than that in a Colt 6920.
"I will fight until Hell freezes over and then fight on the ice."
Captain William Mattingly at the Battle of Bulltown, West Virginia 1863
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