Shopping for stripped lowers Suggestions?


#1

I’m starting to build a new AR. Joined this forum for advice and suggestions from people who have had experience with the actual products Starting with a stripped lower assembly Suggestions?


#2

Joboboutfitters has some really good deals on lowers right now. A lot of people will say don’t go cheap but they’re pretty much all the same. I have a 50$ Anderson lower that is as good as my 300$ Wilson combat billet lower. It’s up to you on what you get but joboboutfitters will do you good.


#3

Anderson as good as Wilson? Hahahahaha! The less money you spend, the less quality control goes into it. The main thing to remember if you “go cheap” is that it’s a crap shoot. You might get lucky and get a good one. You might not. Never can tell when you go with a budget buy. Aero makes good ones for a good price. Also check out Spikes. I do agree with the recommendation above about checking Joe Bob Outfitters.


#4

If it hadn’t been such a steal I wouldn’t have done it but definitely spikes at minimum if you want consistent quality. I’m waiting on their crusader line for my next build. :slight_smile:


#5

Spikes hands down for the lower. Quality at a good price.
#spikestactical


#6

Thanks for the response Thus far I have been looking at the spikes lowers. I have found a few variants that I like but they have the option for full auto where the safety is. My question is. I only plan on having a semi auto would it be ok to order this with the full auto option at the safety or do I have to have a class 3 license to have that on my ar?


#7

For the receiver to be a true full auto there is actually another whole drilled about the trigger. The likely hood of you finding a true full auto is minimal at best. It’s an all look thing. So if you find one you like you’ll be safe on ordering it.


#8


This is the one I’ll get when they get it back in stock.


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#10

I’ve got that one myself. Awesome.


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