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If you were going to buy an AR .... what manufactures upper/lower would you go with?
 

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Either route .. I went through a phase of AK and Saiga collecting and now wanting to dabble into ARs. Just start researching but so many different options and manufactures out there.
 

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Several years ago I had one built from a former army ranger, 20" barrel, picitany rails, 3x9x40 scope in .556 thinking I wanted it for varmint hunting. The thing weighs a ton. Now I want to build a stripped down model for when the zombies attack, I'm sure that's the next big thing to come along.
 

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Spoke to my son, who is a gun nut for AR's. He said Daniel Defense is your best option, since all the internals have been modified.

With Colt, to get the fine internals, cost alot of extra $. The Daniel Defense rifles run between $1500-$4000.

A good one is a DDM4 V1. It shoots a .556 or a DDM4 V7 PRO. Then you add the sights you want.
 

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Spoke to my son, who is a gun nut for AR's. He said Daniel Defense is your best option, since all the internals have been modified.

With Colt, to get the fine internals, cost alot of extra $. The Daniel Defense rifles run between $1500-$4000.

A good one is a DDM4 V1. It shoots a .556 or a DDM4 V7 PRO. Then you add the sights you want.
Appreciate the lead! Helps a lot.
 

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I dont have an ex wife. If I made one now it would cost to much.
 
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