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View Poll Results: AR10 DI or GAS PISTON?
PISTON 11 29.73%
DI 22 59.46%
ADJUSTABLE GAS-SEMI-AUTO, single shot BOLT ACTION STYLE (if possible) 8 21.62%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 37. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 02-06-2013, 12:06 AM
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Default Ar10 gas system; worth trying to go with a piston system or DI??

I'm going to be building an AR10 (my very 1st build), I am set on a gas piston system. Looking to know if anyone has, know where I can purchase, refer me to info, on a gas piston system for this rifle? Is it worth it??

I have an ADAMS ARMS AR15 with a piston system and I love it!! I'm sure its a personal preference, but as of right now, I'm just weighing my options.

I believe my lower is going to be an 80% DPMS that I'm machining out (whenever it comes in).

Would like an experienced opinion from both sides of the argument.

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