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Re: my first ar15
« Reply #30 on: November 19, 2010, 09:32:11 PM »
is spikes lowers any good I heard they dont always keep trigger in tight large pin or small. I personally like yankee mill but they are high priced.
I personally think everything Spikes is highly overrated and overhyped and they are the closest AR manufacturer to my house. I've had the best luck with Armalite lowers but they're not offering stripped lowers anymore although there are still a ton out there. If money is no object or at least secondary on a build I prefer to go with billet components like POF, Sun Devil or Mega. If you want to build a nice AR arfcom has their special edition POF billet lower on clearance right now for $150 shipped. This is one of the best lowers you can get at any price, they were $300 when they first came out:
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Re: my first ar15
« Reply #31 on: November 20, 2010, 07:32:14 PM »
thanks I think Im going try to get my hands on a dpms race for giggles


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