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Colt AR15 9MM Carbine Rifle $925 Delivered

MrCookieBar 1,702 May 19, 2012 at 11:58 AM in Sporting Goods (2) More DSG Arms Deals
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Last Edited by widgit May 20, 2012 at 01:15 PM
Factory new Colt Manufacturing AR6450 16" 9MM AR15 carbine. Includes two 32rd magazines and sling.
http://dsgarms.com/ProductInfo/COAR6450.aspx
Use code "MAYUPS250" for free shipping.

Nice deal on a Colt AR in a 9mm pistol caliber. Range of ~100 yards or so.
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I'd love a 9mm AR, but know next to nothing about them. What other companies produce complete 9mm rifles?
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I'd love a 9mm AR, but know next to nothing about them. What other companies produce complete 9mm rifles?
I know Rock River Arms and Olympic Arms do.. I am sure a lot of other companies. I would look here for some info http://www.ar15.com/index.html
Last edited by Curdean May 19, 2012 at 03:26 PM
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why 9mm ?

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why 9mm ?

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lmao! Really? why a 9 mm? versus what? A 22? If that is what you are thinking you best go back to school.
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lmao! Really? why a 9 mm? versus what? A 22? If that is what you are thinking you best go back to school.
I'd prefer the 5.56 to the 9mm, but if you want cheaper ammo and to be able to shoot it in indoor ranges, 9mm may be the way to go for some people.
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I'd prefer the 5.56 to the 9mm, but if you want cheaper ammo and to be able to shoot it in indoor ranges, 9mm may be the way to go for some people.
No no.... I was commenting on the person who was saying why a 9mm v a 22. I love the 9mm idea and gave this a thumbs us. this is a nice weapon at an excellent price. fun and functional. You comment about the ammo is "dead" on and will get a +1 from me.
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No no.... I was commenting on the person who was saying why a 9mm v a 22. I love the 9mm idea and gave this a thumbs us. this is a nice weapon at an excellent price. fun and functional. You comment about the ammo is "dead" on and will get a +1 from me.
that would be you, stinkybottom "I was commenting on the person who was saying why a 9mm v a 22."
I think I remember you from school , sorry about that.
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I'd prefer the 5.56 to the 9mm, but if you want cheaper ammo and to be able to shoot it in indoor ranges, 9mm may be the way to go for some people.
Also, firing a 5.56 indoors at home for self defense at night, may leave you deaf and blind from being so loud and huge muzzle flash.
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use coupon code MAY15OFF to make it 922.15 shipped!
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I'm know that I'm gonna be flamed for this, but I have a 9mm Hi-Point & love it. It ended up being only $229+tax at my local Cabelas on sale last year. That's 1/4 the price of this Colt. And before you say anything, I've shot tons of cheap crap ammo out of it without a glitch. It also does some impressive groups (using a $50 red-dot sight, though I've heard many say they do well with the iron sights as well).
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Also, firing a 5.56 indoors at home for self defense at night, may leave you deaf and blind from being so loud and huge muzzle flash.
Make the first shot count, then empty the clip (depends on state laws, I guess). Not really my bedside weapon, though (and I'm a girl).

In fact, this would be a last-resort weapon in my house after I ran the gamut of irons, drivers, and putters. I hate incidental manslaughter charges almost as much as I hate repairing sheetrock, siding, and the neighbors siding, sheetrock, andhousehold contents.

TLDR, use the right tool for the right job.
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Just curious; how does one pronounce this? Confused
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Make the first shot count, then empty the clip (depends on state laws, I guess). Not really my bedside weapon, though (and I'm a girl).

In fact, this would be a last-resort weapon in my house after I ran the gamut of irons, drivers, and putters. I hate incidental manslaughter charges almost as much as I hate repairing sheetrock, siding, and the neighbors siding, sheetrock, andhousehold contents.

TLDR, use the right tool for the right job.
Yeah, but if your suped-up truck ain't compensating as much as it used to, this rifle ought to make you feel like you got some giant cojones.

Kidding aside, I am surprised by how attractive this gun seems. I use a Remmington 660 6mm for deer and hogs, and I can't imagine any practical purpose for a laser sighted AR 15 with suppressor, but all I can think is, "How cool would THAT be?!"

...too many FPS video games Frown
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Also, firing a 5.56 indoors at home for self defense at night, may leave you deaf and blind from being so loud and huge muzzle flash.
I don't really get this either. If you want to shoot an AR indoors, why not get this http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pi...ERSION-KIT on top of a 5.56? .22 is FAR cheaper than 9mm, and you end up having a 'real' AR and the ballistic characteristics of a proper rifle round when you yank out the conversion kit, rather than the limitations of 9mm. Seems like the best of both worlds to me. Shooting 22 out of an AR is so quiet and comfortable, it feels sort of like a pellet gun. Then when you want the experience of an AR, you get the genuine article.

Also, imho, an AR is probably not a good choice for home defense in any case.
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