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Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by ronin.45, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. ronin.45

    ronin.45

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    Anyone with firsthand experience yet. This looks to have some great features. Just wondering if its worth the crazy price.
     
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    faawrenchbndr CLM

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    Wow,....$3500 and change!

    Well it is a 7.62 and of a high quality. Seems to be about $800 more than a
    GOOD Armalite AR10
     
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    Have you considered LMT's new .308?
     
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    Man, for that money, I'd talk to GAP.
     
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    Had one for 3 weeks (16 inch) and sold it. Wont accept P-mags, only functioned with the C-products mags. Accurate, but the recoil :wow: And it is spendy $3100.00 on GB
    Gas system is like my M6A3, 4 position which is cool if your going to suppress it.The fit and finish was like all LWRC products, perfect.
    That said, I ordered an LMT .308 at the SHOT show, $1800.00 dealer cost
     
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    Thanks phxfa, I was wondering about Pmags. I like the gun but it is too much to not accept common mags.
     
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    The gun ran flawlessly with the C-products mags which are cheap and readily available. My biggest b**** was the recoil, like all piston AR platforms, they kick a little harder then DI guns or Im just a recoil p**** :embarassed:
     
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  8. ronin.45

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    I had bad luck with C products mags before so I am not excited about those being the standard. Pmags have revolutionized the AR mag market and any new gun should be set to run them IMO.
     
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    I'm going to a shoot next month and LWRC is attending. The main prize for the raffle is a REPR. If I win I'll sell it to one of you guys for a good price.:wavey:
     
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    I agree fully. That is why i cant stank AK's. You have that big piston, back and forth, back and forth. As opposed to the AR's, especially mine, that have the least amount of reciprocating mass as possible.
     
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    Some exhibit a vertical stringing problem, but not all. Unsure if this has been fixed.