Pretty sure you missed that market. Not long ago when there was a glut in the market I was seeing some that cheap. Very much doubt you could put one together or find one complete for that now. As another poster mentioned PSA is a great place to look for a low cost AR set up.What is your favorite sub $400 AR15 complete centerfire rifle deal that is currently in stock?
That is a great deal. I love their side charging uppers.Here's an AR for $350 but no magazine...
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In July I put together a pair of ARs.Pretty sure you missed that market. Not long ago when there was a glut in the market I was seeing some that cheap. Very much doubt you could put one together or find one complete for that now. As another poster mentioned PSA is a great place to look for a low cost AR set up.
Is that hand loads? From my point of view, I find inexpensive ARs to be more sensitive to bullets than quality. I don't hand load but PMC works great in some and IMI works in others. My best quality rifle is either a 16" Stag Arms or 20" PSA/FN. I can't claim the results you've gotten.I was surprised when the cheapest 20" PSA blemished kit put 65 gr Seirra Game Kings into a group touching each other.
Right after the monsterIn July I put together a pair of ARs.
A pair of Anderson lowers from Rural King, and pretty much everything else from PSA.
Full kits, red dot, rear sight, six P-Mags, 150 rounds of Federal 5.56, two-point sling, soft case, and a local sourced front sight tool.
Total outlay, $1740, or $870 each. Both sighted for irons and optic.
I just missed blem, daily, and holiday sales that might have lowered each by $40-$60.
Do you want one in that caliber? Does look like a very attractive price if you want that caliber.This BCA big bore is a penny under $400.
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You don’t need a few more…… just one more.Right after the monster
got elected and the market went nuts, I had a REAL hard time not buying a couple AR's, along with some other stuff. "Nice" AR's were going to $500. There were several at far less than that. I have no use for an AR other than in pistol caliber but damn, it was hard to not buy one at that price. 1911's were worse. NICE examples were selling for less than I paid for the ones I have that I had bought 15 and 20 years ago.
Every time I would look at them I kept having to tell myself, "no you do not need a few more.
Ouch, could have gone Tromix for that price point and likely been into it less and had something from the king of big bore AR.Beware of the BCA Beowulf uppers, I’m over $1000 into mine and still trying to get it to run. Might as well buy a single shot. Haven’t had luck with that cartridge yet, pretty well gave up on it and adopted 500 Mag.