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Postby top » 19 Apr 2014, 15:40

Hi has anyone had a rifle of these, ive been on there site but it doesn't tell you that much, just want to know if there any good and what the accuracy is like, im looking at getting one of there AR-15 in .22LR
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Re: Lantac

Postby Mantonflint » 19 Apr 2014, 22:18

If you want a black rifle IMO Lantac is the outfit to supply a quality product, at a price. ;)
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Re: Lantac

Postby top » 20 Apr 2014, 05:55

Cheers Brian, its the accuracy im looking for, to buy one from Lantac im looking at £1500 compared to the £700 it would cost me for a h&k 416 i don't want to pay £1500 if its no accurate than the h&k.
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Re: Lantac

Postby Mantonflint » 20 Apr 2014, 07:20

I think we may have beaten this subject to death on the black forum Paul. I'm sure that if you spoke to Lantac they would advise on the capability of their rifles. With a .22 rifle of the Lantac AR15 type you're paying for the concept and the production engineering that goes with it. In a semi-auto .22RF there is little to beat a sorted Volkquartsen barrelled custom Ruger 10/22, you've seen how mine performs in the accuracy stakes. ;)
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