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    Show Off Your AR Rifles and Pistols

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    Show Off Your AR Rifles and Pistols

    Here is a place to share pictures of your AR Rifles and Pistols. You've got 'em, we like to see 'em!
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    Oh boy I get to be first! My ARs are pretty basic "entry level" but they have been great rifles with a lot of rounds through them. One of them did develop a small issue with the bolt carrier, you may remember my post on it, and S&W took care of the problem with no questions about a 7-8 year old rifle. Again a rifle that has a lot of rounds through it.

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    Thanks to the Mods for the new section. "Someone" put a lot of time into bringing so many of the existing threads into this sub-forum.

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    got three of those nasty old AR black weapons.
    1) S & W MP -15-22 LR.
    2) Bushmaster Patrolman model in 223/556
    3) AR-15 Pistol (7 1/2 inch) in 300 Blackout.

    the S & W 22 LR I would highly recommend as mine is vey accurate, runs flawlessly and virtually an exact replica of the real AR 15 in operation and takedown..
    The Bushmaster is a great weapon but IF I had it to do over I would get a flat top model, the handle looks more history but it really jacks the scope up high.
    The Palmetto State AR Pistol is more fun than a barrel of monkeys and was purchased with a Home use gun and is loaded to sub sonics, very versatile cartridge , especially for those that reload.
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    Here's my first AR. A Combat Armory upper on an Anderson lower.
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    The 300 BLK flavors. 16" carbine on top and 10.5" pistol underneath.



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    .458 Socom:

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    MY AR15:



    The Kid's AR:

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    My very first AR. I bought this Bushmaster back in the 90s, before the Remington takeover. I've made a few changes to it since then, but have held on to it.

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    Just for fun ---------------> let's gear up for a training day:

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    Looks like my reloading/gun cleaning bench.
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