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CMMG Bargain Bin

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Wopasaurus, Feb 23, 2008.

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  1. Wopasaurus

    Wopasaurus Member

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    So I want to get in the market of getting another hi-cap evil rifle/etc before the elections. I already own a .45 and 9mm, shotguns, and an AK that are black and evil. I am looking into getting an M4, because .223's are good rounds, and not as harsh on my broke college account as a .308 would be. Although I love my Mauser, I'm a sucker for semi-auto rifles.

    Short Story: I already own a nice Yugo AK, now I'm thinking about getting an M4.

    I saw the CMMG Bargain Bin M4's, CMMG WEBSITE, I'm not worried that they're not cosmetically perfect, because I like having a bit of wear and tear on my rifles, I don't do the safe-queen thing.

    I guess what I'm asking is if these rifles are worth it? Will they all function as well as an M4 I would spend $200 more dollars on a gun shop?

    Sorry about it being long winded, and thanks for your help.
     
  2. Coronach

    Coronach Moderator Emeritus

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    They're worth it. If you use this as a "serious" gun, it may well be worth your while to upgrade some mission-critical parts (bolt, BCG, FCG), but that is something you can do later when/if needed/desired. The base rifles are seemingly quite sound, and you're saving enough to replace any parts you want to replace (within reason) and still come out ahead.

    Mike
     
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    Do a search and the word is hell yeah they are worth it. Many state they are shaking their heads trying to figure how they are not new. Not rough at all.
     
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  5. Wopasaurus

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    Yeah... sorry about being an ass, and not searching first. :(

    You guys can delete this post, or lock it, or do whatever it is that you have to do. Thanks for all the input you guys.

    There's a reason I left pretty much every other gun forum for this one.
     
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