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ADCOR DEFENSE - AR-15 Stripped Lower Receiver $120 + SH

jrb5333 102 January 29, 2013 at 05:25 AM in Sporting Goods (2) More Brownells Deals
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http://www.brownells.com/rifle-pa...px?ttver=1

This lower has good reviews per the interwebs..

Features:

Semi-auto AR15 lower receiver
Machined from aluminum forging
Mil-spec type III hard coat anodizing
Marked “ADCOR BEAR, Cal 5.56”
Works with standard AR15 components and magazines
Benefits:

Stripped lower receiver allows you to build a custom AR15 from the ground up
Mil-spec dimensions and coatings ensure the highest quality and proper fitment of components

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FFL
Products require a Federal Firearms License to be on file with Brownells. We need just one copy for all future orders. If we don't have a FFL for you, your order will be put on hold until it is received. Please mail a certified copy to Brownells Inc, Attn: Gun Dept, 200 South Front Street, Montezuma, IA 50171.

ITEM DETAILS
Finish: Matte Black

Style: Stripped

MAKE MODEL
Make: AR-15/M4

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#31
Quote from ghostofdavid View Post :
I wish I could. I picked up six Palmetto AR15 lowers when they were 50 bucks a pop.
My dad got a brand new 65 mustang for $6000 once. I would NEVER pay a penny more. Silly people paying $500,000 now. I'm too good for that.
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#32
cathy.mather@brownells.com is the contact for emailing FFL's into the Brownells. I just had mine emailed in yesterday for the 5 I pre-ordered last month. I'll try 5 this time... and hopefully they ship :-)
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Quote from miller26 View Post :
My dad got a brand new 65 mustang for $6000 once. I would NEVER pay a penny more. Silly people paying $500,000 now. I'm too good for that.
I guess it's hard for you to tell the difference between a rare, collectible piece of working art/machinery that has aged well for being around 48+ years old and a mass produced piece of aluminum where there may be around 2.5 (maybe 3.2)million (source: http://www.slate.com/blogs/crime/...erica.html) replicas doing the same thing.

Feel free to keep paying this much, or more, for lowers. I support your right to do so. But shame on everyone for not preparing for something like this much sooner than now. I won't pay inflated prices and I look forward to a future where there is an AR-Bubble to burst because everyone who panicked wants to unload their ARs so I can pick them up for next to nothing because their wife "wants to get rid of it."
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#34
Quote from ghostofdavid View Post :
Feel free to keep paying this much, or more, for lowers. I support your right to do so. But shame on everyone for not preparing for something like this much sooner than now. I won't pay inflated prices and I look forward to a future where there is an AR-Bubble to burst because everyone who panicked wants to unload their ARs so I can pick them up for next to nothing because their wife "wants to get rid of it."
Yeah can't wait for that, hope it happens.
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Quote from miller26 View Post :
My dad got a brand new 65 mustang for $6000 once. I would NEVER pay a penny more. Silly people paying $500,000 now. I'm too good for that.
My Mom got a steal on a Garcia Beanie Baby for $100 right after they were "retired' and going for $200 on Ebay! Doesn't seem like a steal now: http://www.ebay.com/csc/i.html?LH...ie&_sop=13 I haven't read a gun or ammo post that I thought was a slick deal in quite a while. What I see is frenzie that is feeding profiteering. Just one persons opinion, no hard feelings to those who disagree.
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Quote from naranja View Post :
My Mom got a steal on a Garcia Beanie Baby for $100 right after they were "retired' and going for $200 on Ebay! Doesn't seem like a steal now: http://www.ebay.com/csc/i.html?LH...ie&_sop=13 I haven't read a gun or ammo post that I thought was a slick deal in quite a while. What I see is frenzie that is feeding profiteering. Just one persons opinion, no hard feelings to those who disagree.
And the difference is there aren't legislators trying to make it illegal to buy or transfer beanie babies.
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#37
Quote from fantomas View Post :
And the difference is there aren't legislators trying to make it illegal to buy or transfer beanie babies.
If you look harder, there probably is!
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#38
Quote from ghostofdavid View Post :
If you look harder, there probably is!
beanie on beanie violence is probably the #2 source of crime in this country. To nip it in the bud we had better hand out more speeding and jay-walking tickets, and for gods sake arrest more teenagers with hashpipes, take away their license, and charge them thousands of dollars. That'll keep them from going postal. That is the only way we are going to fix violence in this country!

Quote from ghostofdavid View Post :
I guess it's hard for you to tell the difference between a rare, collectible piece of working art/machinery that has aged well for being around 48+ years old and a mass produced piece of aluminum where there may be around 2.5 (maybe 3.2)million (source: http://www.slate.com/blogs/crime/...erica.html) replicas doing the same thing.

Feel free to keep paying this much, or more, for lowers.
Almost as hard as for you to tell the difference between a comparison and a dry sarcastic remark. But $120 is a great current price if they didn't disappear so quickly!
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#39
I'm not sure if this is the place to ask on topic questions, but.... has anyone had their order charged? I ordered at 5:51am pacific and don't see the charge yet.
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#40
Quote from ghostofdavid View Post :
If you look harder, there probably is!
Not sure if you're being facetious or not, but here in Connecticut there's a lawmaker proposing bans on all firearms that can have a capacity of more than one round. Not saying that's going to pass, but those are the types of people that get paid to make policies in this state...

Quote from IDQ View Post :
I'm not sure if this is the place to ask on topic questions, but.... has anyone had their order charged? I ordered at 5:51am pacific and don't see the charge yet.
I think I read somewhere you won't be charged until it ships
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#41
Missed it Frown

On the bright side, I'm 1st in line to pickup a complete AR pistol lower at a FTF transfer ($550 for complete pistol lower) woot
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#42
I think tomorrow might be a turning point in the AR market and the gun control debate. The Bill Diane Feinstein has proposed will be voted on by Congress.

Democrats control 55 out of 100 Senate votes. In order to pass they would need all of those votes, plus five Republican votes. I don't see that happening. If it did, then it will go to the House which is majority led by Republicans 234 vs. Democrats 201. They would need 218 votes to gain a majority and I don't think there are 17 Republicans willing to vote for that bill (and expect to get re-elected).

President Obama and the Democrats in congress get to propose a gun control bill. They can look like the good guys and say to their supporters "Hey, we tried!"

The Republicans get to fight it and claim they defended the Right to Bear Arms. This looks good with their voters.

Firearms and ammo manufacturers and retailers see unprecedented sales and rake in the cash!

The only people who loose are the people buying a gun or ammo right now. Paying 2-3 times the price that they were 6 weeks ago.

What I am curious to see is will the prices actually come back down after the ban fails in congress or will it be like gas prices? What's to stop firearms and ammunition manufacturers from raising prices just like oil companies did and claiming it's a supply problem or some other issue. Once again I could see this being like a chess game. Both sides are distracting us from the real plan. It's not about protecting our children or our right to bear arms, it's about money plain and simple.
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#43
I just thumbs up this deal because I support firearm ownership.
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Quote from tnprepper View Post :
What I am curious to see is will the prices actually come back down after the ban fails in congress or will it be like gas prices? What's to stop firearms and ammunition manufacturers from raising prices just like oil companies did and claiming it's a supply problem or some other issue. Once again I could see this being like a chess game. Both sides are distracting us from the real plan. It's not about protecting our children or our right to bear arms, it's about money plain and simple.
Great points. With companies such as Ruger backordered 17,000 10/22s I have a feeling the market will not settle for months if not years. I don't think its as bad as gas prices, but if the bill theorectically evaporated into thin air tomorrow, we would still feel its effects on supply and market prices for at least a year IMHO. Sad situation all around, and you're half right, its about money and POWER plain and simple. All about elections and income. Sad.
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#45
Quote from miller26 View Post :
Great points. With companies such as Ruger backordered 17,000 10/22s I have a feeling the market will not settle for months if not years. I don't think its as bad as gas prices, but if the bill theorectically evaporated into thin air tomorrow, we would still feel its effects on supply and market prices for at least a year IMHO. Sad situation all around, and you're half right, its about money and POWER plain and simple. All about elections and income. Sad.
Very sad. Great post.
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