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    Default Vulcan carbon Fiber

    Well I just finished installing the lower parts set into it, I was worried that I would break it while driving in a roll pin or strip out the buffer tube threads. Now I'm waiting on my upper to arrive and then it's off to the range.

    It sure is light weight and yes I know it's molded, I hope it's as strong as I was told it is.

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    I wish you luck with it. I have not heard much good about Vulcan or the Carbon fiber recivers. Most people say they will not hold up. I would be interested in hearing what you have to say after you have run a case or two through it.
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    one word, scary

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    considering people are making AR lowers out of sheet metal and scrap aluminum, I think this will hold up just fine. I also don't think there is a safety issue, if the lower breaks, oh well you're out what you paid for it. The lower on an AR takes very little stress, thats what the buffer tube is for.

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