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Old 09-26-2011, 03:18 AM   #11
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I used a DPMS LPK and the pins walk out will fireing. I have installed a higher quality
LPK and the problem stopped.

From all the info I have been able to find, most from sites visited primarily by guys who make a living w/ an AR, give PSA a thumbs up. I tend to trust these people.

I wouldn't hesitate to use PSA parts on a build.
I had that same problem... found out the hammer spring was backwards haha.
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I wish I was an unemployed 15y/o sometimes
Yeah, savoring it while it lasts
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I wish I was an unemployed 15y/o sometimes
Yeah, I was 15 once - in 1963. Now I am 63! And unemployed... Oh well I'm still hanging in there so far.

Actually I'm retired, not unemployed.
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Actually I'm retired, not unemployed.
Lol The only advantage to being "of age", eh?
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Lol The only advantage to being "of age", eh?
Yeah it's nice to be able to have a second cup of coffee if I want before heading out the door. Still plenty busy these days but it's not insane like when I worked as an IT tech.
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RRA makes some really good lowers that wont break the bank, and as far as i know they will stand behind their products.. I used to have an RRA And never had a problem out of it

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What do you guys think of this? its seems to good to be true, but its from PSA so. . .opinions?
Palmetto State Armory 16'' 5.56, 4150 Chrome-lined, Mid-length, Rifle Kit

Also would i be able to move the front sight post if i wanted and put a low profile gas block and a flip up front sight if i wanted to?

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I would say that that kit looks golden

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alright, well then around christmas time i should have enough $$ to order it Thanks for the help!

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What do you guys think of this? its seems to good to be true, but its from PSA so. . .opinions?
Palmetto State Armory 16'' 5.56, 4150 Chrome-lined, Mid-length, Rifle Kit

Also would i be able to move the front sight post if i wanted and put a low profile gas block and a flip up front sight if i wanted to?
I actually just purchased the same kit but with the MOE furniture, unfortunately I don't have much of a range report but it fired 100 rounds without issue.
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