Shopping for an M4 (PIX Added)

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gunsmittys wrote:I have a DPMS M4 it is scarey accurate. The beast in incredibly reliable. I ran the beast nearly 5K rounds without cleaning until I started having feeding and extraction issues.

One of my buds has the S&W MP15T..it is a great gun too. He has over 4K through it without any issues.

Most of the firearms on the market are pretty damn good. I would steer clear of Olympic Arms. I ahve heard too many stories of less than stellar performance. I am going off second hand info from trusted sources.
I own an Oly Arms. Got it because the price was right (free). I concur. It shoots OK, but not great. My biggest concern is that the upper doesn't really fit nicely with the lower. I intend to use it as trade bait as soon as it is politically acceptable for me to do so.
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Timmy wrote:POF upper reciever
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Nice Foregrip! I love the shit outta the one on my Piston gun. :wink: *another shameless plug for pistons*

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Keep it real buy a Colt.
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I've decided to build my own. My POF stripped lower should be at the gun shop any day now. :D
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I finished this a couple of months ago. I'll post some better pix next time I have it at the range in some natural light.

POF Lower
Larue Stealth Upper
LMT SOPMOD Stock
LMT LPK
Young NM Bolt Carrier
White Oak Arms Stainless 16" Barrel 1:7 twist
Larue 13.2 Rail
PRI Flash suppressor
GG&G BUIS
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CWeber wrote:Image

I finished this a couple of months ago. I'll post some better pix next time I have it at the range in some natural light.

POF Lower
Larue Stealth Upper
LMT SOPMOD Stock
LMT LPK
Young NM Bolt Carrier
White Oak Arms Stainless 16" Barrel 1:7 twist
Larue 13.2 Rail
PRI Flash suppressor
GG&G BUIS
I bet it was hella good fun building it too.
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Post by CWeber »

I've allready started #2.
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