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I didn't want to mess up the handgun talk with my question so here is a thread for rifle talk. have at it.

I would like some opinions on the new arx100 that beretta put out from those of you who have had a chance to shoot one. Here is the article that introduced me to this gun (edit: cant get the link to work). Now I know you AR-15 guys feel obligated to hate these on principle but I'm intrigued. I've been wanting to get my first AR for a while now, but after seeing this I'm thinking about getting one of these. Thoughts?
 
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WTH, I google arx100 and its like the 2nd link down. I click on it and it works. I copy the link and it doesn't lol. anyway, if you aren't familiar with it google "arx100 the citizen soldier". It was a review published by guns and ammo.
 
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Wow, and after I actually attempted to help give you legitimate advice on your threads when everyone else just insulted you....
that's fair but how do you know i don't have meaningful input or interest on this topic? i am a jerk i will give you that but i know about more than just GoPeds

having said that i wont post more here, may just follow
 
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that's fair but how do you know i don't have meaningful input or interest on this topic? i am a jerk i will give you that but i know about more than just GoPeds

having said that i wont post more here, may just follow
I don't doubt that you may have some meaningful input, but that response was not it. I could use some advice on my question from someone more experienced than me. If you fit the bill then I would greatly appreciate some insight. I'm not here to insult.
 
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The biggest selling point to me was that it could be easily taken apart without any tools and they said that the design improves reliability over the AR-15? Not sure how true it is but I also like the option of swapping out barrels to a different caliber in a matter of seconds. I have heard other rifles can do this too wit mods but that was a nice feature to come standard IMO. Just worried that being that it is a new product, the actual performance wont live up to the hype. super cool looking though regardless ;)
 
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The biggest selling point to me was that it could be easily taken apart without any tools and they said that the design improves reliability over the AR-15? Not sure how true it is but I also like the option of swapping out barrels to a different caliber in a matter of seconds. I have heard other rifles can do this too wit mods but that was a nice feature to come standard IMO. Just worried that being that it is a new product, the actual performance wont live up to the hype. super cool looking though regardless ;)
Get the AR. More proven parts and options. You can swap complete uppers to any caliber you want in a few seconds with out tools.
 
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Got the line on some Aimpoint Comp M2's (new unissued with handling marks) for what I think is a reasonable $350 with QRP mount. If anyone is interested PM me. These are my choice FWIW and are setup to 1/3 co witness with AR mil spec sights.
 

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^^^ Why must you tempt me with such things......
That would work great on top of my Beretta CX4 Storm. :)
 
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