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Old 03-23-2012, 10:43 PM   #1
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Has anyone used their lowers? Good or bad? Any opinions welcome.

Also looking at their Colt 6920' s.

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I checked out their site and their prices seem a little high, not much but still high.



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http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/psa-ar15-lower.html

This is what I went with. Some of the AR junkies will be along soon enough to guide you further.
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Patiently awaiting more AR junkies!

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gawd, just saw the rollmark, o.O I'll pass.


Never bought from them before, personally sorry.

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gawd, just saw the rollmark, o.O I'll pass.


Never bought from them before, personally sorry.
This is one rollmark we agree on!

No first hand experience but it probably is a good lower. Just a guess though, most lowers are good.
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This is one rollmark we agree on!

No first hand experience but it probably is a good lower. Just a guess though, most lowers are good.
As long as they aren't poly.
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That's why I was careful to say "most".

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Not a fan of the rollmark, but that has no bearing on it's functionality. It's priced a bit high, but back in 08' lowers were going for more and I expect them to get back to those prices before the election again

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Feeling stupid here,lol. What's a rollmark?



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