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Is there any reason why I shouldn't buy a DPMS Oracle AR-10?

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I'm fairly new to ARs, got a M&P Sport II and I like it. Now I'm thinking of getting an AR in 308. I will probably sell one of my L1A1s to fund the AR-10 but I have several L1A1s so no biggie. I have read good things about the DPMS Oracle and I like looks of it. I will probably put a scope on it and call it good.
Is there any good reason why I shouldn't buy one?
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A crazy number of AR-15 rifles have passed through my hands and I've had a good number of DPMS rifles, parts and components of every kind. Not one bad word about them has ever come out of my mouth.

There are some versions that omit the forward assist and even the dust cover. I tired of them very quickly and rebuilt them in the more familiar form, pronto. They may have been just fine. I just didn't like them.

Buy DPMS products with confidence and beware of advice that begins: "I heard............."

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I would be happy with 2" or les groups, I'll bet that's as good as most.
I like the comment about the CSA flag at the end of your posts. I live in the Deep South now and I fly that flag on my Kubota RTV. Unfortunately history is written (and often distorted) by the winners. As a former Italian citizen I did not have a dog in this fight (the Civil War). But I think I know how you feel. I had relatives who died on the wrong side of WWII. Some were drafted, some volunteered. They thought they were on the right side and fought bravely. Their memory must be honored.
 
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