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    I have a M&P15X....love it, great shooter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckles View Post
    I just got my 1st AR. I went with a CMMG bargain bin chrome lined 1:7 twist and all the other little bells and whistles. $675 shipped to FFL transfer $20...so less than $700. I got 2 magpul p mags at gun show $10 bucks each. I am adding Magpul MOE accessories, but you wouldnt have to.

    Yes this is a suppose to be a slightly used gun, but mine is free of any cosmetic flaws...looks like a brand new gun. I went out last weekend and put over 200 rds of .223 (cuz 5.56 is hard to find in my area) w/out a single hiccup.
    I'm of a mixed mind about CMMG. It appears as if they are getting serious about building quality ARs, finally. Except for their bargain bin guns, which appear to be awesome deals.

    However, their stated retail prices are the same as BCM, which is a known top tier maker. If I were paying full price for product, I'd be tempted to go BCM, until I know more about CMMG's improvements in product line.

    It would be really interesting to see how high quality CMMG has become. I'm interested in their claims vs. what they actually deliver.

    Personally, I'm not an AR snob. I'm interested in prices aligned with quality levels, though.

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    I also have a Colt LE6920. It's all you need and nothing you don't.
    A little pricey but no further enhancements to this rifle will be required.

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