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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.

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  1. lee1000

    lee1000 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 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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