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Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by Shadyscott69, Feb 7, 2012.
If you had $1500-$2000 to spend on an AR, what would you be looking for?
what purpose will this AR15 serve?
If I had $2000 to spend on AR's I would build 3 myself......a simple k.i.s.s 5.56 house carbine, a 6.8 SPC Hunter and a 20" 5.56 varmiter. Buying one just makes you want to have more.....
For $2k, I would buy complete lower then choose whatever mutiple uppers suited my needs.
General purposes. Perhaps 3 gun.
Need more details, as that still leaves a lot of options open. I'd suggest reposting this in the Black Rifle forum, as you will get more replies from people that know ARs than you will in GFF.
If I was spending your money, Daniel Defense, Aimpoint, ammo.
That should pretty much take care of your $2K.
for $2000, the lwrc dea model....... regards-- deguelo
Eh, I'd build a couple with that cash but if had to buy a new, complete AR, I'd like to add a Colt LE6920, just because. It's well under your budget figures.
DD or RRA.
Set aside about $480 for some bulk ammo, PMAGS, a decent sling and a couple ammo cans.
La Rue, LWRC, Daniel Defense, or go Colt and mod it yourself!
My la Rue 556 shoots 1/2 to 1 moa all day long, and closer to 1/2. Easily the accurate ar I've ever shot.
Cold 6940 ammo and mags
I'd advise you to get a Colt 6920 from G&R tactical for $965 and an Aimpoint + Pmags and a training class.
I have this gun and it is all I need. I'd spend the rest on mags and ammo.
Shh someone will come on here telling the OP to buy a S&W Sportical or something soon enough and all the reasons why paying more than $565 is a waste of money.
Bravo Company Mid 16 and an aimpoint.
You should buy a S&W M&P 15-Sport. You don't need to spend $2K on a rifle because a S&W M&P 15-Sport is as good as any over priced $2K rifle.
J/K. Your high budget limit of $2K + your stated intent to compete in 3-gun matches indicates to me that the capabilities of the S&W M&P 15-Sport are not congruent to your needs.
For a bloke like me who plinks away at a range, it's just fine.