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Old March 26th, 2020, 06:22 AM #11
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just make sure that you buy quality components. 80% of malfunctions while shooting that I have witnessed are from homebuilt guns done poorly. the other 20 is from bad mags, although 12 dollar PMAGS have generally solved that problem.
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Building is cheaper, since you don't need to make a profit and there's no 11% excise tax on parts.

It also get you a better rifle. You aren't likely to skip greasing your own barrel nut just to save a little time. And you can get better parts. You don't get a great barrel in a rifle that retails for $700.
Ive done good builds for that price with good parts

Id love to know who wound up with the one I sold to Mopar92 and if its still kickin
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