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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStarMedic View Post
    Thanks, I'm probably gonna stick with some iron sights for now for optics. Most of those sights are over-priced compared to Palmetto State Armory, BUT I found a really good deal on del-ton (Complete 16" A2 style upper with bolt-carrier group for $400!) they're out of stock though so I might have to wait awhile.
    You might want to take a look at Vortex optics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StayFrosty View Post
    You might want to take a look at Vortex optics.
    Thanks for the reference, they have a lot of good stuff
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    You CAN get decent quality oprical sighting solutions at a discount price - but you have to do your homework to avoid all the junk out there. You can also find used optics, and many of the better companies offer a lifetime warranty on their products - as long as you're willing to deal with the warranty process.

    I run an ACOG on my carbine, with a much ckeaper red dot sight on a 45 degree offset for rapid engagement and as a backup. It made no sense to me to buy a top line red dot in addition to the ACOG.

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    Thanks. For now though, I'm just looking for a good completed upper. It's probably gonna be one from Del-Ton (assuming they ever get more in stock) and a quad-rail either with it or shortly after. A friend told me to check midwayusa.com but the prices didn't catch me.
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    The S&W MP15T is a nice weapon and it doesn't break your purse.
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