Rock River AR-15 Pennsylvania


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golfer2b2000
March 12, 2006, 11:34 AM
I just purchased a new Rock River flattop. What a beautiful gun and the price was very reasonable. It has the wylde chamber and with factory ammo I was out and this gun shot 3/4 inch groups and was told it will do better than that. IUp to a few weeks ago I never heard of this gun, but I am so glad I bought it instead of a DPMS or Bushmaster. Not saying it soots a lot better, but it does shoot just as good!! Any inputs???
Thanks, Gene from Pa.

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poortrader
March 12, 2006, 12:07 PM
Rock River has the DEA contract to build and supply the DEA with AR's. One of the best AR's being made right now.

longhorngunman
March 12, 2006, 05:25 PM
RRA is quickly becoming one of the if not the top dog in AR manufacturers. And the way Bushmaster likes to shoot themselves in the foot it is making it all the easier for RRA.

Mizzle187
March 12, 2006, 10:15 PM
I just purchased a RRA CAR A4 w/ Quadrail(YHM) about two months ago and love it. This is my first "AR" so I bought a complete rifle from Eagle and Im thinking about getting one of their LAR's. Ive put close to 1000 rounds of nothing but Wolf .223 without a hitch. Im sure your gonna enjoy your RRA as much as I am mine. Congrats!

BamBam-31
March 12, 2006, 10:58 PM
I've got three RRA uppers, a 24" Varminter, a 20" HBAR National Match, and a 16" Midlength. All have exceeded my expectations by leaps and bounds. They are extremely well made and accurate. I'm a big RRA fan. :D

PGroenewold
March 12, 2006, 11:59 PM
I just took my RRA 20" NM out again today. With open sights and Black Hills 68 grain match HP ammo, I was getting about 1.25" 5-shot groups off the bench and prone at 100 yards. With a scope or younger eyes I'm sure they would be tighter.

I can't say enough good things about this rifle. It seems well-built, I like the trigger, and it has eaten hundreds of rounds without a single hiccup. It doesn't have the heavy, gritty trigger pull that some of the cheaper ARs have, and overall I find it really inspires confident shooting. I have total faith in this rifle.

I'm not a hard-core competitor or shooting guru, so I don't have the expertise or the experience to compare it to the over-$1000 rifles that other manufacturers are putting out. However, if I was in the market for another AR I would consider RRA in a heartbeat.

Correia
March 13, 2006, 12:00 AM
I'm also a fan. See my sig line. :p

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