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  1. The AR-15
    Not trying to start any arguments about them or how to finish them. Just looking for a good place to buy some decent ones from. And a good jig. Thanks.
  2. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    It's probably been answered a thousand times but it looks like the answer keeps changing. Is it still possible to have lowers shipped to an FFL. I know 80% is obviously still good. I can't seem to locate a definitive answer though sorry!
  3. The AR-15
    I would like to let anyone that either has, or is considering PM'ng me for for info, help or to use my equipment to mill an 80% lower that I do not respond to such inquiries. Call me paranoid if you like but especially members that I have never interacted with or with extremely low post counts...
  4. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Apparently you're not allowed to buy ARs anymore, but I hear you can buy lower receiver. Can you still buy lowers? Will they eventually be illegal? Do I not understand the law properly?
  5. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    A buddy has a few of these and was asking me if he should sell them. I'm figuring the chance these will ever have any value (not monetary) over a standard lower in NY ever again is low. What do you guys think? Again...I'm not concerned with the cash value, more any value they'll have over a...
  6. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    I see these for sale and see jigs for completing them for sale all over the net. I understand that they are not considered firearms by the ATF so there is no serial numbers on them. What is the benefit of completing it yourself?
  7. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Jut trying to get a feel for everyone's opinion here. From what I understand after talking to a few people, it IS legal in NY to build an AR from an 80% lower, with the firearm remaining unserialized and unregistered. Can anyone here confirm this? Going forward, if it were legal, what parts...
  8. The AR-15
    Polymer80 | AR Polymer 80% LowersPolymer80 - AR Polymer 80% Lowers | Polymer80 Those guys seem to run a good business and know what they're talking about. The polymer is easier to deal with than aluminum, and they say you can use hand drills and a dremel tool for completion. Get 'em before they...
  9. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Not sure if this is a repost Bill Would Ban AR-15 Receivers and Parts To Assemble Semi-auto Guns
  10. General Firearms
    AIM had a few lowers in stock are pre psychosis prices, but they refuse to ship to NY. I told them they are legal and if their "legal" team says differently, they neeed a new legal team, sure as **** they emailed me back saying they are "waiting for clarification". I'll make this perfetly...
  11. The AR-15
    No issues. Went together perfectly. Perfect amount of anodizing. All the holes lined up to spec. Allstar Tactical (NYS based AR specialist/ manufacturer/ forum supporter) 5.56 lower with a DPMS LPK and a Damage Industries Buffer Kit. It's wearing a Magpul MOE+ grip and a Fab Defense GI-Mag...
  12. Vendors
    We just received one of our December backorders. We have a shipment of stripped AR15 lowers from LRB Arms. They are located here in NYS. These are Mil-Spec lowers. We ship to your dealer for an additional $10, combined shipping available, quantities are limited. Please contact us via email or...
  13. The AR-15
    Anyone know of anywhere that has noveske or dd lowers in stock , or a ar10
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