What is your thought on LWRC Trident Concepts M6A2 Rifle? Help boys has my check book

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    What is your thought on LWRC Trident Concepts M6A2 Rifle? Help boys has my check book

    B]Hope all is well,

    Looking for anyone who may have proís/Conís for the LWRC Trident Concepts M6A2 Rifle, besides the price. Or range report.

    Any info helpful, son thinks it is a have to have.[/B]

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    At $3100.00 you can buy a heck of a lot cheaper,but high quality gun and have a ton of money left for ammo and an Eotech Sight OMOYMMV
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    At $3100.00 you can buy a heck of a lot cheaper,but high quality gun and have a ton of money left for ammo and an Eotech Sight OMOYMMV
    Wow that's all I had to read...specs do sound good but wow. Not cheap....

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    I think you would have to be very, very wealthy to buy it.....or very foolish. This is a special run gun, only 500 are being made. Anytime I see a limited production run being made it makes me think that these guns are being marketed towards collectors (and have a collector price). There is no sane reason (other than cool factor) to put a fancy spiral flute on a working gun.

    There are some really nice, well made, hard working AR's out there for around half of what this gun costs.
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    I own two LWRC's and don't care for them. I won't be buying any more. I also won't be buying anymore heavy, useless piston guns. I'll spend over $2,000 on a DI Knight's Armament, but I wouldn't spend $1,500 for that LWRC or ANY piston gun for that matter. So, to me, it's not worth half of the asking price. I know some guys like them, but I've yet to take a serious carbine class where one lasted the whole time, if one was there at all. They are heavy and the hand guards get very hot. NOT a wise buy in my opinion.
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