1st AR Build--New Frontier Poly Lower and RRA LPK...

Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by DropZone889, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. DropZone889

    DropZone889 New Member

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    I have in transit in the mail a New Frontier Poly Lower and RRA LPK....In your oponion how are these two together for my first build and what upper would you recomend with out going too cheap in quality but not trying to break the bank if you know what I mean. Thanks in Advance, Ben :cool:
     
  2. longunner

    longunner New Member

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    I have one of those too did you get the A2 stock or the collapsible?
     

  3. DropZone889

    DropZone889 New Member

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    delete please
     
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  4. DropZone889

    DropZone889 New Member

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    Sorry, I forgot to say it was a stripped lower(the only thing in stock!) , I'm still looking for a Stock and the complete upper, any suggestions?
     
  5. longunner

    longunner New Member

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    Yea if I was you I'd wait, if any BS legislation passes you still have the part that is serialized(dunno if that's the word) and you can still buy parts. The market is to crazy to buy anything these days, wait till all the *******s who paid twice what it's worth and dump it at a loss.
     
  6. longunner

    longunner New Member

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    That's what I'm doing at least :cool:
     
  7. GeneralPatton

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    If you spend some time online, and by that I mean hours or hours a day, you may find an upper for a reasonable price. Stocks are still a dime a dozen everywhere I go, that shouldn't be an issue. If the upper doesn't come with a BCG, you are right back to square one again as they are rare at the moment and worth their weight in gold when found.

    I got the NFA complete lower, actually two of them, and just scored a Spikes upper complete with bcg and ch that should be here on Tuesday. Go to www.armslist.com and search the classifieds in your area for an upper. That's about your best bet.