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Lmt Defender

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Timradcliffe345, Sep 5, 2008.

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  1. Timradcliffe345

    Timradcliffe345 member

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    Who's selling the LMT Defender at the best price right now?

    Thanks.
     
  2. blairdoc

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    The defender lower, complete rifle, Mpr defender or what? I'm looking for a complete Defender CQB MPR my self and am not coming up with much cheapest i've seen was around 1700 on the net 1575 was a quote I got from a local gun store but I forgot to ask if that included sopmod stock and sights as opposed to regular collapsible stock and possibly no sights
     
  3. ugaarguy

    ugaarguy Moderator Staff Member

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    blairdoc, the CQB Defender has a SOPMOD stock standard. $1575 is an excellent price - it's about $100 less than LMT's published MIL/LE personal purchase price.
     
  4. RockyMtnTactical

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    Have you tried ar15sales.com?
     
  5. Joseph85

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    For the "basic M4" with a 16" barrel, you can expect $1,200 to $1,300. That is with the SOPMOD stock and without a rear sight. Add extra for the LMT rear sight.

    If you want the MRP, or Monolithic Rail Platform, expect to pay megabucks.

    I own LMT's "basic M4." The only rail my carbine has is on the upper receiver. Yes, believe it or not, I don't have a railed forearm! :eek:

    I lost track of the round count, but it's well over 1,000. Not a problem and I'm very happy. They make 'em like they're suppose to.
     
  6. PercyShelley

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    I could have sworn it was just kilobucks at the moment, but isn't availability rather limited?
     
  7. Safety First

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    I also am considering an LMT and Ranier Arms is highly thought of on the AR15 forum. good luck...
     
  8. kcmarine

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    What's the point of the monolithic rail platform?
     
  9. NetJunkie

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    They dropped the price on the MRPs a little while back. They aren't as pricey as they used to be. The MRP Piston now fills that slot.

    The MRP is a single piece upper and rail. It's machined as one part. So..it's free float on steroids. :) You also get easy swap barrels. I can swap the barrel on my MRP Piston in 2 minutes.
     
  10. Tarvis

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    How does that work? The top or bottom rail must be bolted on eh?
     
  11. NetJunkie

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    Nope. Solid rail. The barrel is held in by two bolts on the side. If you look at a pic of an MRP you'll see the two silver circles. That's where the bolts are. Take those out and the barrel slides out.
     
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