AIM had Aero lowers for $75 last winter. Centerfire does AR lowers every now and then from top name manufactures. I personally wont pay extra just for who's name is stamped on the side. 75% all come from the same place anyway and are mil-spec.
Some people are like Slinkies. Not really good for anything, but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs.
no i haven't handled or built any DM lowers. i did a quick search on the net and did find a few threads where they were used in builds. no complaints or problems were posted.
bad news travels at the speed of light on the internet. if these DM lowers were bad we would be hearing about it everyday.
if you like the delaware machine lower i can't see any real reason not to buy one.
one company i trade with JSE has been selling them for some time. they have all ways sold quality stuff to me. i don't think they would sell lowers that were not up to speed.
For you guys that are procrastinating here's a nice how to site
reviving an old thread my DSA blems finally shipped! it has been a long wait for um.
there at my buddie with the FFL's place. i haven't had time to go pick the up yet.
probably be another week or two before i get down there.
one looks absolutely perfect the other has some discoloration that you have to look really hard to see. no specks or streaks in it though. roll marks look good on them.
all the holes seem to be in the right places and the right size. mags seem to fit right. mags drop free easy.
they appear to be very finely made.
they have the picturgrams instead of fire and safe markings.
i assembled the one with the most noticeable discolorations and once it had a little oil on it the finish looks even now and it matches the other one that looks perfect. triggers pull is very good with stock trigger set up. all pin holes are in the right place and the right size. very smooth assembly. best $60 i ever spent on a lower.
Last edited by j427x; 06-16-2010 at 09:29 AM.
WOW, that is great!
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