In the gun community, the words “bargain” and “carbine” when buying a new rifle often lead to disappointment, poor quality and more money spent over time on upgrades to make your rifle shoot the way you want. We often find ourselves in a predicament where buying parts and assembling a modern sporting rifle or splurging and dropping the cash on a “high end”, factory product would have been less invasive on our pocketbooks. To everyone who has made those self-correcting mistakes…or climbed that learning curve; Richard Dyke, the founder of Windham Weaponry told the industry to hold his beer.

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