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Old 06-08-2013, 07:24 PM   #11
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If you can't find anything locally then go on gunbroker.com and you can find decent brand name complete aluminum forged lowers for less than or around $300 worst case scenario. It beats buying a poly for short term use.

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Or you could move. I would suggest that.
Wish it was that easy. I would move to Texas.
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So I got a NFA complete lower for 100 and a spikes stripped lower for 125.

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So I got a NFA complete lower for 100 and a spikes stripped lower for 125.
You need both.
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My plan is to put an upper in the NFA right away and take my time with the spikes.

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I have sold a lot of the NFA lowers, never had a single complaint. One of the reasons for that, though, is that I try and give my customers the real pros and cons of both types. As was already mentioned, if someone is going to do competition or just shoot alot, I usually recommend an aluminum. If it is completely about how much can I build an AR for then I suggest the NFA. They are by far the best poly on the market as far as I am concerned. Forged aluminums are co,img down in price evey day now. Heck New Frontier has started making them as well. They also started making their own billets. I got 5 of the initial run of them and they were as good as any of the billets out there, just cheaper.

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