Just build on from PSA.. You will be happy you did and have a great rifle for less$
Dust cover is not needed in most cases, but is nice to have... And yes ARs are easy to build...If you can put Legos together you can build an AR. It's a great way to learn the platform and add in any upgrades you want. I'd avoid the MP15 for one reason...no dust cover. Wtf kinda crap is that?
True. I like to have as many cases as possible covered though. After being in the sandbox and stationed in west Texas there's no way I'd go without a dust cover.Dust cover is not needed in most cases, but is nice to have... And yes ARs are easy to build...
is their any pros/cons when comparing the two other than the dust cover?Just build on from PSA.. You will be happy you did and have a great rifle for less$
So your saying get one of each?:mrgreen:The PSA is the way better deal. The cold hammer forged barrel will give superb service life. It's unlikely you'd shoot out the MP barrel, but you'd have to work to shoot out the CHF barrel.
This. All the way.Just build on from PSA.. You will be happy you did and have a great rifle for less$
$55 for the Anderson lower, $42 for the upper, $65 for the Ares Armor BCG, $49 for the Anderson LPK, $21 for the Umbrella grip (now sold as B5 systems), $74 for the YHM gas block/sight, $64 for the Troy folding sight, $24 for the gas tube and Sage trigger guard, $48 for the MOE handguard and grip, $40 for the DSA stock/buffer kit (swapped it for the MOE off the mid length), $86 for the 10.5" barrel, $28 for the barrel nut/delta ring, and $400 for the Halo-usedAfter watching YouTube, I'd build a suppressed SBR AR if I had unlimited $$$.
No decisions. BUY the first one. BUILD the second one. You cannot own JUST ONE AR.I would love to build one, i just dont know if i really want to build one RIGHT NOW! I think i would rather buy one, then build another one down the road. Decisions, decisions....