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JohnC

ArmaLite's NEW AR-31 .308 Bolt-action rifle

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ArmaLite Inc. proudly introduces the new AR-31. The AR-31 shares the design and the accuracy of our highly acclaimed AR-30A1 bolt-action rifles, but with three MAJOR differences: the AR-31 is chambered in .308 Winchester, it is a short action version of the AR-30A1, and it accepts Armalite’s AR-10B double-stack magazines. That means you can use 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 round mags with the AR-31. For sub-MOA accuracy, think ArmaLite’s AR31!

Caliber: .308 Winchester
Barrel: 24" Double Lapped, Chrome Moly
Rifling Twist: 1:10
Muzzle Device: Muzzle Brake
Trigger: Single Stage
Stock: Adjustable Cheek Piece (Height) & Buttstock (Length)
Overall Length: 45.4" - 47.4"
Weight: 14.1 LBS


Your Price: $3,460.00 EA

 

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http://www.armalite.com/ItemForm.aspx?item=31BT308&ReturnUrl=Categories.aspx?Category=619e7cf7-40cd-49b6-9375-768553b099b8

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Sweet jesus.

 

Awesome gun, but for 3500 bucks, I can make do with a beat-up Rem 700...

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Sweet jesus.

 

Awesome gun, but for 3500 bucks, I can make do with a beat-up Rem 700...

 

 

Retail at online prices will be $2,750-$2,850 if not less than that.

 

Heck, their AR50-A1 50BMG retails for that much and you can find them new for under $3k.

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You can get a nice 308 semi (LaRue/Knight) for around the 3k mark.  I don't see this getting much traction in the firearms community.

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I also fail to see high sales potential for the 14 lb brute.

For well less than $3k the upper end .308 semi AR's like the LMT mws Slickside can be had. Highly accurate, 5 lbs lighter, etc, etc. But, of course, "different strokes" always applies.

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