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Old 09-11-2012, 09:45   #4
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I'd go with a 6920 if you have to have a fully built gun.

If you're not opposed to buying a complete lower (BCM, Colt, LMT) and a separate upper, BCM complete uppers can't be beat.

All of my ARs are factory Colt lowers with BCM uppers.

A lightweight 14.5" mid-length with a Battle Comp is about the softest shooting AR out there and is going to as light as possible.

I'm a Colt fanboy, but BCM just has better uppers when you want more than a Mil-Spec.
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