Cheap AR-15s: 12 That Offer the Best Bang for Your Buck

An American AR-15 assault rifle in a studio environment

Good news! We have all felt the crunch from the last couple of years. Simple supply and demand came into play.

Demand shot up faster than supply could keep pace and there were no cheap AR-15s to be found.

This put a lot of new players in the market and caused all manufacturers to up their game with better offerings.

Now, supply has not only caught up with demand, but it has also surpassed it. The shelves are full and the market has become more competitive.

This is good news for buyers looking to buy cheap AR-15s.

Prices have returned, but the quality of features is better than ever, even in the budget market.

Tasked with the challenge of coming up with only 10 cheap AR-15s was too tough, so I added a couple of extras at the end.

If you are looking to add a new member to your gun family, Cheaper Than Dirt! has your shopping list ready.

Mossberg MMR AR-15 Tactical

Making premium firearms for decades, Mossberg is likely best known for their quality shotguns used by military, law enforcement and civilians worldwide.

Mossberg gained their expertise in building firearms by consulting with experts in the tactical industry and developing some of the best AR-15 rifles available in today’s market.

The MMR made its mark in 2014, sporting a 16.25-inch barrel, collapsible stock, adjustable sights, quad rail, including a 30-round magazine.

Mossberg MMR AR-15
Mossberg MMR Tactical
TriggerSingle-stage trigger with over-sized trigger guard
Caliber.223 Remington/5.56 NATO
Barrel16.25-inch, free-floating, button-rifled, carbon steel
Twist1 in 9 inches
Length32.5 inches
StockSix-position collapsible
Capacity10 rounds
SystemDirect-impingement gas system
FinishBlack phosphate anodized
FeaturesA2-style muzzle break, aluminum Picatinny quad rail, receiver-mounted integral Picatinny rail, deluxe Stark pistol grip with battery compartment, dust cover, charging handle, gun lock and two-year limited warranty

Windham Weaponry Carbon Fiber SRC AR-15

With a lofty goal to build the finest AR-type rifle in the country, Windham Weaponry comes on strong with its excellent Carbon Fiber SRC AR-15.

Windham’s experienced gunsmiths and builders ensure only the finest ARs leave its shop, assembling each firearm in-house.

Windham Weaponry is an American-owned and operated company.

You can see and feel the quality of American craftsmanship in each of their firearms.

Windham Weaponry carbon fiber SRC AR-15
Windham Weaponry Carbon Fiber SRC AR-15
Caliber5.56mm NATO (accepts .223 Remington)
Twist1 in 9 inches
GripA2 black plastic grip
StockSix-position telescoping buttstock
Magazine30 rounds
FinishCarbon fiber
FeaturesM4A4-type flat-top upper receiver, molded carbon fiber composite receiver, 40%, A2 flash suppressor,
M4 feed ramps, M4 double heat shield handguards

DPMS Oracle Semi-Auto Rifle

Whether buying your first AR rifle or in need an affordable yet accurate plinking gun, the Panther Oracle is for you.

Built to bridge the gap between the sporting and tactical markets, this introductory-level carbine features a 16-inch light-contour barrel, an A3 upper receiver with Picatinny rail, heat-dissipating GlacierGuards and a collapsible, six-position Pardus buttstock.

Altogether, it tips the scales at a slight 6.6 lbs. The flat-top A3 upper allows the shooter to mount the optic of choice to the Picatinny rail.

DPMS Panther AR-15 New Rifle
DPMS Panther Oracle AR-15
Barrel16-inch, lite-contour with A2 flash hider (birdcage)
Caliber.223 Remington/5.56×45 NATO
Twist1 in 9 inches, right hand
Length36.45 inches
OperationGas-operated rotating bolt
Weight6.6 pounds
StockPardus carbine stock
Capacity30 rounds
HandguardGlacierGuards, oval carbine-length
FinishBlack, forged, hard-coat anodized teflon-coated black lower, A3-style flat-top, forged, hard-coat anodized teflon-coated black

Del-Ton Sport AR-15 Semi-Automatic Rifle

The Del-Ton Sport AR-15 rifle features a 16-inch lightweight barrel.

This makes the entire package extremely quick handling and easy to carry in the field.

With a six-position M4 carbine-style stock, the rifle will easily work for shooters of all sizes and does well with multiple clothing layers.

Ideal for optics and iron sights alike, the flat-top upper gives you plenty of sighting options.

Built-in sling swivel studs and a bayonet lug round out the package.

Del-Ton Sport AR-15
Del-Ton Sport AR-15
Barrel16-inch, lightweight
Caliber.223 Remington/5.56 NATO
Twist1 in 9 inches
StockCollapsible, CAR handguards
Magazine30 rounds
FeaturesA2 flash hider

American Tactical Imports Omni Hybrid

The ATI Omni Hybrid features an inter-lock hammer and trigger pin retainment system preventing movement from the hammer and trigger pin during firing.

The OMNI Hybrid features an over-molded metal insert, which reinforces the buffer tube housing and rear takedown pins.

Omni Hybrid rifles come chambered in 5.56mm NATO and for the .223 Remington cartridge.

Black AR-15 rifle with a polymer lower and upper receiver.
American Tactical Imports AR-15 Semi-Auto Rifle ATIGOMNIHA556
Muzzle Thread1/2×28
Barrel16-inch with melonite-coated bore
Caliber5.56mm NATO (accepts .223 Remington)
Twist1 in 7 inches
OperationCarbine-length gas system
Length32.5 inches collapsed, 36.25 inches extended
Weight6.25 pounds overall
StockCollapsible stock with polymer handguard
Capacity30 rounds
FeaturesStandard A2 birdcage, metal-reinforced polymer lower receiver, inter-lock hammer and trigger-pin retainment system, built to military specifications, enhanced trigger guard, beveled magazine well

DPMS Sportical Semi-Automatic Rifle

DPMS’s Sportical is light enough to carry all day.

The optic-ready carbine features a lightweight barrel, adjustable stock and slick-sided low-profile upper.

This puts the simple back into firearms, making it the choice for most recreational shooters who want an AR without having to take out a second mortgage.

DPMS Sportical AR-15 Right profile
DPMS Sportical
Barrel16-inch, 4140 chrome moly
Caliber.223 Remington/5.56 NATO
Twist1 in 9 inches
Length32.5 inches
Weight6.3 pounds
SightsRailed gas block
Stock and GripPardus with commercial tube stock, A2 pistol grip, Glacier Guard handguard
Fire ControlStandard AR-15
FeaturesExtruded 7029 T6 slick-sided flat-top upper, forged 7075 T6 lower, A2 birdcage flash hider

ArmaLite Defender 15

The ArmaLite Defender series AR-15 semi-auto rifle comes loaded with features.

Kicking off this build are the 7075-T6 forged aluminum upper and lower receivers.

The Defender 15 features a 16-inch chrome-lined barrel with a 1:7-inch twist and threaded at 1/2×28. A birdcage-style flash hider is also included.

The ArmaLite Defender also features an A2 pistol grip, polymer handguards and collapsible stock.

The rifle and all the furniture feature a matte black finish, as is typical will all of these cheap AR-15s.

ArmaLite Defender AR-15 cheap AR-15s
ArmaLite Defender 15
ActionSingle-stage trigger
Barrel16-inch, double-lapped, chrome-lined, chrome moly vanadium MIL-B-11595-E barrel, with M203 stepdown, threaded 1/2×28
Caliber5.56mm NATO (accepts .223 Remington)
Twist1 in 7 inches, right hand
Length32 inches collapsed, 35.25 inches extended
Weight6.35 pounds
Sights7075-T6 aluminum lower receiver
Stock and GripCollapsible stock with A2 pistol grip
Magazine30 rounds
FinishesBlack, anodized upper and lower receiver, polymer handguards, manganese phosphated steel barrel, 7075-T6 aluminum flat-top upper receiver, 7075-T6 aluminum lower receiver

S&W M&P15 Sport

Designed to the exact specifications and features as other S&W M&P 15 models, the Smith & Wesson Military & Police Model 15 Sport is different in that it does not contain a dust cover or a forward assist.

This slight deviation from the military design allows the rifle to be slightly more affordable.

The M&P 15 features a 1:9-inch twist with an adjustable A2-style front post.

The flat top-style upper receiver is ready for the optic of your choosing, but also works great with the included Magpul MBUS rear sight.

Smith and Wesson M&P 15 stock Cheap AR-15s
Smith & Wesson Military & Police 15 Sport AR-15
Barrel16-inch, 4140 Steel
Caliber5.56mm NATO (accepts .223 Remington)
Twist1:9 right hand
Length32 inches collapsed, 35  inches extended
Weight6.45 pounds
Stock and GripCollapsible six-position stock
Magazine30 rounds
FinishesMil-Spec hard-coat anodized black

Diamondback DB-15 Sport

The Diamondback AR-15 semi-auto rifle is a great value. This particular rifle is the sportier version that does not have the dust cover or forward assist.

Chambered in 5.56 NATO, the DB-15SB has a 16-inch M4 contour barrel.

The 7075 T6 aluminum-forged receivers come with the upper receiver in a flat-top configuration.

The stock is an ATI Strikeforce mounted to a commercial-diameter buffer tube.

This AR-15 has a standard two-piece handguard, fixed A2 front sight and the rifle features a black finish.

Diamondback DB-15 rifle
Diamondback AR-15 DB-15S
Barrel16-inch, 4140 chrome-moly, M4 contour, A2 flash hider
Caliber5.56mm NATO (accepts .223 Remington)
Twist1 in 9 inches
Length32.5 inches collapsed, 36.25 inches extended
Weight6.65 pounds
SightsFixed front sight
FeaturesForged 7075 T6 aluminum lower receiver, A3 flat-top forged 7075 T6 aluminum upper receiver, two-piece polymer handguard, ATI Strikeforce stock with aluminum commercial buffer tube assembly

Core15 M4 Scout

Core15 is another excellent firearm made with American Pride and Ingenuity.

The Core15 uses state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and only the highest-quality components to ensure you have a firearm that will shoot accurately in any environment.

The motto “Where Mil-Spec is just the starting point” is the guiding principle at Core15.

It is easy to understand why — reviews by shooters show Core15 is one of the best cheap AR-15s.

Core15 M4 Scout Rifle cheap AR-15s
CORE15 M4 Scout AR-15 Semi-Auto Rifle 100425
OperationDirect gas impingement gas system
Barrel16-inch, 4140 M4 profile barrel, A2 flash hider
Caliber5.56mm NATO (accepts .223 Remington)
Twist1 in 9 inches
Weight5.9 pounds
Sights“F” marked A-frame front sight base (forged)
Stock and GripA2 pistol grip, Core15 six-position retractable stock
FinishChrome-lined 8620 stainless steel bolt carrier, Mil-Spec forged 7075-T6 lower receiver, Core15 Mil-Spec forged 7075-T6 M4 upper receiver, gas tube made of 304-grade stainless steel, Type III Class II hard-coat anodized finish
FeaturesBeveled magwell for improved reloading speed, machined chevrons in front strap, bullet pictogram safety markings, M4 feed ramps, (1913 Picatinny rail flat-top) with dry lube internal finish, M4-style thermoset-molded polymer handguards, Core15 hardcore billet charging handle V.1, Core’s NO BS Lifetime Warranty

Bushmaster Firearms Carbon 15

The Bushmaster Firearms Carbon 15 is an excellent rifle for defense, duty and competition.

The Bushmaster Firearms Carbon 15 represents the pinnacle of innovation, utilizing a high-quality Carbon-15 receiver and aluminum upper for an ultra-lightweight and durable platform.

The Bushmaster Firearms Carbon 15 continues the legacy of excellence that has made the Bushmaster Firearm lineup world-famous.

Bushmaster Carbon 15 Rifle cheap AR-15s
Bushmaster Firearms Carbon 15
Barrel16-inch M4 contour barrel with A2 flash hider
Twist1 in 12 inches
Weight6.25 pounds
SightsFixed front sight base and bayonet lug
StockSix-position stock assembly to fit a variety of shooters
FeaturesCarbon-15 composite receiver and aluminum upper, upper receiver left open allowing user flexibility in rear sight choices, Mission First Tactical polymer quad rail with rail covers

Century International GP WASR-10

I know it’s not an AR-15, but everyone deserves an AK as well.

The Wassenaar Arrangement Semi-Automatic Rifle is a semi-automatic version of the Romanian military Pistol Mitralier model 1963/1965, better known here in the U.S. as the “Romy G.”

Made by Cugir Factory and imported and modified by Century International Arms to conform to 922(r), the WASR is an inexpensive, durable, reliable and customizable Kalishnikov-series rifle.

The GP WASR 10 is perfect for the beginner or AK-47 purist.

Century Arms WASR 10
Century International GP WASR-10
Barrel16.25-inch, chrome-lined
Twist1 in 10 inches
Length34.25 inches
Weight7.5 pounds
SightsSide receiver scope mount
Stock and GripMilitary-style wood stock and handguard, black polymer pistol grip
Magazine30-round, removable box magazine
FeaturesStamped receiver, legendary AKM reliability, slant brake, bayonet lug

Conclusion: Cheap AR-15s

Even though your budget may be limited, your options are not.

If you choose any of the cheap AR-15s on this list, you are sure to have an excellent firearm.

Tell us which cheap AR-15s fit your budget and what you like about the in the comment section below!

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Comments (62)

  1. I got the ATI GFX 1911 .45 ACP MIL 5″ ATIGFX45MIL
    and even though it’s very plain compared to the FXH, it works well and reminds me of the one I had in the USMC.

    1. Oh, and my ATI GFX 1911 was only $299 ($316.99 shipped) on clearance.
      A decent 1911 for around $300!

  2. Bang for the buck! This year, 2017, has been the year! I picked up a Bushmaster carbine with rebate for around 400$. I saw the week after that ruger had a sale and rebate on their. 223 for under 500$. High quality for either. I couldn’t be happier with the bushmaster. It feeds everything and is super accurate. (I junked the cheap red dot that came with, and put it on a pellet gun).

  3. Heck, at a MINIMUM you could publish the MSRP.

    “Best bang for the BUCK” ?


    And your “policy” be damned.

  4. I bought an Omni Hybred Maxx in .300 AAC Blackout and a cheap upper in 5.56. I run a Leupold 1-5 power scope on the .300 and a barska 3x9x40 on the 5.56 upper. To date I have spent 740 plus 94 for a quality Plano case.

    I couldn’t be happier. Since purchase I’ve used the modular framework to produce several combinations that would wear my fingers out typing. Suffice to say, I love the thing.

    I can’t wait to buy a ATI FXH .45 as soon as my favorite site has one in stock.

  5. Yes, the prices change, but it kills the title without them.
    List the prices as of this date, but you have to list them.

  6. I was very disappointed in your review due to the fact that there were no prices included in which to compare the different offering against one another. How can you title this “the best bang for your buck” without the $BUCKS$???? ????

    1. Prices often change with the market, so as a policy, we seldom include the prices in the article. ~ Dave Dolbee

    2. Well Dave, your readership is speaking to you and they are telling you to make a small change to your policy about the pricing.
      Others state that the prices are as of “this date” or “as tested” and may change, and we get that.
      I and others have stated, “Bang for the buck” requires you list the “Bang” as in the gun make and model, check, then the “Buck” price as tested, Fail.

    3. Archangel,

      I hear ya, and I’ll pass it up to the boss (again). His sandbox; his rules though… However, I’ll do my best. Besides, I have not been chewed out for anything in awhile, so I am over due… ~Dave Dolbee

  7. I give the article a ‘C+’ and that’s being quite generous. The limited info was helpful, but without the MSRP, it is darn tough to compare one from the other. The article was titled, “The Best Bang for Your Buck…”, but there were no bucks listed! The digital editor should have caught that blunder.

  8. Ok, listen numbskulls, most the AR15s listed here are in very affordable price ranges. So act like you know some ‘gun stuff’

  9. Really? No Anderson? C’mon guys! If you want a great AR go to Wise Arms get your credit card ready, select the lower of your choice, switch over to complete uppers, select the one you love and BAM! You have a great AR on it’s way to your FFL.

    1. There was a heavy sales volume at the beginning of the year after the President’s latest gun control speech and executive orders. I will check the links and freshen them up if in stock. Thanks for being a reader. ~Dave Dolbee

  10. So, cheap you say?

    Prove it and post the prices!

    When prices are not provided it’s because they know the sticker shock will drive you away before they can sucker you into a round of high pressure sales pitches.

    1. Archangel,
      Prices do occasionally change by a couple of dollars depending on the warehouse. As a result, we often just provide the link to the product by clicking on the Shop Now button.

    2. I have given up looking there because I do not want to click the “BUY NOW” over and over just to see the price.
      Other sites post prices so we can see them together with the other choices.

    3. Archangel,
      We often sell out of a particular product listing, but have the product in stock in another color, configuration or at a different warehouse. Posting the price in these cases may cause a price mismatch where you click on a link expecting one price and landing on another. When an article is new, we try to link to the direct product, but in time, as stock numbers change, we often link to the product more generally, so it does not land on an “Out of stock” message when we may have it in stock. ~Dave Dolbee

    4. Other sites have the basic price listed as a starting point, and with that you can add or not add options that can raise or lower the price from there.

      The thing is we have ZERO idea what the price ranges are on your site, and if the first few we click on happen to be the more expensive ones, people will think all your guns are pricey and you lose potential sales.
      The days of people spending time digging through a location to find a decent item that fits their budget are gone.
      With the Internet, we can easily give up on you site as the next one is not a long drive away, but a simple click away.

    5. Having a disclaimer that the prices were MSRP at time of writing the article is perfectly acceptable. We understand prices change and wouldn’t expect the same prices 5 years from now. Have some faith in your readers’ intelligence.

  11. I didn’t see any prices for the ARs in the article, but I have 2 S&W M&Ps,,one AR15 and one AR10…less than $2,000 for both and I’m very happy with them. They have been and continue to be good buys.

  12. An AR15 should be issued to every young man or woman who has completed his 2 year required military service or newly implemented anti terror citizen army who do various duties as seen fit by the NRA. Thats my idea!

  13. My neighbors very nice custom built AR from palmetto that he spent 1200+ on is far less reliable than my Smith M&P that I paid 500 for… so you can see why I prefer an AR built in the factory… no jams, adjustments, etc… just shooting for fun.

  14. Having now built 4 AR 15`s from scratch, I will never buy another assembled AR from any manufacturer. Considering the last one I built for $408, there is no reason to buy any of these listed above. Assembly is easy and takes generally about 75 minutes to accomplish. You can buy these if you like, but I`ll build mine and use the extra money for ammo.

    1. Used parts is the only way I can see it happening. That said, I happened to win an auction for a DTI, cost before shipping and FFL was $400.00 even.

    2. Having built my first AR spent about 800$ on a rifle worth twice or three times as much at any store or retailer I 100% agree. Not to mention building the weapon gives you knowledge far surpassing someone who goes into a retailer and buys an AR. There’s nothing I can’t do to or with the AR I built to my specs for my purposes. Buying a generic model rifle and customizing it is a ridiculous notion for me at this point. Mil-Spec is mil-spec and from the looks of it most of these rifles are not. Why pay more for less ?

  15. I agree with Mike, a few more detailed pictures and prices on these guns would have been much better. Also I wonder why AR makers don’t offer a wiser veriety of calibers for this gun. There are many cartridges designed specifically for the AR-15 platform, 6.5 Grenel, 300 AAC blackout, 458 SOCOM ect. most any rifle made is offered from the manufacurer in multible calibers, why not the AR.

    1. The larger manufacturers make what sells quickly so they can get the quickest return on their money. Most of the other rounds you mentioned are specialty calibers, stuff the big boys don’t want to deal with. If you go to most of the smaller custom AR guys, there is where you will find your specialty calibers.

  16. I realize that Cheap(er) is part of company logo but lets quit calling inexpensive but quality built AR’s cheap; That is not to say you cannot call a piece of crap cheaply made when you find it.
    The snob appeal is great as money equates with penis size for some people, the bigger more expensive the weapon the shorter the gun.
    The old equations of manufacturing sloopy materials construction and manufacturing to sell cheap are very rare today.
    As an example the very same fit ti finish of doors to rooflines are the sameon most inexpensive Fords ChevsToyotas as upon the lexus mercedrs and BMWs that cost 10x’s more.
    SAME precision machinery is found in all major weaponsmakers tooling rooms, and the same quality of metals are used ; the assembly isconstantly in danger of leaving out human hands completely .
    THERE IS nothing cheap going out to gun stores today, inexpensive but very little in the process is cheap, except for some fly by night gun show sharpies of the used weapons.

    1. Your analogy of quality-to-price ratio is outrageously flawed. As a retired manufacturing engineer with more that 35 years in the appliance, automotive, military and aerospace manufacturing business, you do not seem to know that durability and reliability play a BIG role in driving pricing. Where you are partially correct in assessing many brands begin with the similar base materials and designs, there is a VAST difference in many manufacturer’s processes that profoundly impact the end product’s reliability, longevity and cost. Of course there are exceptions but they tend to be few and far between in the high-end consumer product market. I’m still trying to understand your analogy of one’s penis size having anything to do with choosing a product for purchase that isn’t the least expensive on the market. How does that work?

    2. A. Fulghum: Aside from your excellent breakdown of points regarding the “VAST difference in many manufacturers’ processes”, Hide Behind also appears to not have a comprehensible understanding for the formal definition of the word “CHEAP”.

      As he puts it, “lets quit calling inexpensive but quality built AR’s cheap”; when in fact that is the exact definition of cheap:

      Oxford: 1(Of an item for sale) low in price; worth more than its cost.

      Merriam-Webster: 1 a : purchasable below the going price or the real value, b : charging or obtainable at a low price , c : depreciated in value (as by currency inflation)

      While some inappropriately use the word “cheap” to refer to low quality items, the definition applies more so to high quality items of value sold at a lower price than that of their actual higher valued worth. It’s what most of us consider a “good deal”.

      Now back to your “VAST difference in many manufacturers’ processes”… as you said, it will “profoundly impact the end product’s reliability”. Within the scope of your reply and given your extensive knowledge, I think you’d agree also that longevity and experience in a particular manufacturing industry is key here to successful quality.

      Lack of experience, skills, poor design, inappropriately set machining tolerances, or high turn-over rates can and do all lead to deficient reliability if not outright failure. Even the experienced companies get it wrong from time-to-time and have to recall bad batches of products. All of which can occur with even the highest quality materials being used.

      Conversely some of the youngest companies using high-tech computer design and wiz-kid engineers are now able to utilize some of the lowest quality grade materials but employ new designs that get good results on materials that were previously considered crap.

      So as the article puts it, it really comes down to trial and error to eventually see which of these ARs truly give you the “Best Bang for Your Buck”

  17. Dave, this wasn’t very helpful. I think more effort should be given to make an article like this with pictures and prices.

  18. Het guys… for those complaining there are no prices, you have to click the red colored hyperlinks in each paragraph that describes each AR. CTD rarely, if ever, puts prices in their articles because prices change; however, they usually always include a hyperlink to a page on their site with current prices.

    Aside from that, I must be a cheap b@stard because I own 4 of the 12 listed ARs here. But I also own several top-end ARs as well so it evens out. I use and abuse my cheapies for plinking and… yes, my expensive guns remain closet (vault) queens.

  19. the gas piston operated Adams Arms AR15 deserves some consideration.,it is an awesome semiauto rifle.

  20. sorry these maybe cheap Ar’s …But out of all listed there was only 1 that I might think about buying an that was s+w…. the rest are just cheap …..

  21. Just wondering how the Sig Sauer M400 Enhanced didn’t make the list. This is the first and only AR-15 I have bought bur have been around many others and fired many also. Yes I bought it for between $900-$1000, when the prices were up as you discussed but the only reason I ask about this model is its got excellent user friendly worth the money even at the price I paid user ability. Just wondered how it didn’t make the list. Oh and one other is the S&W LE6920 didn’t make it either which was also a surprise. Otherwise great article still think the Sig should have made it on the list but I guess I’m biased as I love mine and it’s one of the best economical AR’s out there. Just my opinion.

    1. i have original AR 15,,, .223,,, and 5.56 NATO and love it,,, carried same 2 different times in nam….it didnt make the list either,,, and i defy anyone to try to outshoot it

  22. Good, but INCOMPLETE!!!
    NEXT TIME,..when you reprint articles, demand PHOTOGRAPHS!!
    AND..MSRP…AND CTD pricing…
    It’s your website you can do it!!

  23. Dave, what happened? The point of the article was “cheap,” but I don’t see any MSRP prices listed, making the article meaningless from a price standpoint.

    1. Totally agree with Smitty. If we had at least an MSRP to start with it would be helpful or better yet, a direct link to CTD with pricing and purchase options. You can tell the Marketing guys were not involved in this write up! 🙂 Also, I am surprised that the lifetime warranty (and a transferable one at that) was not mentioned in the Maine-based, former Bushmaster producer now called Windham Weaponry.

  24. I got my first AR15 and it was the diamondback but it came with the front fix sight, dust cover & and forward assist.

    Then I bought a second one as well.

    Both AR15’s I then added the Magpul MBUS rear sights and the vortex SPARC II red dot scopes to both.
    Each one came in around $900 each.

    One I am adding a single point sling ring and probably with one I’m going to add a flip up side magnifier for the scope. $200 additional.

    Hopefully these will work for me.

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