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[accessories] D&H 5.56 30 Round Aluminum Magazine $6.99
[Handgun] Sig Sauer P365 (with XRAY3 Night Sights) - $499
Odds someone comes in here talking about how much cheaper they could build a PSA that goes bang?
I can build this with cans and the spirit of America for under $25.
I mean I built my PSAR-15 for less than $400 so.......
wHy PaY sO mUcH wHEn pSa cHEaP?
Listen, we are within spitting distance of a sub $300 AR-15 once Black Friday rolls around
I can already hear a bald eagle shedding a single tear of joy.
IIRC $259 PSA AR kits just needed a lower to be “complete”. So a $30 lower and you have under a $300 AR.
Assuming you can find someone to transfer it and ship it for free :)
Or your lgs isn’t shit...
If that promo come back for free shipping 👌
Mine is, and I have a $50 transfer fee to contend with ;v;
Commiefornia sounds like to me. We have a $25 for pistols and $10 for rifles. Luckily my lgs keeps lots of lowers in stock so no transfer fee
Would you believe it if I told you Wisconsin? Because it's Wisconsin my dude, more specifically Milwaukee
Why would a gun shop charge less for rifle transfers?
LMT makes pretty good rifles, right?
A few weeks ago guys were listing the top tier brands in the comments and it was fairly well agreed on that LMT makes the best ARs around right now.
Yes, they make very nice rifles. The only potential downside to this particular one is that it uses a carbine length gas system instead of midlength. However, this is more "correct" for an M4gery.
I'd honestly rather have an LMT with carbine gas vs a "lesser" brand with midlength
Define lesser. Technically isn't BCM a "lesser" brand than LMT? Is Aero? Or were you specifically jabbing at Radical, BCA, PSA and the like?
The only manufacturer I'd rate above LMT is KAC.
Everyone knows we all love the KAC.
Everyone around here makes fun of me for being a KAC fanboy but I can't help it :(
I'd put LWRC above LMT in a heartbeat.
Based off history,reputation, gov contracts and innovations.Every part is built in house.BCM and DD are a small step down in comparison.
I'm talking PSA, S&W, Ruger, Radical, PSA, Del-ton, etc. They don't compare to higher end at all. I currently have a PSA, but I'm going to get my hands on an LMT ot or BCM soon. Aero is gtg, I'm building a rifle on one of their lowers right now actually
Yeah, that’s unfortunate that it isn’t midlength.
It's still plenty reliable, and like I said, carbine length is more correct for this type of rifle.
Except it's really not, no? Carbine gas system in an M4 barrel means 7.5 inches of gassed travel (dwell time). In a 16 inch barrel that is now 9 inches, and is out of the box over gassed. A midlength brings the gassed section down to 7 inches again, and the original M16 was 8 inches. I can't believe that the m4 and M16 weren't designed with the specific ratios so similar to each other by accident.
Carbine gas systems are correct on an M4gery, but the barrel length isn't and as a result is over gassed. Might as well get the midlength anyway since your barrel isn't correct to begin with and get the lower barrel:gas ratio.
I don't think a carbine/16 is bad, but personally I would rather have my dwell time more correct in comparison to the M16 and M4s than the gas system.
K N O C K D O W N P O W E R
Great rifle though
How much am I going to regret not getting this if I've been contemplating a higher end AR for awhile? The only thing holding me back is the money I'll have to tack on to eventually free float
My savings account really hates you all