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#23614 - lgninjaleetful
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(08/23/2016) [-]
recommend me ur favorite backup sights.

Need something spicy and gucci to put on my AR-10
#23643 to #23614 - roliga
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(10 hours ago) [-]
Troy or go home
#23644 to #23643 - lgninjaleetful
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(10 hours ago) [-]
>troy brand
#23645 to #23644 - roliga
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(10 hours ago) [-]
They're on our entire SRT's SBRs and the city PD's SRT SBRs. They're gucci af.
#23646 to #23645 - lgninjaleetful
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(10 hours ago) [-]
SRT?

yeah they are pretty gucci, but what about diamondhead BUIS sights?

Even MORE gucci IMO
#23647 to #23646 - roliga
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(10 hours ago) [-]
Special response team, essentially SWAT, except the SWAT acronym hasn't been used in our department or the city since the 90's since everyone has an AR in their car and is trained in building clearing so it's not really considered "special" weapons and tactics. BUIS is good too.
#23648 to #23647 - lgninjaleetful
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(10 hours ago) [-]
When I do apply for my jobs, I was thinking about applying for a SWAT team, or SRT as you call it.

Is it tough to get into? You said something about only major cities having those sorts of things, I would be willing to move to a major city to do that for a while, even if its dangerous
#23649 to #23648 - roliga
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(10 hours ago) [-]
Usually departments with more than 200 officers have them, I haven't seen an SRT on a smaller dept. before. It's not easy but it's doable if you're in good shape and smart.
#23650 to #23649 - lgninjaleetful
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(10 hours ago) [-]
My physical condition is great, im just a little on the lighter side, im not a lanky skeleton though. My grades are average.

Ill have to look at some department pages I guess, and maybe see if I can't find someone at my next law enforcement job fair.

I'd imagine the interview and hiring process is horrible, much like a DEA agent told me, its a long ride to get hired.
#23651 to #23650 - roliga
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(10 hours ago) [-]
Grades mean nothing when I say smart, I mean being able to think quickly, apply case law to situations, and know if what you're doing is legal or not. The hiring process for LEO is usually about 3 - 5 months, most dept.s require one year on patrol before you can go SRT/Patrol.
#23652 to #23651 - lgninjaleetful
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(10 hours ago) [-]
ech, im still gonna be in college for 2 and half years, and then a nother year a half if im lucky to become cop.

i hope its worth it
#23653 to #23652 - roliga
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(10 hours ago) [-]
College is not worth it, but if it's what you want go for it.
#23654 to #23653 - lgninjaleetful
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(10 hours ago) [-]
I get paid over 2k a semester to GO TO college though. Should I just apply for a LEO position right away when i hit 21? I was seriously considering that, if I were to get hired as a cop sooner, i could begin my career sooner and just climb up the ladder with my performance. and retiring earlier is also nice.

I mean, my end goal is a government LE job

#23655 to #23654 - roliga
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(10 hours ago) [-]
Climbing the ladder with performance is the best idea. Someone with 8 years of experience is going to test better for a sergeant position than someone with 5 years of experience who has a degree. But again, it's entirely up to you.
#23656 to #23655 - lgninjaleetful
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(10 hours ago) [-]
While I respect you, I still am having troubles being convinced here.

My father, from the time i was like 8, has crammed it into my head that I either go to college or be a useless piece of shit my whole life. I feel slightly brainwashed, im not sure exactly whats the right thing to do.

I want to be a cop as soon as I can, but i feel like college can be a benefit.
#23657 to #23656 - roliga
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(10 hours ago) [-]
That's how school is now. Teachers and parents force the idea that if you don't go to college you're worthless. I remember specifically in high school we had one guy who got his GED and dropped out his junior year, everyone thought he went on to do nothing with his life until we all found how he's running his own landscaping business making over $100k a year. A piece of paper from a college that says "Yay you did it" does not make a person instantly worth more, consider the thousands of people with degrees who cant find jobs. It's how badly you want it, and how hard you're willing to work that gets you far in life, not a degree.
#23658 to #23657 - lgninjaleetful
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(9 hours ago) [-]
Damn, true words.

College is literally getting me thousands of dollars for the right now, so i dont see why not still go until im 21 at least. But I think becoming a cop sooner might be my plan, ill have to think about it, since it goes against what ive been taught my whole life.

I havent taken any civil service test yet, that is important right? is it hard?
#23617 to #23614 - flnonymousseven
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(08/23/2016) [-]
you have an ar10? lucky...
#23618 to #23617 - lgninjaleetful
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(23 hours ago) [-]
not quite yet

im building one, still configuring the upper, buy my lower is done. and i wont be affording any glass for awhile, this build is about $1,700 dollars, but its probably going to rock at least.
#23619 to #23618 - flnonymousseven
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(19 hours ago) [-]
how are you even buying parts? everywhere I look, everything is out of stock
#23620 to #23619 - lgninjaleetful
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(19 hours ago) [-]
Well I went to next level armaments website and talked with their head engineer

www.nextlevelarms.com/contact.html

Curt was his name, cool as fuck dude. He personally built me a AR-10 Complete lower of their make, and it will be a matched lower to the next level arms/faxon firearms upper assembly I bought from the website ill link you below.

www.groundzeroprecision.com/collections/ar-10-lr-308-ar-large-bore-variant-upper-receivers/products/18-next-level-arms-faxon-premium-ar-308-upper-receiver-project-kit-free-shipping?variant=5972248513


If you have troubles with next level armaments, I was also looking at impact guns, which I think is a find online shop, i havent had much issue with them. They *HAD* AR-10 DPMS LR-308 Complete lower assemblies a week ago, but are right now on back order.

www.impactguns.com/dpms-308-lower-forged-wap4-stock-complete-308-lr-05ap4-884451000785.aspx

So if you wanted, you could put this item on backorder and get it within, i have no idea, could be 1 week, 1 month, perhaps 2 months at the latest. I made a backorder with them earlier this year, took 1 and half month to get a rifle, but it was worth it because the rifle was fucking hard to come by.

So, do some research, look around, look at the shit i posted, decide for yourself.
#23639 to #23620 - flnonymousseven
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(11 hours ago) [-]
after some research I think you can save a little bit of money AND get a better barrel on your upper kit by buying the parts separately and also making a few substitutions:

instead of this: www.groundzeroprecision.com/collections/ar-10-lr-308-ar-large-bore-variant-upper-receivers/products/18-next-level-arms-faxon-premium-ar-308-upper-receiver-project-kit-free-shipping?variant=5972248513
($952)

wouldn't it be better to go with this:

upper, $225 www.nextlevelarms.com/accessories308.html
bcg, $240 www.nextlevelarms.com/accessories308.html
better barrel, gas, and tube $350 faxonfirearms.com/20-heavy-fluted-308-win-rifle-length-416-r-stainless-steel-qpq/
charging handle, $52 www.primaryarms.com/bcmgfh762m4/p/bcmgfh762m4/
dust cover, $15 aeroprecisionusa.com/m5-308-ejection-port-cover-kit.html
muzzle, $29 www.primaryarms.com/am-31-308-ks/p/am-31-308-ks/

total: $911

might this work? or am I just autistic?
#23640 to #23639 - lgninjaleetful
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(11 hours ago) [-]
I wanted an 18 inch barrel, which is what i got, I don't care if its like, 1/4 an inch better at 100 yards really, Im going to a lighter weight ar-10, that barrel is too heavy for what I had planned, but it is cool, and you could totally go for it if you want.

I keep my guns "woods ready", which entails lighter weight and control-ability, with a shorter package.

Besides, im using the Same BCG in your links there. The only extra im paying for i think is the muzzle device in my package being a little better. and i got all my parts in one go, which is fine with me, because i get everything at once. Im a simple man. I dont care about 30-40 dollars much, i just got $2,500 dumped into my bank account from the GOVMENT

thanks though
#23641 to #23640 - flnonymousseven
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(11 hours ago) [-]
Ah, I see, plus you'll probably save money bc it's free shipping now that I think about it
One more question, whats the difference between faxon and balistic advantage? The barrels seem the same
#23642 to #23641 - lgninjaleetful
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(11 hours ago) [-]
I dont know, depends. I havent tested both nor have i seen reviews on both.

Faxon is alright. Just their ARAK system is garbage for the money it cost.

im sure ballistic advantage is fine too

google bro
#23621 to #23620 - flnonymousseven
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(18 hours ago) [-]
how much did he charge you for the custom lower? Could I ask him for one with no stock or buffer tube?
#23622 to #23621 - lgninjaleetful
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(18 hours ago) [-]
for a COMPLETE assembly, it cost me $524

He can also send you a stripped receiver, which is what i think you want. That would cost you around $200 I believe.

Since it is AR-10 style, the prices are higher
#23623 to #23622 - flnonymousseven
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(18 hours ago) [-]
that's a good price.

I honestly just want a bolt catch installed... that's the only part I can't instal my self.
#23624 to #23623 - lgninjaleetful
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(18 hours ago) [-]
Just tell him what you want, he was very helpful to me.
#23637 to #23624 - helpful ONLINE
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(15 hours ago) [-]
#23638 to #23637 - lgninjaleetful
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(13 hours ago) [-]
get out meme fag
#23625 to #23624 - flnonymousseven
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(18 hours ago) [-]
fuckin rad thanks memefam
#23626 to #23625 - lgninjaleetful
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(18 hours ago) [-]
Don't thank me memester, thank harambe
#23627 to #23626 - flnonymousseven
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(18 hours ago) [-]
one more question, what kind of mags do you prefer?
#23628 to #23627 - lgninjaleetful
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(18 hours ago) [-]
for AR-10s? or magazines in general?

I like steel/aluminum magazines.

I'm gonna buy some ar-10 magazines from fulton armory

www.fulton-armory.com/magazinetitan10roundsteel-1.aspx

And for my ar-15 I like aluminum magazines mainly, like Colt USGI. Lancers are really nice though, but expensive as hell. Lancer also makes AR-10 magazines, but they are also fucking expensive, but again, great magazines.
#23629 to #23628 - flnonymousseven
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(18 hours ago) [-]
but the next level website says that lower takes G3 mags

or is that "gen" 3?

it looks like a pmag, but I know AR10s don't take pmags
#23631 to #23629 - lgninjaleetful
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(18 hours ago) [-]
But there are issues with some fits, like with armalite AR-10s.

But yeah, i went into bass pro the other week, and saw a DPMS with a pmag in it, and i picked it up too, seems it works.
#23632 to #23631 - flnonymousseven
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(18 hours ago) [-]
okay cool. Just making sure.
#23609 - solynaaar
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(08/22/2016) [-]
So i was thinking about getting into guns, but i'm not sure where to start.
I have no experience shooting guns, but i have a general idea of how they function. (mostly from games, movies, and airsoft guns)
I was thinking about going to some handgun classes
I also kinda wanted to get a SMLE MkIII or a ishapore 2a1 (basically the same gun, just in .308 instead of .303 british)
Is it a bad idea to get a gun like that just for recreation?
#23615 to #23609 - woodsxdragon
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(08/23/2016) [-]
Start by visiting a gun shop and just looking around.
Classes and training is something worthwhile for sure. At the bare minimum take the NRA pistol classes.
The rifles aren't are bad way to go but ammos gonna be more expensive and your gonna need somewhere long to shoot at. Rifles at 100 yards can get boring quick.
#23610 to #23609 - lgninjaleetful
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(08/22/2016) [-]
1. Get what you want to get, nothing wrong with spending dollars to get something you will enjoy

2. Do your fucking research. When i was getting into guns I was pretty much just web surfing for information everyday on what I need to know and what I want to buy.

3. Don't buy things as you see them. Basically, dont buy off of emotion or a spur of the moment feeling. If you see something you are considering buying, wait a week, do your research, think about your budget, and think about your future with that gun and how much use and fun you will get out of it. Think hard

#23606 - skorpius
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(08/22/2016) [-]
I'm sure there have been a million threads like this, but here it goes anyway

Due to the current political climate and tension within the country, I'm becoming increasingly interested in buying a gun, probably a CC, but at this point I don't know much about this subject. I've researched getting background checks and permits in my state (WA) and the sort, but I don't know what would be a good first gun, since I wasn't really raised in a hunting or gun-loving family (I'm 21). I've fired a rifle and a shotgun a couple times before, but not much else. I don't really know what stores are good, and who could be giving me bad or good info, since I don't really know any better. Do you guys have any recommendations or tips? I'm not sure I'd ever go hunting, it would probably just be for home defense and shooting ranges.

TL;DR: Thinking about getting into guns, any suggestions or advice?
#23608 to #23606 - flemsdfer
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(08/22/2016) [-]
If you want it just for your home, I'd suggest a shotgun (something short and maneuverable), but it you feel you need a handgun, I'd find a range in your area that rents guns. Shoot some different calibers and see what you like the best, then start looking from there.
#23607 to #23606 - lgninjaleetful
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(08/22/2016) [-]
Get an AK-47

But seriously, do some fucking research
#23601 - flnonymousseven
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(08/21/2016) [-]
thoughts on 6.5 grendel?
#23603 to #23601 - lgninjaleetful
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(08/22/2016) [-]
its a meme
#23604 to #23603 - flnonymousseven
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(08/22/2016) [-]
is it a good meme?
#23594 - menown
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(08/21/2016) [-]
Am I doing it right
#23586 - Sunset
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(08/19/2016) [-]
Nobody should own a fully semi-automatic assault glock rifle with a multi clip. It's just common sense
#23596 to #23586 - beastybaconman
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(08/21/2016) [-]
Goddamn liberals tryin ta take our guns, I'll never give up my tactical assault glock & wesson 45
#23593 to #23586 - hatsune
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(08/20/2016) [-]
get out of here midget
nobody likes you
#23587 to #23586 - roliga
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(08/19/2016) [-]
xD u r so funny lmao jajaja
#23588 to #23587 - Sunset
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(08/19/2016) [-]
yes
#23569 - bendingtimeisgood
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Just bought my first gun, it's a nugget. I know that's not an ideal first gun, but I have some shooting experience already, and it was an amazing deal. $120 Can someone recommend a good cleaning kit?
#23616 to #23569 - woodsxdragon
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(08/23/2016) [-]
Any rifle cleaning kit should would. Start from breach and go to muzzle. May want to look for a cleaning kit or at least jags and brushes something in 312-314 diameter in case you've got a big bore.
I use hoppes, rem bright bore, or shooters choice depending on what gun for cleaning. Gun slick foaming bore cleaner is nice too. Lube is usually use fp10 and oiling I use safari land/breakfree clp.
#23583 to #23569 - duudegladiator
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(08/19/2016) [-]
Hoppes is kinda good, the problem i've experienced is getting the cleaning rod down and through without needing gravity to get it back.

My dad uses an old aluminum arrow shaft, with the cleaning patch at one end.

And make sure the cosmoline comes off before you fire the first shot, its a bitch to get off, so have fun. If its already off, you are in great shape.
#23584 to #23583 - bendingtimeisgood
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(08/19/2016) [-]
I'd imagine it's clean, because I got it from a friend who takes really good care of his guns. But yeah, I'll definitely double check.
#23573 to #23569 - bendingtimeisgood
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Pic related
#23598 to #23573 - Sewallman
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(08/21/2016) [-]
Not the one this guy used.
#23599 to #23598 - bendingtimeisgood
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(08/21/2016) [-]
wut?
#23600 to #23599 - Sewallman
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(08/21/2016) [-]
This is what happens when something is clogging your barrel,
#23556 - roliga
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Just ordered P2000 LEM, we border patrol now.
#23597 to #23556 - hudge
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(08/21/2016) [-]
Border Patrol and Homeland Sec. typically favor Sigs.
#23602 to #23597 - roliga
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(08/21/2016) [-]
Not even close
#23585 to #23556 - lgninjaleetful
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(08/19/2016) [-]
u should have gotten a glock
#23582 to #23556 - atoaster
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(08/19/2016) [-]
Wow, nice! Posting pictures?
#23539 - reaperssprint
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(08/17/2016) [-]
Ok guys, so I have a question for you. What do you buy for a grandpa who already has an arsenal in his basement? I'm looking to get him a birthday present, and I want to make it gun related, but I have no clue what to get. Any suggestions?
#23557 to #23539 - elsanna
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Get him some really nice grips for his 1911 that I assume he has.
#23558 to #23557 - reaperssprint
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(08/18/2016) [-]
I actually happened across a WW2 bayonet for $100, so I went for that
#23559 to #23558 - elsanna
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(08/18/2016) [-]
That works.
#23547 to #23539 - flemsdfer
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Maybe a really nice holster?
#23548 to #23547 - reaperssprint
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(08/18/2016) [-]
That may not actually be a bad idea. I was going to go to the nearby gun gallery and take a look there.
#23544 to #23539 - atoaster
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Spend some time shooting with him, if you don't usually?

I dunno.
#23542 to #23539 - hatsune
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(08/17/2016) [-]
get him a shitty card and put $20 in it like everyone else does.
#23543 to #23542 - reaperssprint
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(08/18/2016) [-]
The guy makes over $100,000 a year. I don't think that's the answer.
#23546 to #23543 - hatsune
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(08/18/2016) [-]
it's the thought that counts
#23540 to #23539 - lgninjaleetful
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(08/17/2016) [-]
AK-47
#23536 - baconbonanza
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(08/17/2016) [-]
hey guys, i found an ar 15 build kit for $465, is that a good deal?
#23549 to #23536 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
I bought a 300 blk kit for $380,

It shoots well, but has a shitty stock and grip. Buy a cheap kit and buy things to your satisfaction afterwords is my advice. It'll be a total of like $600 after making it to your liking, but if you just want a fire arm that shoots.. Feel free to keep the stock and what not.

daytonatactical.com/collections/ar15-rifle-kits-223-5-56/products/ar-15-rifle-kit-complete-with-10-quadrail-no-lower-unassembled - cheap .223/5.56 kit

daytonatactical.com/products/16-300-aac-blackout-complete-rifle-kit-no-lower - The one I bought (300 aac blackout)

Daytona tactical doesn't really have any reviews you can google search, other than people saying that it takes a while for their items to ship but I got my kit within 10 business days, the small parts are all together in colored bags based off what the parts are for. Like I said, the stock and hand grip is garbage but you can pick a decent stock for $60 from magpul and a decent grip for like $30. Hand guards if you want something else cost a bit more, but the hand guard I got on mine was fine enough for me.

I'd say it's an alright fire arm, but it's definitely a discount gun. That's my review of Daytona tactical, I'd also probably buy from them again. If you're looking for a cheap build over a quality build, I'd choose these guys and just replace the $100ish worth of things and still have a cheapo - alright gun.
#23561 to #23549 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
ahh, good old .300 aac. the balistics of an AK round with the price per bullet of a 7.62 nato.

such a great idea.

I actually have no idea what I'm talking about on this subject. someone explain the appeal of the .300? what justifies the price point?
#23562 to #23561 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Higher caliber rounds,
More mass, less velocity though.

Good for mid ranged targets. The next upper I'm getting a 500 beowulf, because why not. They're all fun to shoot.
#23563 to #23562 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
do you think they would be viable in a DMR build? Can you push 1moa out to 500yd?

I really want to do a DMR/SPR for my next build, but getting parts for an AR15 is so much easier than getting parts for an AR10.
#23564 to #23563 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
I hope this helps,

Also, you can fire 300 whisper rounds from a 300 blk as well.. If that makes you any bit happier with the 300 blk
#23565 to #23564 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
interesting, looks like it would do really well, like you said, at medium range.
#23566 to #23565 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
What are you currently using for your DMR?
#23567 to #23566 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
don't have one yet :\
#23568 to #23567 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Looking for semi auto or bolt action?
#23571 to #23568 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
hell I'm even willing to branch out to non-ar platforms if they're viable (fal, xcrm, etc. )

I want a semi 30 cal that can put 1moa groups out farther than I can shoot it, and won't jam up on a little dirt or water.
#23570 to #23568 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
semi. ideally like a repr or a sass but cheaper.
#23572 to #23570 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
How high of a price are you willing to go?
#23574 to #23572 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Ceiling is at 3k, but I'd like to shoot closer to 2k, so I can save some money for glass and brass.
#23575 to #23574 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Let me find some build/buy options for you and get back to you. Looking to buy or build?
#23576 to #23575 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
if it's an AR, build. anything else, buy.
#23577 to #23576 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Oaks. I'm not an expert on DMR builds but I'll research it and get back to after work tonight. (approx 10 hours from now.)
#23578 to #23577 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
hey thanks man I really appreciate that
#23579 to #23578 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
I sent you a short list of things. 20" barrel, precision stock, free float hand guard, 3lb pull weight trigger and all that other shit.
#23580 to #23579 - flnonymousseven
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(08/18/2016) [-]
sweet, thanks dud.! this is all good stuff at t decent price. so does accuracy mostly depend on the barrel, trigger and stock? does the BCG effect it at all?

also, would you mind helping me find some 7.62 nato options as well?
#23581 to #23580 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
When you're pulling harder on a trigger, you're pulling the gun with it. Barrel length will help to an extent at pushing something further, but there is also a problem with too much barrel as well, decreasing the velocity. I read that stocks are important as well, but idk personally about that one. Hand guards that are free float are better as well for some reason, you'll want something with a rail system of keymod system on the bottom so you can put a bipod on it (if you'd like that)

No matter what, you'll want a good BCG, even if it's for short range. I read somewhere that it could help with it, but I haven't really found anything else about that in a few google searches.

I'm not exactly great with nato stuff either. I'm not personally great with DMR stuff, but I did a bit of research. If anyone who's more knowledgeable is able to chime in and correct my ignoranced that'd be cool.
#23550 to #23549 - baconbonanza
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(08/18/2016) [-]
thank you, i really do appreciate it. as long as they're safe i dont mind buying from them, and i was just looking for a cheap build kit so that i have one. as long as it shoots and is accurate is really all i care about at the moment, can make adjustments later
#23551 to #23550 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Haha, I get it. If you're going to buy from Daytona Tactical, I really would suggest getting a better stock at least right off the bat. Daytona Tactical has some great deals, but that's because they've cut corners with the stocks and what not. You're better off getting something worth hitting you in the shoulder a bunch.

This is the upper after I put it together, I don't have any pictures of the complete fire arm on my computer.. Just the upper.

If you do buy from Daytona Tactical, just know that some of their parts are grouped together as well. I nearly had the buffer fly into my face while unpackaging the stock/buffertube/spring/buffer.

If you need any help/instructions on putting it together, let me know and we'll video chat. Just have pliers, roll pin punches, a hammer, allen wrenches and screw driver sets at the ready.
#23552 to #23551 - baconbonanza
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(08/18/2016) [-]
okay, thanks man ill friend you
#23553 to #23552 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Favorite the comment, that way it's easier to remember.

Will this be your first firearm? I mean putting them together isn't rocket science, but it helps to have been dicking around with guns before building one.

Also buy some gun lube, roll pins will be a lot easier to strike into place and you're going to want to lube the inside of the upper, charging handle and coat the BCG as well. You're going to need it around for proper care of the fire arm as well.
#23554 to #23553 - baconbonanza
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(08/18/2016) [-]
this will be my first time building one, i own about 8 guns all together but they were already assembled when i purchased them
#23555 to #23554 - Sewallman
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(08/18/2016) [-]
So it shouldn't be too bad then. You've got experience dicking around and know the fundamentals of how guns work.

Let me know if you need help.
#23541 to #23536 - hatsune
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(08/17/2016) [-]
sure it is if you want absolute fucking garbage.
#23545 to #23541 - lgninjaleetful
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Don't you just mean ARs ARE garbage?
#23537 to #23536 - lgninjaleetful
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(08/17/2016) [-]
buy the superior weapon

the AK-47
#23560 to #23537 - klowserpok ONLINE
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(08/18/2016) [-]
Thats a glock