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  1. I never thought I'd see a new AR for that sort of price again. Bear Creek "Brown Bear" carbine, 223 Wylde chambering. $299.99 Yea, I know it's a bargain basement type of gun, but still... https://www.bearcreekarsenal.com/bca-brown-bear-i-complete-ar-15-rifle-16-m4-barrel-223-wylde-1-9-w-standard-hand-guard-a2-front-sight And of course, out of stock.
  2. While I have the money for a nice upper such as a Daniel Defense or Colt, I don't want to spend it if I don't have to. I came across this while on my search: http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=349453299 and it seemed to me to be a good buy until I researched RGuns. Everything I've heard about them is bad, but on this build only the actual reciever and barrel are made by them (and it all claims to be mil spec). All I'm looking for is a reliable, durable upper; while high accuracy is nice, it is not my priority on this build. So I guess what I'm asking is is will this upper be as realiable and durable as a higher priced upper? Also I plan on changing the bolt and the charging handle out on it with spares so that is not a worry to me.
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