re: If you want to own an AR-15, you should build itPosted by Dodd on 12/16/12 at 8:32 pm to AlxTgr
After searching this board, I've also noticed the caliber isn't discussed very often. It's typically, "hey I want an AR" or "gonna build an AR" followed by what Manuf to go with for uppers and what not.
pankReb Ole Miss Fan TSUNbNW fan Member since Mar 2009 42297 posts
re: If you want to own an AR-15, you should build itPosted by pankReb on 7/22/13 at 11:19 pm to bapple
Gauging interest on something. I'm inquiring about advertising on TD.com and was looking to see how interested you guys were with this. I'm working with a laser engraving business out of NE Mississippi and this is the type of work he does with firearms
The bread and butter is custom dust covers but as you can see, slides and mags work well.
Note: this is laser engraved so it absolutely does not rub off. I won't post any pricing or contact info because I figure that's pretty disrespectful to anyone who might already advertise and sell with TD.com. But let me know what you guys think.
Crawdaddy USA Fan Slidell. The jewel of Louisiana Member since Sep 2006 14765 posts
re: If you want to own an AR-15, you should build itPosted by Crawdaddy on 7/23/13 at 12:51 pm to burgeman
Problem I am having on building one is so many different websites, So many different parts and prices (some grouped with extras items, some not), and some sold out, and some worth the wait on the special deals that come up from time to time. Decisions decisions. Al lin all the Ar will shoot the same as any other that I would buy. I just need to go ahead and pick one and go
burgeman Southeastern LA Fan Member since Jun 2008 8340 posts
re: If you want to own an AR-15, you should build itPosted by burgeman on 7/23/13 at 2:44 pm to hashbrowns
Yea that is mine, I can link you the thread. I had it on the gun to test fire it. The rail was going on my 16" BCM, but I had just finished the 11.5" and wanted to shoot it to make sure it functioned and thought it would be ok for a couple hundred rounds, and this was the end result after around 200 rounds.