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thaddeus
January 11, 1999, 01:13 AM
I just commited to a PreB Colt lower with a PreB Armalite upper.
I have only owned Colt before.
Will I be disappointed with the Armalite upper?

thanks much,
thaddeus

pat
January 14, 1999, 02:36 AM
see ar-15.com armalite made the rifle before colt and they still make a good one you will not be dissapointed ... imho., pat

TaxPhd
January 20, 1999, 04:48 PM
Pat,

The modern Armalite is not the original Armalite. It is Eagle Arms, and they purchased rights to the Armalite name.

That said, I have an Armalite M15A4 carbine that is an excellent rifle. Fit and finish are great, it shoots well, and has had zero problems.

Edmund Rowe
January 20, 1999, 07:03 PM
TaxPhd: Are you saying you have had no problems with the Armalite or you have had problems zeroing it? :D :D

...had to throw that in. I never heard of anyone having functioning problems with the new Armalites.

Edmund

Michael Carlin
January 20, 1999, 11:15 PM
Several of the shooters on the USAR combat rifle team bought AR's from Eagle and several more from Armalite. It appears to me that they are quite satisfactory.

I know that I am very well pleased with my Armalite, now starting its 3d high power rifle season, no problems, great accuracy and sound reliability.

Mark Westrom biulds a good gun.

See my article about the rifle and my Armalite at:

http://www.1bigred.com/distinguished/blackrfl.html


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TaxPhd
January 21, 1999, 07:20 PM
Edmund,

As you might have guessed, my rifle has no problems of any kind - zeroing or otherwise. It's Great!

An aside - does the name "Biscuit Boy" mean anything to you? (If it does, you'll understand immediately, if not it is by no means disparaging. It's just a nickname for someone that I met at a Glock match).