This rifle started it all for DPMS and ushered in a new era of AR
performance. While challenging the misconception that semi-autos could not
be accurate, the LR-308 remains one of the most popular target rifles,
routinely shooting amazingly accurate groups, and taking some of North
America's largest game animals.
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Mfg Item Num: RFLR308
Caliber :308 Winchester/7.62 NATO
Barrel Length :24"
Weight :11.25 lbs
Stock :Black A2
Metal Finish :Black
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Submitted By: Colt B. On 04/02/2014
I purchased this gun through Cabela's for about 1100 bucks. The first time I took this gun out I shot some Federal gold medal match through it and was grouping well under moa. It is certainly an accurate rifle at an affordable price compared to other 308 black rifles. The fit and finish is also very nice but there is a fair amount of play between the upper and lower. I bought this rifle for deer hunting and target shooting and it is a beast to lug through the woods. Fortunately I do not live more than 200 yards from the field I hunt on. I would not recommend this gun to anyone with a long hike in to their hunting grounds. For anything other than bench and field shooting it's just not practical. It doesn't have that WOW factor that some brands have, but when you pull the trigger it goes boom, and if you do your part, it's right on the money. Oh and speaking of the trigger, it's the worst trigger I've ever felt. Ten pounds of grit and creep. I personally wish that I had saved the money and put it towards something of a bit higher quality and lower weight. If you want this gun for bench shooting, I think it's a decent option, but also factor in the cost of a trigger job.
[3 of 5 Stars]