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Damn!!! Thats nice!!
It is true that 1911’s will give you GAS (Gun Acquisition Syndrome).
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Thats a pretty nice looking AR.
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I'll stick with the M&P10. $500 cheaper and a pound lighter. If you feel the need for a piston AR the Rugers are very nice, it's just that I'm not a fan of pistons in my AR.
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I sold my SR556 rifle because it was very front end heavy. I suspect the 308 version is worse.
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For the $ could they have not put a great stock on it instead of that crappy, low-end $2 junk? How about a nice PRS?
This is just an possible observation on my part but maybe they put the cheaper buttstock on because quite a few shooters customize their modern sporting rifles with the buttstock that they prefer. By putting on an economy stock going out the door, they keep the initial price lower so that the tranistion to the optional stock won't be as costly. Look at all the aftermarket components for the 10/22. A lot of people buy the stock/out the door 10/22 and then proceed to sell the factory barrel, factory trigger group, factory stock, etc. on the internet. They then take that money and proceed to heavily customize the receiver with custom aftermarket stocks, custom bull barrels, custom trigger groups, custom sights/scopes, etc. that they want on THEIR CUSTOMIZED 10/22.