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You now have plausible deniability because if anyone ask you do you own one of those evil black rifles you can say no.
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Hey congrats! That's a really, uh, it's well, RED.

You can always paint it camo. LOL.
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Excellent points!  As long as it functions, what it looks like isn't important.  If my wife had given me permission to buy a purple and orange AR, I would have bought it. Who knows, maybe with the Mr. Trump AR, I'll finally get her to go shooting with me! [smile] 
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I see that another seller has a similar AR for sale, but in all black.  Not as nice as the one I bought and more money!  So, I saved money by getting red!  Everything works out for a reason.
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Frosty Owl, isn't that the new Secret Service Presidential Protection Detail Carbine? [rofl]

I built a CAR-15 shortly after getting out of the Army in '88, but I couldn't hunt with it in MN at the time, and it was bit too much for HD in the apartments I lived in, so right before the Klinton Ban went into effect, I took it to the big gun show at the MN State Fairgrounds, and got the $1600 I had on the case within 10 minutes of being there, and the guy couldn't whip the Benjamins out fast enough! I had about $350 into it. Now that I can build one for around that again, or just buy one for not much more, I might have to consider it. My son has a DPMS Sportical, took 4 deer with it. (so far.) 
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Now that has pizazz and style! Not to forget to mention that it will more than likely not get lost when you set it down. 
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Sitting here looking in the gunsafe and looking over all my weapons to sort of reevaluate what I truly have and what I need. I have revolvers, and pistols, both of the defensive varieties and hunting handguns, more than I perhaps "need". I have hunting and defensive shotguns and rifles, and carbines. So even though I do not have an AR, the basic type of rifle is covered to a degree. What I don't have is a full powered battle rifle. With that in mind I have done a bit of looking around and think that the Socom 16 might just be added to my list and I will have plenty of time while saving to decide what will be first to buy.

I like the smaller size of the Socom over a fill size M1A or an FAL or the like, and the way it pretty much fits Cooper's scout rifle concept which I personally believe to be the epitome of the modern battle rifle concept, except he envisioned a bolt rifle. I have shot the Socom and it is amazing for its size and weight. I also like how it could easily take on the role of a hunting weapon with the use of a small capacity magazine.
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