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Colt, good?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Timradcliffe345, Dec 31, 2008.

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  1. Timradcliffe345

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    Are Colt AR15s any good?:neener:

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  2. Duke of Doubt

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    That's a pretty arbitrary matrix. Did Colt put it together?
     
  3. Timradcliffe345

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    No. Rob_s over at m4carbine.net put it together. It just presents the facts.
     
  4. Duke of Doubt

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    Some limited, selected and somewhat skewed facts. I'll take my DPMS A15 over almost any other manufacturer.
     
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    I'd use a DPMS as a plinker. I would not trust my life to it. Needless to say, any AR is better than no AR.
     
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    I'll just have my POF, kicks the butt of all those on the chart. Has everything on the list, plus some. But better, it has a one piece bolt carrier/key, so no staking needed:neener:

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    troll
     
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