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Posted: 6/15/2009 3:58:21 PM EST
So, my absolutely wonderful wife gave me an incentive.

Ya see, we just bought a house and have a little bit of credit card debt built up, well under $4000. The incentive is that, once we get the credit cards paid off then I get to put up to $1600 back on one of them, in the form of a new "black" rifle.

Now, I really need help in deciding which one to go with.

I'm really looking at the M&P 15 chambered in 5.45x39. I own a VEPR in that caliber and absolutely love the round, especially the cost ( 2160 rds for $398 or approx. $.184 per round). Can anyone convince me NOT to go with this rifle?

I am also very interested in the SIG 556 (I own a P229).

I'll probably get another AK chambered in 7.62 tonight, so no need there.

Any suggestions on brands, accessories and all that fun stuff is very much appreciated.

S&W 638 .38 :: Sig P229 :: Ruger MkIII :: VEPR K 5.45x39 AK-74 :: Mosin Nagant M44 :: Hi-Point 995 9mm (shoulder fired pistol)
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:00:13 PM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 4:02:23 PM EST by jcrowl]
Colt 6920, you can get one for $1300, so you'll have money left over for an optic
Go with the 5.56 mm, the All American round, lot more varieties of it than that commie ammo.
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