Anderson vs DPMS AR-15 rifle review

Check out the Anderson vs DPMS Oracle AR-15 reviews and videos and you decide if it is good enough for your arsenal.

TIP #1:
First off decide if you are going to plink targets at the range or be using your rifle for home defense. Maybe you want to shoot varmints on the back 40. This will help you decide which accessories you may want and also your barrel length.

ANDERSON AM-15 SPECIFICATIONS

This AM-15 is built on an Anderson Forged Upper and Lower Receiver CNC machined from 7075 T6 aluminum, this AM-15 comes with an Anderson Lower and Upper Parts Kit installed by hand, by our Anderson Assembly Team. This AM-15 is completely tested for functionality throughout the build and test fired upon completion to ensure proper cycling.

This rifle runs on a carbine gas system. The Anderson .750 Optic Ready Gas Block has top-picatinny rail that matches the upper receiver height to be compatible with a front sight.
This rifle has an adjustable, six-position buttstock and runs a carbine buffer system. This rifle comes with a 10-rd ASC .223/5.56/.300 Blackout Magazine, an Anderson Owner’s Manual, Anderson Logo Sticker and a rifle cable lock w/ key.
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This black rifle is made in Hebron, Kentucky, USA. Do you have specific state restriction on magazine capacity? Live in California or New York State? This AM-15 comes with a 10-round capacity ASC Magazine to meet your guidelines! This rifle require a Federal Firearms License (FFL) for purchase.

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TIP #2:
The Anderson rifle bills itself as the worlds only lubeless weapon using its RF85 treatment that is in the metal. They show weapon testing 5000 rounds downrange with no lube used at all.

DPMS Oracle AR review

TIP #3:
The DPMS Oracle is about a $700 entry level rig that comes with a red dot.

Not mil-spec and not top level but it still works great. Give the weapon a good inspection once you buy it and make sure you check that the bolt carrier gas pin is staked.

Check the trigger pins and get an anti-walk pin for the trigger.

Check the castle nut on the bolt and put some lock tight on it and it should stay. Make sure the chamber is nice and smooth and not any roughness. Put in 1 inch gas rings as an upgrade. Make sure your gas block is straight.

QUESTION: What is the difference between AM-15 and AR-15 rifles?

ANSWER: The AM-15 is made by Anderson Manufacturing in Hebron, Kentucky USA.

Colt has a trademark on term AR-15.

Colt acquired the AR-15 name from Armalite as its 15th firearm design, but after HR3355 banned them by name from 1994–2004 used other designations like “Match Target.”

In general, most people will call them all AR-15s or AR15s without the hyphen.

Non-cosmetic differences come from the components each manufacturer chooses for a specific model, like caliber, barrel material/length/weight/rifling twist/manufacturing process, trigger, hand guard stock, etc. That determines your shooting experience far more than the brand.

ARs made before 1994 are more valuable in the few states (notably Connecticut) which grandfather them in their “assault weapon” bans. This may be inferred from the specific model as with the Colt AR-15 model SP1 Sporter.

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