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Ar-15 Option

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by Outdoorxj, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. Outdoorxj

    Outdoorxj Wilsonville Active Member

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    I went to curts the other day and he has 2 Ar options a black one for 580ish and a tan one for 689 with magpul furniture... Ive heard great things about his build and shop, but was wondering if their is a better option for that price? :confused:
    Thank you!
     
  2. slimer13

    slimer13 Deer Park Well-Known Member

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    Prolly need some more details. Sport/slickside? Brand, sights, etc? You can build a pretty sweet AR with top shelf parts right now for 700 (or maybe a tad more) if you look for deals.
     
  3. PigNorton91

    PigNorton91 Washington Active Member

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    +1 on needing more details, but this is good advice.

    What exactly are you looking for in a rifle besides price? It should be easy enough for you to put together a quality AR for around $700-800 basically outfitted.

    If you are wanting a fully mil-spec ar15 that will probably be difficult for $700. I am assuming this is not a requirement due to the budget you stated. Not that mil-spec is the be all end all or anything.

    I have never heard of curts but would be interested to know the parts used in his build as that is a pretty low price.
     
  4. Outdoorxj

    Outdoorxj Wilsonville Active Member

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    Oh sorry,
    My main use would really be for Plinking with and just adding to my collection. I would also want it for self defense if SHTF was to really happen.
     
  5. aznbala

    aznbala Tualatin, OR Member

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    I have no idea on the specs of their guns. PSA has good, cheap parts.
     
  6. SCARed

    SCARed Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    Your good to go with anything that Curt builds. If you have any issues down the line, he'll take care of you.

    Could you source all the parts yourself for about the same price? Probably. Do you want to? Do you then want to build your own, and have the tools/ expertice to do so?
     
  7. aznbala

    aznbala Tualatin, OR Member

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    Very true. For that price it's hard to beat.