New AR

Discussion in 'Cast & Blast' started by lylelovett666, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. lylelovett666 Active Member

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    Got a screaming deal on a DPMS Oracle.A few Magpul parts and it's good to go.I got out with it for the first time on sunday and it ran flawless. DPMS ODphoto.JPG
  2. Alex MacDonald Dr. of Doomology

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    Looks nice! you got popup backup sights on it?
  3. alpinetrout Banned or Parked

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    Hiding in your closet
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    How's the trigger? The stock trigger that came with my DPMS was a gritty, nasty, POS. I ended up swapping it out with a leftover CMMG that was surprisingly smooth for being from a run of the mill $80 parts kit.
  4. lylelovett666 Active Member

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    I need better sites,but the utg gear will do for now. I got a great deal on the gun,but cash is low from all the other goodies that go with it. This is the first ar I've shot,but I found the trigger to be smooth,with very little travel.
  5. orangeradish Bobo approved

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    Nice setup. What's the optic? Tough to tell in the photo. I'm thinking about ditching my eotech holo sight for a 1-4X.
  6. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    Orad, if you're not looking at spending a grip for a 1X4, check out primaryarms.com I've seen a few of his scopes and for being chinese, they are pretty bomb proof.
  7. lylelovett666 Active Member

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    Just Ron o the mill utg iron sites.
  8. Chris Selvar Member

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    Kent
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    ugh, please not primary arms... buy once cry once. If you really feel the need to go with a cheaper optic go for a Vortex. American company, no questions ask life time warranty.
  9. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    You know not what you speak. I have run high level optics and low level and can tell you, the price point difference isn't always justified.

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