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Surplus Arms & Ammo LOW15 Stripped AR Lower Receiver - $59.95!!!

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by NVMM, Aug 26, 2010.

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  1. NVMM

    NVMM Member

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    http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.aspx?item=F1SASL&search=surplus+arms

    Looks good!
    Advanced aerospace manufacturing technology was utilized to produce the industries finest, forged Mil-Spec lowers. These receivers are machined on automated, cellular manufacturing system to produce a product of unequaled quality and value. These forged lowers will accept all standard lower parts kits. These have pictograms for fire control and are quality made using 7075 T6 aluminum and are marked "CAL MULTI" to accommodate most builds.
     
  2. Doogy

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    they're great! They are made by Aero Precision, and for those that know ARs, 'nuff said.
     
  3. taliv

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    geez, i really don't need any more ARs, but man that looks like a screaming deal
     
  4. david_the_greek

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    When they say standard lower parts kit, do they mean commercial spec or mil-spec? I personally am not jumping out of planes and such, but my current ones are "mil-spec" and I like to switch around stocks and such.
     
  5. rromeo

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    Commercial vs mil spec is the buffer tube. This lower will work fine for you.

    Why do they say not for sale to California? If that name isn't on the list, it's perfectly legal. It's not cost effective though.
     
  6. BLFD1

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    Does anyone know a retailer that sells these to CA residents? I have a few of them now and they're great entry level receivers. Especially at this price they're hard to beat.
     
  7. BullfrogKen

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    That is quite a deal. Looks like they're all sold out right now.
     
  8. Z-Michigan

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    They come back in stock every few weeks.

    I have several. They are perfectly machined in all ways except - the magwell is hardly flared. Not a tiny bit. This is only a minor defect, but it does mean there is some, small benefit to buying a nicer lower that has a flare or bevel machined on the inside bottom of the magwell.

    If that comment doesn't make sense to you, you don't need to worry about it!
     
  9. GunFlipper

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    One of these days I'm just gonna pull the trigger on a deal like this and just buy say like 6 of them so when I get the itch from time to time I just build another AR.

    GF
     
  10. lonestardiver

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    I got two of them...consecutive numbers waiting on parts for a couple of builds.
     
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