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Old 12-03-2012, 6:49 AM
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Originally Posted by TheCorporation View Post
My friend has an AR-15 .223 that he put together for around $700; he said it would have cost him $1200 if he bought it separate. My question is, what are the legal limitations in California as far as caliber and other tricky laws we have?

What would you recommend if it's something I'd like to take to the range. Where would I even start?
First of all the $700. gun is not a $1200.00 gun. Here is a post that lists what is needed for a top of the line AR. the S@W is not a top of the line gun due to the quality of its parts . there are AR15s built with bolt action steel and AR15s built with machine gun steel.
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...8&postcount=79
Also this is a nice info link on the basics of care and feeding the AR. There is some opinion but it is still good info .
http://www.frfrogspad.com/ar.htm
Only you can chose what level or AR quality you want to buy. So far S@W has a good customer service warranty reputation,I have used it 2 years ago. Not on an AR though.
Daniel Defense and Bravo Company are the best rifles on the market for the best price. Machine gun steel at a bolt action steel price!! Has a ring to it eh!!!

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