I'm going to buy a new lower for my next AR-15..just don't know which one..I also wanted to include Armalite but I do not believe they complete lowers by themselves
because of their stance on the AWB of 94..I am seriously considering the Armalite (It will be exensive but I believe it will be worth it) :assult:Logansdad said:1. Beginning immediately, ArmaLiteÂ® 2003 rifles (with a pinned muzzle brake, or none installed) ship with a certificate that will provide customers a pin-on flash suppressor and installation instructions at no charge. Unless earlier legislation makes it illegal for customers to install the device, flash suppressors will ship in summer 2004 to allow time to get the rifle modified even if thereâ€™s an opportunity of only a few days.
Until the law changes, the flash suppressor will provide a reminder to every customer that it is essential to get out the vote in 2004.
2. For customers who wish to go an extra step and install a bayonet lug, ArmaLiteÂ® will continue to sell pin-on sight bases with bayonet lugs, and will provide installation instructions for gunsmiths. All ArmaLiteÂ® clamping front sight bases are easily removable, with no pin-holes in the barrel, so pin-on bases can be easily installed.
3. For customers who wish to be able to convert their rifle to a â€œPre-Banâ€ configuration immediately upon expiration, ArmaLiteÂ® will produce and sell AR-10â„¢ collapsing buttstocks (the AR-10â„¢ requires a special collapsing buttstock). It is likely that prompt installation of such a buttstock will allow customers to make other changes at a more leisurely pace.
Installation of options 2 and 3 both are already available for law enforcement customers (with proper rifle markings). Civil customers must await a change in the law, and flash suppressors, bayonet lugs, and collapsing stocks will all be accompanied by clear information about the law to prevent a violation.
4. Pre-2003 rifles with pinned front sight bases or threaded-pinned-welded brakes, or customers who wish threaded brakes on 2003 models instead of pinned ones, require gunsmith or factory replacement of those parts. ArmaLiteÂ® offers the components for sale, and will perform conversions at normal shop charges.
sounds like a nice rifle Shaun..I like the 16 inch barrels because I'm nearsighted..the extra barrel length would be a waste with me :insane:Shaun said:What about DPMS - I have a DPMS Lower with the ASA A2 kit 24" Bull .223 and an off brand High rise Flattop with Oly Arms 6x45 20" free floated -- either are good choice and cost less than a built up one.