I'm considering buying this:
LMT CQB MRP (Modular Rifle Platform)
Basically from what I've been told, barrel changes are a snap with LMT's drop-in barrel system. I can swap from 5.56 to 7.62x39, 9mm, 300 Blackout, and 6.8. Apparently this has been on the market for some time and it completely eluded me. 6.8 is basically my reason to not have to buy a .308, and 9mm could make it my go to indoor range gun.
The 7.62x39 option is very enticing because as you would have it, I sit on boatloads of the stuff at a time.
I've been told that this is the Knights Armament SR-15 killer for about $500 less than the $2500 they want for one. At $1700 this looks like a DAMN fine option. This pics are from the very listing I was interested in. Of course first thing I'm doing is going back to an A2 flash hider. This is why I don't buy forum guns sometimes..
I don't know how much use I have for a true Mil-Spec rifle at all, but why the hell not right? It's only 2x as much as a shelf grade AR-15
I plan on doing those fun $300 carbine courses I love so much. It's a lot of ammo down the pipe in one day, but other than that I probably won't take it out much beyond that and just sell it back on the market.
I basically can buy this, or I can order my own BCM for the same price.
What do I do?