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Old 08-10-2011, 01:13 AM
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Hey has anyone heard much about arrow arms looking into them any info would be appreciated.
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Arrow arms are superb weapons systems. They are handmade out of macon georgia. They have all daniel defense innards, without the daniel defense price. They average between $700-$1200 just depending on the furniture you want. You can also get them completely "mag-puled out". You cannot go wrong with these rifles. They are some of the best ARs i have come across. You wont be disappointed. I am a devout AK guy, and if i was going to get an AR it would be an Arrow Arms.
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Pulled the trigger and bought it today. It has Daniel defense innards. Shoots good as I'll get out. A bull barrel and a quad rail. A magpul stock. All in all not too bad gor seven hundred bucks can't wait to upgrade it some more.
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bought my 1st arrow arms ar 15 and liked it so much i have sense then bought several more. My 20" 308 shoots 1/4" groups at 100yd. and i also have it in the 16" and the 11.5". I purchased the 11.5 for hunting and sighted it in with their factory ammo and it is grouping 3/4 @ 100 yards. Have shot hundreds of rounds thru all of them and they keep their group every time. I am very impressed with the arrow arms ar15 and will be purchasing several more of their guns in other calibers.
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Greywolf9 here. I'm new to this forum. I bought my .308 Arrow Arms at the beginning of July. I had it custom built with a 20" barrel, collapsable butt stock, floated barrel with round houge grip. They put an extra stud so I could mount my tripod. No front sight - straight flat rail. This gun shoots lights out - .25" groups at 100 yards. The 125gr HP shoots best. Customer service support is awesome. All questions were answered immediately by e-mail and when I asked, they returned my call. I put a geissell SSA trigger in it and have a Weaver 3x12x44 tactical Kaspa series scope with a burris quick disconnect mount. I have had many name brand AR platforms before, but this is my new hunting gun for deer and hogs.
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Default Ordered an Arrow Arms .308...

I recently placed an order for a new .308 arrow, and did it quite sporadically due to our idiot in chief and the events that took place in CT right before Christmas. Since then I've been trying to find out what size round this rifle will accept? I was thinking it would be a 7.56 x ... round like an AK fires. I emailed the manufacturer and their reply was it's a proprietary round and can only be purchased through an Arrow Arms dealer. Can anyone help me out? Is this thing going to be obsolete if their deal with a well known ammo manufacturer goes south or is there a common (for now) round that this rifle will fire? Any help will be appreciated.
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I ordered a set of dies and load my own for accuracy. I have been all over Ga. and parts of Al, and Fl. and have seen these rounds on the shelf. I don't see there being a problem getting ammo. If by chance something did go south, which I do not think will happen, I believe you can order 6.5 grendel brass available at midway, brownells etc. and neck up to 30 cal. if that ever happened. I have never done this but I think that is what I have heard a few years ago
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