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Rock River Arms AR15

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by CountryGunsmith, Feb 26, 2003.

  1. CountryGunsmith

    CountryGunsmith New Member

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    BamaMarine
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    (4/5/02 8:55:40 pm)
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    Are these rifles quality built weapons and how do they compare with Colt AR-15's. Is $700.00 too much for a standard A2 model? Advice needed.

    cpermd
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    $700 would be about $25 -35 high for me but I am cheap.
    My only complaint is they don't have chromelined barrels.
    They have been promising them a while and their email service sucks.
    I have never had them answer one.
    cpermd
     
  2. the yooper

    the yooper New Member

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    i dont no but i have a colt with a match grade barrel and i love it .i to am trying to find out about RRA for my brother allso.:)
     

  3. Diamondback

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    I bought a RRA LAR458 3 yrs. ago. Always got prompt answers to my e-mails. Rifle is tight and RRA guarantees a 1 1/2" moa at 100 yds. out of the box. Mine came with hard case instruction manual (US military) and 3 recoil springs. I have shot 2" 5 shot groups at 150 yds. Extremely well built firearm.

    BTW the LAR458 is chambered for the .458 SOCOM round.
     
  4. c.robertson

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    I have been shooting a Rock River Varmint 26" barrel using Weaver T-36 1/4" dot bench rest scope switching out with Receiver/globe metallic sights on occassion for 5 years now.
    The trigger is absolutely EXCELLENT, accuracy runs consistantly 1/2 MOA with 69 & 77 grain bullets using Benchmark or Varget.
    Rock River would be my first choice for about any .223 Rem. PEACE TIME application.
     
  5. the yooper

    the yooper New Member

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    thanks diamondback i'm shure he is geting a RRA good replys . thanks alot:)
    thanks c.robertson glad to hear that your gun sounds about the same as whet he wonts to order thanks again:)