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Colt LE6920 Socom II 16" w/Daniel Defense RIS II Quad Rail
[LE6920SCMII]
$1,408.00
by Jerry H Date Added: Thursday 28 March, 2013
Finally the weather cleared enough to test this weapon. The good stuff: It shoots very well and I never had an instance of failure to feed or fire with any of the different ammunition I used. It is also very solid and well made; Fit and Finish are what you would expect from a High Priced Colt. I fired approximately 150 rounds and the function was excellent. The rifle is nice and light and the barrel is Heavy profile.
Bad Stuff: Sights are adequate but if you want a 100 yd. Tack Driver invest in a good optic, Red Dot or Good Tactical Scope-The rifle has a very good rail System so any good choice will work. The existing fold down sights work well in a pinch and will allow groups of 6-8" at 100 yds. but you can get better results. The magazines seem light and cheap but polymer mags are a little difficult to insert so I can see the need to use thin metal mags. I used Syntech mags and they were difficult to install and I did not try Magpul. The last thing is the strap. I cannot find a point of attachment on the front so right now its useless. Maybe I'm missing something but there's nothing in the manual (that I can find) to illustrate how it works.
Overall a nice rifle and over time will probably be worth the money but no matter what you pay, get ready to shell out another $300-500 for a good scope. Still think Colt should pay a little more attention to the small stuff like the manual and the magazines. For almost 2 G's every type magazine should slide in smooth as butter. 4 Stars

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