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Might buy a LWRC M6A2 AR15 and ammo at the Tulsa Arms Show

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by lee1000, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. lee1000

    lee1000 New Member

    Aug 14, 2009
    Tulsa, OK
    Anybody know of any of any distributors that might be there? If I find one what are some things to look for (i just want to make sure i'm getting a new rifle)?

    Even if I don't get one I will be buying ammo for the one i do get. I want buy a 1000 rounds and would like to know what shoots good in a LWRC (ie 55 grain). I don't want to spend more than $400.00 on a case.

    Does shooting remanufactured ammo void an LWRC warrenty? If it does void it what is a good new round.

    Can one recommend a good remanufatured round?

    This rifle will only be used for target practice at 100 yards.

    Thanks a lot
  2. trol

    trol New Member

    Nov 11, 2009
    I know one sample does not make a trend

    Long time reader, first time poster.

    My experience with LWRC rifles has been very bad. I had an LWRC M6A2 that stopped working after about 200 rounds. It started bending bullets and just not eject (or feed). I managed to return it after three attempts to repair it (so good customer service, at least). I then decided to test my luck and bought a REPR, which never shot a single round (three different mags failed to cycle the rounds manually in that brand new gun). I have tremendous respect for LWRC and their integrity for letting me return the second gun as well, however I am of the opinion that they need to work on their QA and regain (at least my) trust again before I would recommend them to anyone.
  3. sgtdevildog

    sgtdevildog Member

    May 19, 2006
    6.8 m6a2

    I've had an LWRC M6A2 for 8 months or so and it's been a great rifle. Very accurate, easy to clean, cool running. I bought mine in 6.8 and although ammo is somewhat expensive I've no regrets. Mine is a 14.7 w/pinned flash suppressor. Ordered from Knesek and they were great to deal with. If you like the piston option I think LWRC is a great way to go. YMMV


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