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Old 06-16-2010, 11:37 PM   #11
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I have a Del-Ton AR and the quality is very good. I paid $699 for the complete Rifle.
I have not had a problem with it at all. A big plus for me is that they are only 42 miles down the road from me.

I think you would be happy with the Del-Ton.
Right on. I bought my stripped lower this afternoon, and I've pretty much decided to go ahead with the del-ton for several reasons.
1. Price.
2. Price.
3. Mix and match components from same company means the parts I want, in one package, with one shipping fee.
4. I've heard almost entirely positive things about del-ton from several forums (though obviously this one is the best...).
5. The extra money can go to the ammo I'll need to burn getting to know my rifle.
6. Did I mention the price?

Thanks, gentlemen.
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Daggle - You should be fine.

Look, I have said this a hundred times, the lower is probably one of the least important parts of an accurate/functional AR. The Upper is right there close on that list too.

As long as you buy one from a reputable maker ( and Del Ton has been good to a lot of folks we know through the shop ) you will be fine.

Just don't go buying a pot metal one out of China or some place like Uncle Fred's Tire Shop and AR-One-Stop-Buying-Center, you will be fine.

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