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What should I do?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Mtn_firefighter_395, Sep 23, 2009.

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What should I do?

  1. sell my 20" upper and buy a 16" upper

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  2. keep my 20" upper and add a rail, eo tech, rear buis, and a light?

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  1. Mtn_firefighter_395

    Mtn_firefighter_395 Member

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    I have a K.I.S.S. 20" A2 upper, but I'm leaning towards selling it to buy a 16" flat-top upper, I'll use it for hunting, plinking, and HD. Should I sell and buy a 16" upper, or keep my 20" upper and add a rail, eo tech, rear buis, and a light?
     
  2. chevyforlife21

    chevyforlife21 Member

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    well id choose a 16 inch barrel
     
  3. Mtn_firefighter_395

    Mtn_firefighter_395 Member

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    Why did you choose a 16"?
     
  4. chevyforlife21

    chevyforlife21 Member

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    well i dont have the money for an ar but i want one badly. i like the shorter barrel, i like the compact feeling.
     
  5. Hokkmike

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    They can be great but for the casual shooter or plinker (like me) they EAT ammo with an enormous appetite.
     
  6. Wayne G.

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    Between 16" or 20" make mine 16" everytime. Better size/utility yet long enough to reach out and touch something at several hundred yards out.

    If getting a 16", be sure to check out mid-length gas system. Great setup for a 16". I'm partial to BCM mid-length uppers (BravoCompanyUSA.com) due to what you get for the price.

    Hope this helps
     
  7. Mtn_firefighter_395

    Mtn_firefighter_395 Member

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    Or should I turn my 20" into a "sniper" rifle?
     
  8. Mtn_firefighter_395

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    Whould $390 without a charging handle and BCG be to much?
     
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  9. Maverick223

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    Personally I would go with a 20" flat top...but any flat top is better IMO...what about buying a new upper receiver, and keep the bbl, bolt, et cetera? :)
     
  10. Mtn_firefighter_395

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    Because I'm broke, I get just enough to pay my bills and thats it.
     
  11. Maverick223

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    Then why ask...sell what you have and get what you want, besides a stripped upper costs a great deal less than all the accessories or likely less than the new upper traded in. :confused:
     
  12. possum

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    16" for me.

    if you have the money i think you should just get another upper, a 16" one. then you can have both.
     
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