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All the quality of the RRA LAR-15, re-engineered and outgitted specifically for the left handed shooter! With left hand side ejection port, safety selector, bolt catch; ambi mag release and ambi charging handle.
I have had my RRA LAR-15 Elite Operator left hand model for about 2 years now and the gun is flawless. It might strike some as interesting that I am a right hand shooter but, in the military my firearms instructor noticed that my second shot took longer than my first shot and since I was chosen to represent my squad in shooting matches he wanted to figure out why it took so long for my second shot. It may not sound like much time but .5 seconds is a long time in certain types of matches. His suggestion was that I should try out a left handed model M-16. It worked like a charm. It seems that when I was shooting the right hand model the ejecting brass would catch my eye and thereby slow up my next shots. So when it came time to buy an AR-15 for 3 gun competitions I went looking for a left handed gun. I looked at pretty much all of the ones available on the market and upon test firing the Rock River Arms LAR-15 Elite Operator LH, I knew I had found what I had been searching for. The rifle is absolutely flawless. It shoots accurately with the iron sights, which are a pure joy to use compared to the old M-16s I used in the military. Additionally, with either a red dot or a scope the gun is again just dead on accurate. If I have any complaint about the gun its that its a bit on the heavy side, which isnt really that bad anyway. The weight tells me that the forged upper and lower are solid machinery and able to take a few bumps and bruises along the way, with the thick undergrowth here in the Virginia forests any rifle worth its salt had better be up to a few knocks. I would certainly recommend this rifle to anyone looking for a nice, solid, dependable AR-15.