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Greetings.

Just recently bought the Ruger AR and I want to run a single point set-up.
But of course the rifle doesn't accommodate. I seen some no smith options
like Troy. To me that adds weight and bulk. I'd prefer to do it the correct
way and pull the stock plate off behind the castle nut and drop in one that
has an HK loop or similar. Just writing to get some ideas.
Maybe I shouldn't be such a perfectionist and settle for
the non smith bolt on type. What's your thoughts?

Thanks guys! -keith
 

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I second the Magpul ASAP attachment. I use them on all my ARs.
 

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Thanks for the option guys. Looks like a great set-up. My only
concern was the negative reviews for being noisy. Is it that
bad? -keith
 

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Hey keith is it the new ar15 556 from Ruger? Ive been reading on them. Don't currently own a ar but do own 2 Rugers. Considering purchasing the Rugers AR 556. Any thoughts or opinions on it?
 

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Yes it is the new Ruger AR. I've only had the chance to dump one
30rd Magpul genII through it. So far it's an awesome rifle. Mainly
because of the price. A fellow really cant go wrong for that price.
I took my Aimpoint H1 off my mini-14 and mounted it with the
new Daniel Defense Micro mount, the one that comes with an
extra spacer that lets you choose 1/3 or absolute co-witness.
I ended up choosing co-witness. The only thing left that i want
to do is mount a single point attachment. Other than that it's
ready to roll. Again for the money, get you one. -keith
 
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