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Looking for Best Deal on AR Lower Parts kit

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I just picked up my stripped lower reciever. Can any of you AR guys recommend a good source for the lower parts kit? Thanks!

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I just picked up my stripped lower reciever. Can any of you AR guys recommend a good source for the lower parts kit? Thanks!
what did you get? I'm in market for my 1st AR.

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what did you get? I'm in market for my 1st AR.
I got an LRB lower from Liberty Arms in Reedley, CA. The price was excellent and it looks great.

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Check out the following sites:www.model1sales.comwww.kb-mfg.com/http://www.del-ton.com/http://www.blackthorneproducts.com/http://www.mapartsinc.com/They have complete AR kits, everything minus the stripped lower, for around $500. I think that's the best deal around.

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stay away from Blackthorne!!! They have got to have just about the worst parts kits I have ever seen.

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If you value your health, please go anywhere but blackthorne. Their lack of QC has actually injured people in the past.

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Got mine from palmetto state armory, can't remember the exact price but for the LPK and Magpul stock it was under 150 if I'm not mistaken.

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You know what?? If I had to do it all over again, I would buy the parts seperately such as the grip, trigger mechanism, bolt release lever etc..I upgraded and got a whole lot of extra crap now... :sport037fn4: Glenn

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Spikes has the nickle boron coated parts available now too. DPMS kits have always worked well. Rock river parts kit w/ 2-stage trigger is also pretty good.

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check out www.ar-15.com they have a good list of places to buy. I am building my ar right now. I am keeping away from the kits, I want a custom to me gun. kits are really just to basic. To change them without looking to see what you like is a hard choice.

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