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I would rather get a good DMR and spend what it needed to make it better than get a budget DMR and to gut it out and spend more money.

Also budget guns have budget externals which you have to live with.
 

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If you want an M14, go G&G or Marui. Like vindicare said, the G&G Veteran is a good choice since it's pretty accurate and comes with around 120m/s stock.

If you want an armalite platform, I can vouch for G&P internals and externals. All you need is a battery, spring, hopup chamber and bucking, and tight bore barrel. My G&P Sentry gearbox runs an M130 spring and shoots around 140-145m/s (approximate, no chrono), everything inside the gearbox is stock (except the spring of course), and it's been hitting it's targets since early 2010.

I hear VFC's are also very nice, but I can't vouch for the internals since I had a friend who shattered his bevel gear in a month-old VFC.

TLDR: G&G M14 or any long barreled G&P
 

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Yes the Magpul Masada is pretty good out of the box.
I've kept mine stock (except of the bucking) for now, now I plan on installing a barrel, though I want the SPR kit!

I've been waiting for the SPR kit for some time now...


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Dboys M16A4. they come standard with a tight bore, are cheap, have decent hop up, and really good quality externals for the price. they are a little heavy since they use a more budge material then some of the nicer brands like G&P.
 

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The G&P although SR25 based, visually still looks like a M16 with a scope, but the Scar SSR, well that draws attention at the field like my VFC ASW338LM.

The VFC Scar SSR is way cooler in appearance. Much better externals over the G&G Scar.
 
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