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    Postak anderson T6 lowers $49, $39 A3 flatop uppers--

    http://palmettostatearmory.com/index...safe-fire.html

    they also have the conventional triggerguard ones for the same-

    PSA has anderson forged lowers for $49 --a3 flat-top uppers are back in stock for $39

    yea i know their slow to ship, my orders have been about two weeks UPS--so far everything shipped has been better than avg .

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    anyone have experiance with anderson ? read on another forum some horror stories that would make vulcan/hesse look like a better choice. internet BS ?

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    anderson ar products are sold by sportsmans guide also wonder what the price difference is,

    I am not going to look i have enough ar parts
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    good question. i don't know if the interweb BS is true or not. i haven't handled one. since i am enjoying an abundance of lowers i don't think i'll be ordering any more simply cause i got all i can use.

    it would probably pay off to check around and see what other people are experiencing who are building on them. i have assembled a bunch of lowers since 2006 many of them blems and i can't say i have found more than a few tiny issues that were easy to correct in any of um. ==however the anderson lowers are an unknown quality item. if it looks worse than a hesse/vulcan i would say RUN don't walk away form um!--LOL!


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    anyone have experiance with anderson ? read on another forum some horror stories that would make vulcan/hesse look like a better choice. internet BS ?

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    a couple recent reviews of anderson lowers -- it seems that anderson has had some CS issues and that is what most of the bad mouthing is about as best i can tell.

    some over at XD and that mall-ninja place have built a few seemingly with no issues. as easy as a lower is to make i suspect their OK. hell a raw forging is $30 so were talking $20 to machine and finish the part so it ain't like your risking the family fortune here.


    worth a shot @ $49.99-- i figure.
    http://www.xdtalk.com/forums/ar-talk...d-lower-2.html
    http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_3_4/618108_.html

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    Uppers were gone before I could get to a computer this morning. I ordered 3 lowers and order processed. We will see.

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    yea them uppers were selling like hotcakes--be aware that PSA has been slow about shipping lately. my stuff has been taking two weeks. other people are having longer waits.

    since i buy my parts way ahead of time i can wait two or three weeks --provided i'm getting um @ 1/2 price--LOL!


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    Uppers were gone before I could get to a computer this morning. I ordered 3 lowers and order processed. We will see.

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    here are some reviews on Anderson products

    http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_3_118/6...n_Arms___.html
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