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Old 01-02-2012, 12:25 AM   #1
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Has anyone had any experience, good or bad, with Aero Precision? I am looking into building an M4 and they seem to have the best price around. I plan on either an Armalite or Bushmaster for the upper.

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Old 01-02-2012, 12:43 AM   #2
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I've seen many, many positive comments on Aero Precision stripped lowers. Great quality at great prices. PSA, too. I'd open up the field more on the uppers. I have an ArmaLite upper but there are better choices than it or BM.

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I've seen many, many positive comments on Aero Precision stripped lowers. Great quality at great prices. PSA, too. I'd open up the field more on the uppers. I have an ArmaLite upper but there are better choices than it or BM.
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Like Q I have heard good things about Aero.

Don't forget BCM.

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Thanks for the positive response. I like Bushmaster and Armamlite because of the price and they come complete. Bravo Company you still have to build them up. I have NO experience in the AR at all. I have relatives that are military, active and retired, and enjoy shooting theirs'.

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I like the flexibility of configuring a BCM upper online, it just takes a few more mouse clicks! There's no reason to fear plus you definitely get your money's worth.

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I have a SAA lower, which is made by Aero and is essentially the same thing with a different roll mark.

Very happy with the fit and finish. I bought a complete lower because for the price I could not buy all the components and build it myself. The trigger is a little heavy and gritty. I am going to try a 15 minute trigger job to see if I can improve it.

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Thanks for the positive response. I like Bushmaster and Armamlite because of the price and they come complete. Bravo Company you still have to build them up. I have NO experience in the AR at all. I have relatives that are military, active and retired, and enjoy shooting theirs'.
Don't limit yourself. You can purchase an assembled upper from BCM then throw a bolt carrier group in it. As for the lower you can order that from BCM as well. Personally I'd order a blemished BCM lower from G and R Tactical in whatever configuration you want.
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