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  1. Hello All, This is my first new topic post in this forum. I'm a newbie here and to ARs. I've been looking/researching for a while. For my first, I will not be building. My budget for the gun is meager ($750) and will not be larger, so no waiting for more $ to get a DD, LMC or other top end rifle. I have heard loud and clear to stay away from plastic rifles and I will. I found a Core15 M4 style with MOE furniture that seems like a decent first gun for about $725 +FFL. It has many of the features that are desirable and, at least initially, I won't be adding anything. I'll be shooting "iron" sights until I'm proficient, so I'm not worried about an optic. I'll use it for plinking and as a range gun. The gun seems to be well made with decent forged aluminum upper and lower, 4150 1:7 twist chrome barrel, chrome lined bolt carrier and A2 front sight. MOE furniture includes, stock, grip, handguard and MBUS rear sight. The company offers a lifetime transferable warranty. Obviously nothing special, but for the money, it seems like a good deal. I can't find too much on them other than some trade mag "reviews" and some general comments from other forums. The most usual comment is something like, "they seem OK, but they are new, better to go with a known name like S&W or DPMS". Any opinions on Core15 and their rifles? Thanks for helping out another FNG.
  2. Hey all, I have been reading up on AR-15's for a while and am now in the market for my 1st. I've narrowed down my selection to 2 platforms that I like. Both appear to be similar rifles and I have found them at a similar price point (not enough difference for me to care). I'll list the PROS of each below (according to my thinking). The Daniel Defense M4 V7 (no sights) https://danieldefense.com/rifles/mid-length/daniel-defense-m4-carbine-v7-no-sights.html + Daniel Defense name + I really like their slick Modular Float Rail 12.0 + Comes with Magpul Stock (grip?, magazine?) The Core15 TAC II M4 FDE CERAKOTE http://core15rifles.com/core15-tac-ii-m4-rifle-fde-cerakote.html + I like the FDE coloring + Comes with Magpul Stock, Pistol Grip, P-Mag + What appears to be an awesome Lifetime Warranty + Unloaded weight is 5.9 lbs (vs the 6.4 lbs for the DD) They both seem to have the same basic "features": + chrome line 4150 CMV govt profile barrel + low profile gas block + flash hider + M4 feed ramp + flat top The other rifle I'm considering is the Spike's Tactical ST-15 16" Mid-Length LE w/ 13.2" SAR but it is my 3rd choice http://www.spikestactical.com/new/ss/st15-16midlength-le-w132-sar-p-812.html Does anyone have an feedback on the DD vs the CORE15? Anything I'm not considering? My favorite part of the DD is the Slick Rail which I think I could buy separately for the CORE15. The only thing about the CORE15 is that I wasn't familiar with the brand until recently but I've read some good things. Thanks, Sean
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