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    Default Re: Where to buy Colts in PA?

    Quote Originally Posted by R L Suehr View Post
    OP was looking for 1911's not Ar's. Locally Wally world pretty much has the best prices on 6920's. I've never checked out the 6900. Is it stripped down or something? Not really familiar with it.
    lol

    sorry guys, guess i didnt read the original post very well as i have made two posts on this thread dedicated to ARs
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    Default Re: Where to buy Colts in PA?

    Quote Originally Posted by R L Suehr View Post
    OP was looking for 1911's not Ar's. Locally Wally world pretty much has the best prices on 6920's. I've never checked out the 6900. Is it stripped down or something? Not really familiar with it.
    the 6900 is a stripped down no frills AR15, no forward assist, no dust cover, i don't think it comes with sites, metal forearm with 3 or 4 bolt on 3" rails. not a bad gun for a beginner but not something i'd buy because you can get a rock river or stag at the same price with more features. i guess the 6900 is Colt's answer to the SW M&P sport.

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    Default Re: Where to buy Colts in PA?

    Quote Originally Posted by gummy jones View Post
    lol

    sorry guys, guess i didnt read the original post very well as i have made two posts on this thread dedicated to ARs

    I noticed that that's why I said something. No harm No foul.


    Quote Originally Posted by wellcraft View Post
    the 6900 is a stripped down no frills AR15, no forward assist, no dust cover, i don't think it comes with sites, metal forearm with 3 or 4 bolt on 3" rails. not a bad gun for a beginner but not something i'd buy because you can get a rock river or stag at the same price with more features. i guess the 6900 is Colt's answer to the SW M&P sport.
    Kinda what I figured. I've never seen one around here.

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    Default Re: Where to buy Colts in PA?

    Quote Originally Posted by R L Suehr View Post
    I noticed that that's why I said something. No harm No foul.




    Kinda what I figured. I've never seen one around here.
    if you haven't seen one you're definately not missing anything

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