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Old 01-08-2012, 03:36 PM   #1
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Finally got confirmation that my upper and the rest of my goodies are in route
Well all but my lower but I know thats not coming til mid January
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:01 AM   #2
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PSA correct? The lowers won't ship until the 15th per their site.

Congrats man, can't wait to see what you ended up w/.



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Sounds good, but you've got to find someone right now who'll let you test your upper!

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I will just slap it on my other lower and get it sighted in and ready to go

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I will just slap it on my other lower and get it sighted in and ready to go
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Looks like I wont have to put it on my other lower, PSA started shipping those lowers today instead of the 15th . I got confirmation today that it was on its way to my FFL dealer and I should see it wednesday and my upeer and LPK will be here tomorrow .



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