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1 hour ago, dontsleeponit said:

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You get so much for your money with the Primary Arms products, I can't recommend them enough for someone on a budget. 

What I can attest to with Primary Arms is they have great customer service & warranty. I bought their Aimpoint replica years ago, I had a hard time getting a good zero from it and it actually broke through adjusting it too much to find a good zero. I emailed them, they sent me a free shipping label & they gave me a full refund no questions asked. I would buy from them again if I needed to, but I ended up buying an EOTech to replace it with.

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Primary Arms is legit.  In 2010 I would be like, NO CHINESE OPTICS!  But they have stepped up their game.  Granted, they also upped their pricing but it's still great value. 

Primary Arms scopes and O-Light flashlights, both I would use on a defensive rifle.

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2 hours ago, Ray Ray said:

Primary Arms is legit.  In 2010 I would be like, NO CHINESE OPTICS!  But they have stepped up their game.  Granted, they also upped their pricing but it's still great value. 

Primary Arms scopes and O-Light flashlights, both I would use on a defensive rifle.

I have a PA optic on my 308.. its really good IMO.. I mean I am sure it doesn't compare to some of the absurd glass that is out there.. but from my experience.. it works just fine.. 

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Swapped out the EOTech for the MRO, looks sleek, let’s hope it performs well

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And one for Colion Noir’s #SteelWaiting movement

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It's important to have the right tools in any endeavor... For the folks that have never been to the range... I figured you guys would appreciate the effort in advertising Gun For Hire/Woodland Park Range took as a selling point. 

Behold! The right tool! Fully functional... (click to enlarge)...
 

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On 1/28/2018 at 2:29 PM, gimmemym1 said:

So its raining and I'm bored so i figured I'd share one of my newer toys. 

Daniel Defense stock

Sharps Bros The Jack lower

Gibbz G4 side charger 

Vortex red dot

Cmc single stage trigger

Fortis Night Rail

Faxon Firearms .223 wylde

All cerakote done by Blown Deadline

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That is awesome!

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Which side charging upper is that?

ASA - American Spirit Arms

It needs a special bolt carrier, or you can machine your own like I did, but I'm really happy with it.

Some more info from my build...

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Rifle has a few different parts on it now, ergo grip, troy sights...

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I went to the gun shop yesterday to buy a cheap AR to modify, ended up with a modestly priced AR-10 :)

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LOL

10 minutes ago, High Exposure said:

What are you? Some kind of noob?

Details man! Details!

I got the Windham Weaponry .308 16", after uncle sam's cut and my permission to the NJSP it was $1580 out the door. I've been wanting to get a .308 rifle for a bit, and since we don't know what the hell is going to happen in this state with our "assault" weapons there's no better time than now to buy one I suppose. I've had my eye on a few of them in similar price range that i've seen online, never heard of many of these companies, but I was able to see one in person at my local gun shop and put my hands on it. Windham's a pretty good company and for the price I can't complain. 

I don't plan on shooting it anytime soon but plan to change out some things, I want the Magpul MOE+ stock, not a fan of that one that is on it along with a MOE+ pistol grip. Then I'll find a piece of glass to put on it and we'll see how she shoots :)

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FYI, NICS has been backlogged again. I went in to buy this friday night at 5pm and couldn’t pick it up until 1pm saturday. It’s the longest i’ve ever waited for a NICS check. I guess that’s what a liberal governor will do to the gun community. Every gun shop I’ve talked to lately has said they can’t keep AR’s or AK’s in stock

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Finally built my first AR today.

 

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- Stag Lower - Andover Hunt and Fish - $99.99 + Tax/Nics = 120.56

- Complete Upper w/ BCG and Charging Handle - http://www.wisearms.com - $274.98

- Bravo Company Buffer Assembly - http://www.bravocompanyusa.com - $57.95

- Magpul MOE Fixed Carbine Stock - http://www.amazon.com - $32.96

- VG6 Precision Gamma 556 EX - http://www.graniteridgeoutfitters.com - $54.39

- Hogue Grip - Free.

- LPK/Trigger - Free. 

- Flambeau Tactical Case - http://www.amazon.com $37.19

- Hexmag 15/30 Magazines x2 - http://www.sportsmansguide.com - $21.58

I had ordered parts over a period of a few months. My first build was 100% a "budget build". I haven't completely priced everything out yet but it should be just around $600. 16" barrel plus the brake, OAL of rifle comes to just shy of 34.5". I'll update the post with the prices for each shortly. 

UPDATED - All pricing is now included. Total build was $599.62 including case and mags. It came to $540.85 for the rifle itself. 

 

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2 hours ago, InFamous said:

Finally built my first AR today.

 

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- Stag Lower - Andover Hunt and Fish - $99.99 + Tax/Nics = 120.56

- Complete Upper w/ BCG and Charging Handle - http://www.wisearms.com - $274.98

- Bravo Company Buffer Assembly - http://www.bravocompanyusa.com - $57.95

- Magpul MOE Fixed Carbine Stock - http://www.amazon.com - $32.96

- VG6 Precision Gamma 556 EX - http://www.graniteridgeoutfitters.com - $54.39

- Hogue Grip - Free.

- LPK/Trigger - Free. 

- Flambeau Tactical Case - http://www.amazon.com $37.19

- Hexmag 15/30 Magazines - http://www.sportsmansguide.com - $21.58

I had ordered parts over a period of a few months. My first build was 100% a "budget build". I haven't completely priced everything out yet but it should be just around $600. 16" barrel plus the brake, OAL of rifle comes to just shy of 34.5". I'll update the post with the prices for each shortly. 

UPDATED - All pricing is now included. Total build was $599.62 including case and mags. It came to $540.85 for the rifle itself. 

 

Optic? Buis? 

Looks good!

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check out a site like DVOR or even Amazon you can get a nice set of BUIS on there for cheap sometimes. For an optic don't go cheap. A great optic and a good trigger can make any rifle great. I highly recommend the Trijicon MRO if you're looking for a Red Dot. It's on the lower end of costs for a quality optic. If you want a scope, go with a Nikon if you don't want to spend crazy money but a good quality scope.

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9 hours ago, InFamous said:

For now I have Ozark Armament Flip Up Backup Iron Sights. I'll try to find where I got them...they were cheap. Optic will be sometime in the future. Thank man!

infamous...when you bought your upper did you find one without a flash hider or did you have the shop swipe it out for a break?  I have slower that’s sitting all alone and have been searching for a complete upper but always get “iffy” that they’ll send me a non compliant one

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3 hours ago, NJSigfan said:

infamous...when you bought your upper did you find one without a flash hider or did you have the shop swipe it out for a break?  I have slower that’s sitting all alone and have been searching for a complete upper but always get “iffy” that they’ll send me a non compliant one

I called in to the owner and asked him to send it without the flash hider. He even gave me a $10 discount! I'm pretty sure it's a small operation. The owner is Tim who is super nice and easy to deal with. I ordered it on a Wednesday early evening, he shipped it Friday and I got it the Tuesday after I think.

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Just finished 2 builds in the past couple days.

 

1: DTI carbine 16" upper, on a Spikes NJGF's lower, seekins trigger guard, seekins amb safety, CMMG brake, Magpul MOE stock, grip, and angled foregrip, spikes LPK, Mega ambi charging handle, rear DTI flip up, front A2, Magpul BAD lever.

 

 

2: Radical 18" upper in .300 blackout, BCM gun fighter brake, BCM Nickel Boron FA BCG, Midwest PX billet lower, ALG Combat trigger and LPK, Magpul MOE rifle length stock, MOE girp, MOE front angle foregrip, Diamond Head flip up's, BCM Ambi charging handle, Magpul BAD lever. 35192667676c97b1e87748a6a3c7a190.jpg65a68d7126840ad62f76382f8e4f2a8a.jpg

 

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infamous...when you bought your upper did you find one without a flash hider or did you have the shop swipe it out for a break?  I have slower that’s sitting all alone and have been searching for a complete upper but always get “iffy” that they’ll send me a non compliant one
I always get them non compliant. I have a whole bunch of useless A2 flash hiders. I think I'm going to make them into keychains. Lol.

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Finally built the NJGF lower huh?
Yep. Been looking at it for a long time sitting in the safe. I still have 3 or 4 more stripped lowers in there. That was the first one I grabbed lol.

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Bored last night. Built this a out of stuff laying around.

14.5" barrel 5.56

Pro Comp brake pin and weld

Low profile one piece gas block

SLR 12.5 M-lock

Angled foregrip Magpul

Aluminum 11 slot M-lock Picatinny rail

FA BCG

Magpul Mbus flip ups

Aero stripped lower

LWRC trigger guard

BCM Gun Fighter Ambi charging handle

Standard LPK (missing the buffer retainer spring!!! Grrrr! Had a spare with a stainless retainer too)

Ambi safety (timber Creek)

Ambi mag release (LJS AR Parts)

QD ring

Mill spec buffer/Tube (Midwest PX)

AEON Tac LWB stock (Rainier Arms)

Magpul grip

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