I went to the Gun Show today, just to take a look see, and I ended up walking out with the best rifle in the show. I arrived 20 minutes before the doors opened and the line was already going around the (large) building. I spotted a very nice example of a NIB LWRC M6A2 16" 5.56 at a price $300 less than I had seen elsewhere. It had a snug upper/lower fit, better than any other example I have handled. It has a Teflon/Nickel bolt carrier, VLTOR EMod collapsing stock, Magpul enhanced trigger guard, Magpul MOE pistol grip with trap door storage, 16.1" 1/7 barrel, one 30rd Magpul PMag magazine, and short-stoke gas-piston operation. To top it all off, the salesperson was a shapely young lady (also best in the show). It did not come with sights, so I picked up MI folding front (for top rail) and rear BUIS's at a decent price. With my laser bore sighter, the mechanical zero is dead on. The "gas key" is not integral with the bolt carrier. Instead, the "gas key" has an extra large base which is dovetailed to the teflon/Nickel bolt carrier. Then the gas key bolts are staked in such a way, that it is never coming loose. The trigger is perfectly weighted with just a little creep in the take up that will break in. The 9.125" midlength quad rail is free floated with rear tabs that key it with the upper receiver. Like the Samson Star-C design, torquing a vert grip cannot loosen the barrel nut. Unlike some gas piston conversions, the handguards are not abnormally wide. Besides adding the BUIS's and ladder rail covers, there is nothing I need to upgrade or replace on this fine weapon. P.S. It is not on "The Chart" because it is way off the chart!