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2 Vets Arms

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Takem406, Apr 29, 2013.

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  1. Takem406

    Takem406 Member

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    Mr. Noir just did his review on these AR's.
    I like the fact they are made by veterans.
    Anyone handled these?

    The prices seem great and lots of options.

    In God and Glock we Trust
     
  2. Quentin

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    Got a link?

    BTW, I'm a Vet and put together my ARs, does that count? Just saying what really counts are the components selected...
     
  3. 68wj

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    I looked at one of their 6.8 SPC models. It looked well built. I would have expected a better trigger for the money but that seems common with others too.
     
  4. Quentin

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    Can't say I care for their 5.56 models, not much selection and I wouldn't choose their configurations. Otherwise, I like their business model but will take my own vet built ARs.

    Bravo Company (BCM) is an alternative, owned by a veteran who donates to Wounded Warriers. Their ARs are excellent and highly configurable.
     
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