COLT MSRP: $1250* Altogether, Colt puts out the rifle to beat. There is one minor issue you might want to know about before you buy your Colt. Non-milspec FCG pins Colt uses non-standard size Fire Control Group pins. This makes it impossible to switch trigger groups from a Colt to an LMT/RRA/CMMG/or anyone else. Colt is the ONLY manufacturer doing this. Most aftermarket triggers make both standard pins, and non-standard pins, so this isn’t much of an issue, but it would stink to go out and buy an aftermarket trigger only to find out it won’t fit. Other than the political differences I have with Colt, I would gladly choose a Colt LE6920 to go into harm's way. The issue listed above should be ranked somewhere between minor and frivolous compared to the excellent product you would be getting by buying a Colt. Here's some more pics: M4 Feedramps: Properly Staked Gas Key: Barrel Markings: "F" Marked FSB: In summary: it's a BUY. *****THANKS BEAVO451 FOR THE PICS OF YOUR COLT LE6920!!***** *Price taken from my personal knowledge. One other problem with Colts, is that they bow at the altar of the Military, and only release LE guns every now and then when they have overruns. This makes the price fluctuate wildly. At times, LE6920s can be found for $1150, but don't count on it! Other times they can only be found for $1400 and UP!