Thread: Buying an AR15 lower
11/17/2008 12:59pm, #21Originally Posted by asscowboy
Hopefully the same people that were willing to pay $300 additional dollars for thier AK will also be willing to take the same amount of reduction in price when they sell.
11/17/2008 2:02pm, #22Originally Posted by Jack Cheddar
11/17/2008 2:46pm, #23
I'll be building a few ARs over the next several months once my lowers come in. And will eventually post pics.
Anybody here have any experience with NM trigger sets? I am not going to be putting in adjustable trigger sets, just the plain ones. I've read that Stag's trigger groups are almost too tight. I've seen some mixed reviews on DPMS trigger groups (but mostly positive).
I am building these for some Keebler-sized people (wife and daughters), so I need to keep in my mind they are tiny and the components need to be adjustable where they can be, and top-notch where they can't (just because this will be a labor of love).
I am probably going to stick w/ 16" barrels as well.
MRM have you taken out your Remington to shoot yet?
11/17/2008 3:22pm, #24Originally Posted by Jack Cheddar
11/17/2008 10:34pm, #25Originally Posted by asscowboy
11/17/2008 11:40pm, #26Originally Posted by Lord Skeletor
By the way, I just checked Fulton Armory and I don't think they've increased their prices. They are a little more expensive than other places ($150.00 for an AR lower) but the quality of the Garand parts I have bought from them in the past was worth it.
11/18/2008 2:59am, #27
Originally Posted by Lord Skeletor
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11/18/2008 7:45pm, #28Originally Posted by asscowboy
Seriously...AIM has got like the best prices out there on that new Romanian 7.62x39---check it out. The AIM guys are consistently among the cheapest out there and they aren't out there sodomizing gun owners like many other gun dealers/wholesalers/manufacturers are in the past couple of weeks. We as a community should be supporting AIM Surplus, Del-Ton, and Double-Star....these guys are looking out for us and we should repay them in kind.
11/18/2008 7:54pm, #29
I didn't see anything on thier site regarding the 7.62 x 39 Romanians...
I e-mailed them, but didn't have time to call to inquire.
11/19/2008 10:29am, #30Originally Posted by Jack Cheddar
You're looking for this---
Considering that Wolf 7.62 is over $200 per thousand in most places--this a more "reasonable" price for 700 rounds.
Edit: I can't believe that I just said that $139. for 700 rounds of 7.62x39 is reasonable. Ugh.
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