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  • 01/21/2018 04:09 PM CT
    by James G - Lifetime Points: 48848 Chosen as Best Answer
  • These two rifles are so close in feature and function that they are nearly identical. Being an AR guy, the decision for me would be the advantage of the "Mid-Length" Gas System of the Spikes. It will yield lower receiver pressures (softer shooting) and will handle a wider range of cartridge pressures with less overall wear to the rifle. Accuracy, function, durability in my opinion are equal. The mid length gas system is a natural progression/advantage over the carbine length system of the LE6920.

  • 01/21/2018 04:27 PM CT
    by randy i - Lifetime Points: 21198
  • The guns are so close in specs I would choose whichever I could get the best deal on IE price/extras

  • 01/21/2018 03:57 PM CT
    by Steve P - Lifetime Points: 7541
  • Please click the green box stating it as the best answer. We are rated on our answers and are just volunteers, not Buds employees. You can choose more then one Thank you!

  • 01/21/2018 03:57 PM CT
    by Steve P - Lifetime Points: 7541
  • Read this for more info on both...calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=1214110

  • 01/21/2018 03:55 PM CT
    by Steve P - Lifetime Points: 7541
  • Hi Michael, Both are great firearms. I'd go with Colt..Very close in comparison its more of do you prefer Colt or Spikes. Here are the specs for both - COLT - The Colt 6920 is the standard by which all other ARs are judged. It is chambered in 5.56 NATO and has a 16" chrome lined 1:7 twist barrel. This rifle comes with a 4 position collapsible M4 stock, M4 handguards with dual heat shield, flat top upper with Magpul MBUS rear sight, and above all the Colt Pony stamped on the receiver. -- Colt LE6920 Semi Auto Rifle -- 5.56 NATO chamber (accepts .223 Remington) -- 16" chrome-lined, M4 barrel -- 1:7" RH twist, 6 lands and grooves -- Gas operated, multi lug rotary locking bolt -- 30 Round Magazine -- Forged flat top upper receiver -- Magpul MBUS rear sight -- Anodized aluminum upper/lower receivers -- Standard M4 front sight base -- Two piece, black plastic handguards with dual heat shields -- Black 4 position buttstock -- Length: 32 to 35.5" -- Weight: 6.29 lbs -- Black Spikes --- 5.56mm NATO (accepts .223 Remington) -- 16" Government Profile Barrel -- 1:7" Twist Rate -- Mid-Length Gas System -- F-Marked A2 Front Sight Base -- .750 Diameter Gas Seat -- Spikes Tactical Mil-Spec M16 Bolt Carrier Group -- Mid-Length Polymer Hand Guards -- A2 Flash Hider -- Mil-Spec Lower Parts -- Spikes Tactical T2 Tungsten Buffer -- Spikes Tactical M4 Collapsible Stock -- Magpul MBUS Rear Sight -- Hard Plastic Case -- Spikes Tactical Lifetime Warranty -- No Magazine Included -- Black