I've been watching assembly videos online so that when my AR pistol kit arrives today, I can look at it overwhelmed and wonder where to begin. Maybe my wife will help me. She can sure tear into a sewing machine and get it back together and stitching in a morning. One video host made a comment about which I'm unsure of as to his rationale. I don't remember the brand he was discussing. The comment went something like "this isn't a gun I'd want to take to war like a Colt or and FN- made AR but it's a good gun for what you'll likely use it for....". I don't dispute his comment because I just don't know. I'm pretty "igorent" about these things. Does Colt or FN make and test their components in ways my affordable AR on-the-way isn't created and tested? I'm really unfamiliar with the AR platform having never owned one. But would I take my Ruger 77/357 to war? Sure if I had no larger caliber. And I'd have complete faith in it to do what had to be done. What do Colt and FN do that others don't?I mean beside likely overcharge our government. Don.