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Old 11-14-2012, 11:37   #139
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Originally Posted by Cole125 View Post

Guys here will have different opinions, based on their experiences, and/or repeating what they have heard or read.

The guy above said Olympic Arms is no good, well I had one that ran great and never gave me a problem. This holds true with any brand, one guy will have one that works, the next guy has one thats junk.

It's safe to say many less expensive AR brands have spotty quality control, your chances of getting a lemon are higher than a higher end brand.

edit: Do a search here, there is hundreds of "what AR should I get threads".
Good point, how about this then. For a person on a beer budget, what are the top 3-4 ARs.
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