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Hello, first post from WA State


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Welcome from MA. Many of the guys here definately have expensive taste but will also give you more affordable quality options if you ask. However, with choices like LaRue and LWRC it sounds like you're already willing to open up your wallet and wear the magnetic strips off your CC yourself. Good luck.

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Haven't we learned anything from big GOV?? It's not about what you can afford...it's never going to work unless you keep throwing credit at it. When you run out on one card, give yourself another. You deserve it. Also, if you don't go deeper into to debt...you hate children,the elderly and poor people...so it must be the right thing to do.

Welcome from San Diego. The weather is nice here...but I'm surrounded by ...well, I guess we can just call them democrats.

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welcome fellow WA resident. I'm assuming you're somewhere close to central WA since you're  doing 800y.


can't go wrong with either of those brand. Like everyone said, it comes down to what you can afford. 

^^ And how long you're willing to wait? Both of those you mentioned are the cream of the crop. The Larue OBR is a DI gas operated rifle, they are known to shoot sub .5 moa . The LWRC "REPR" is short stroke gas piston operated rifle known to shoot .5-1.0 moa, it's a little heaver than the Larue. They were priced about the same last time I checked but the repr comes with better furniture & my guess is they would take 6 - 12 months to get if you order either one. You might find a REPR on GB but I've never seen a Larue there. For the LWRC REPR this is their top dealer http://www.northwesttactical.us.com/

Here's a few more top tier 308AR's > http://www.lmtstore.com/complete-weapon-systems-firearms-guns/308-modular-weapon-system-black-barrel.html .... http://www.jprifles.com/1.2.5_LRP07.php ... http://www.lesbaer.com/AR308.html .... http://www.armalite.com/ItemForm.aspx?item=10SBF&ReturnUrl=Categories.aspx?Category=f4bd4a13-55d1-41aa-aea0-49488ec48776  ...  http://www.knightarmco.com/portfolio/sr-25-ecr/?cate_cm=commercial&term=sr-25&features=sr-25-ecr  ...http://www.pof-usa.com/20-p308-black.html

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Time, also keep in mind that things like mags can be swapped between all of the above mentioned rifles (as soon as you have more than one.....which you will), except for the Armalite. They take their own mags for the "B" pattern rifles. The "A" pattern uses the same style of mags as the rest of them. With that being said, as my tag line says, I love all of my Armalites. especially the SASS, and they're all the "B" pattern.

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Bahaha you know i'm just kidding bro, I almost pulled the trigger on a Armalite SASS, but decided i'd upgrade to a




















cmmg. >:D  <laughs>  <lmao>  <laughs>  <lmao>  :sign10:

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