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New AR-15 stripped lower receiver for 50 bucks plus shipping

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by NVMM, Dec 17, 2009.

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  1. NVMM

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  2. taliv

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    wow. anybody used them?
     
  3. Tirod

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    The market is getting really saturated. Wonder how many days this will last.

    I haven't even started on the last lower, and this is tempting.
     
  4. Mags

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    I sthat right? Maybe it should read 50 dollars?
     
  5. highorder

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    *Lower receivers CNC machined from certified 7075 aluminum forgings and anodized per Mil-A-8625. Lower receivers are marked with "multi-use" for use of different calibers.

    Sounds ok to me...
     
  6. SteveCase

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    Didn't Shotgun news have an article about SI defense a couple months ago. Yea they did i think i have the magazine in my dorm room desk. IIRC they were selling a complete rifle for about 1500-1800 dollars and are supposed top notch products. I think they said they were made out west somewhere by a family owned company. I wish I brought the magazine home, cause im intrested now and im not gonna drive back to school just for a magazine, its freakin cold up here in New England
     
  7. Big_E

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    Wow, Spikes Tactical had lowers on sale for $89 but this is just too good to be true. Looks like I may have found stocking stuffers :p

    They appear to be quality, being that they are made from the same material and process as the other lowers.
     
  8. wishin

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    If it sounds too good to be true................

    We need some ice-breakers out there to find out!
     
  9. RockyMtnTactical

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    Great price. If the holes are drilled in the right spot to the right spec...
     
  10. waterhouse

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    Thanks for the heads up. I just picked up several. Should know by next week how they look. They have upper receivers for $50 as well.
     
  11. NVMM

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    When anyone receives one, How about a report.
    Thanks
     
  12. RP88

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    Ditto.

    This is listed as a sale, so it may not last, but even at the $100.00 "our price" point, it's still pretty good.
     
  13. Dr.Rob

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    Thats like stocking stuffer pricing.
     
  14. PBinWA

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    I ordered an upper for my stocking! ;)
     
  15. taliv

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    man, that is tempting
     
  16. waterhouse

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    I was thinking the same. I got a couple for me and several others for Christmas gifts.

    And here I was thinking I had enough ARs.
     
  17. Motodeficient

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    Maybe a stocking stuffer for next year, it says they will ship in 6-8 weeks
     
  18. PBinWA

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    Now if one of you guys would post an under $100 bolt and barrel sale then I'd really be having a good Christmas! :)
     
  19. Creature

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    Good point. Leaves one wondering....
     
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    CFS had them for $85 shipped a few weeks ago. Wonder what their shipping is on top the $50.00
    Still a great deal but do i really need an 2nd unbuilt lower?
    sooo tempting
     
  21. Wildyams

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    I've been looking at building my own AR.. don't know a hole lot about them though. From what i've seen that looks like a great price, they also have a 16" barrel for $150, but it says its chambered in .223 Wylde. what does that mean? and is $150 a good price?
     
  22. PBinWA

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    Shipping for a stripped upper to WA was $13.58.
     
  23. waterhouse

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    Shipping for 10 lowers was $20
     
  24. Erik M

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    Confirmed, they are American made products. From the site:

    SI Defense was conceived by an aerospace manufacturer, which is owned by a Service Disabled Vietnam Veteran located in beautiful Kalispell Montana.
    The owner, Richard Sonju, fought for the United States of America in the Vietnam War, where he gathered military intelligence in coordination with the Special Forces on the turbulent borders of Cambodia and Laos.


    I wouldnt mind having 1 of these, I've lost my contact who has an FFL for the holidays. ​
     
  25. wishin

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    RRA uses the .223 Wylde on some of its guns. Claims are that the chamber is better engineered to handle both .223 and 5.56 for greater accuracy.
     
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