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AR-15 Stripped Lower Receiver $59.95 + shipping

nascar888 162 December 20, 2011 at 02:10 PM in Sporting Goods (4)
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Last Edited by nascar888 December 20, 2011 at 04:39 PM
Aim Surplus has the Surplus Arms & Ammo LOW15 Stripped AR Lower Receiver for

$59.95 + shipping - My shipping was $14.47 for UPS ground .

http://www.aimsurplus.com/product...tem=F1SASL

My Total shiped was $74.42 shipped UPS..

Please understand that this MUST be shipped to a FFL Dealer.

And as most gun deals they WILL NOT ship to California..



This is a great deal for the people that missed out on the Palmetto State Armory ones that were on sale a while back..

Most FFL Dealers charge about $25 to do the transfer..



If this Deal is not for you then please just move on.
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Last Edited by jyang221 December 20, 2011 at 05:14 PM

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#3
I have ordered this before and they are a good quality lower.

This can be attached to your upper
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thats crazy you need a FFL for this? Lol I remember when you could buy whole uppers and lowers on Ebay as long as they weren't together.
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horrible rollmark

Quote from bamistic View Post :
thats crazy you need a FFL for this? Lol I remember when you could buy whole uppers and lowers on Ebay as long as they weren't together.
no way, definitely not lowers. Lowers are the registered part of the firearm.

you might be talking about lower parts kits.
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While looking at a .357 revolver for the wife last night, the clerk was playing with one of these (complete, that is). See, this is how they get you: come in for one thing and see how nice another is.

So is it actually possible to save a lot off the regular (~$700) purchase price by building one from parts like this?
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looks like a good buy, whats quality like?

Quote from bamistic View Post :
thats crazy you need a FFL for this? Lol I remember when you could buy whole uppers and lowers on Ebay as long as they weren't together.
Yes under Law this would be considered the receiver so you have to handle it thru a FFL and NIC's check.

uppers you can ship no prob.
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Quote from bamistic View Post :
thats crazy you need a FFL for this? Lol I remember when you could buy whole uppers and lowers on Ebay as long as they weren't together.
Anything that has the serial number on it must be transferred through the FFL. When it comes to an AR15, only the lower receiver has a serial number. Everything else you can have shipped directly to your house.

This isn't a bad deal but the shipping kills it. I'd rather have the PalmettoStateArmory Lower Receiver personally as they only charge $7 for shipping. Seems kinda outrageous for $14 to ship this 4 hours down the road.
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Quote from cuetoon View Post :
While looking at a .357 revolver for the wife last night, the clerk was playing with one of these (complete, that is). See, this is how they get you: come in for one thing and see how nice another is.

So is it actually possible to save a lot off the regular (~$700) purchase price by building one from parts like this?
If you are patient, you can probably build one altogether for around $5-600. Of course, building would also require special tools that most people don't have laying around and that would add on to the total.

Many of the vendors have specials once in a while with entire uppers/lowers for cheap. When these deals come along, your cost would be close to (if not, better) than assembling everything yourself.

To the OP: Might want to change the tags for this thread, these aren't home theater receivers lol.
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Quote from fcmem View Post :
looks like a good buy, whats quality like?


Yes under Law this would be considered the receiver so you have to handle it thru a FFL and NIC's check.

uppers you can ship no prob.

Good Quality...This is the second one that I have bought..
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TU for a AR thread
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guns deal are always tumb up!
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Quote from jyang221 View Post :
If you are patient, you can probably build one altogether for around $5-600. Of course, building would also require special tools that most people don't have laying around and that would add on to the total.

Many of the vendors have specials once in a while with entire uppers/lowers for cheap. When these deals come along, your cost would be close to (if not, better) than assembling everything yourself.
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Word! If you want to build and you don't know what you're doing find a friend who does know what they're doing who has tools. Most veterans can put these together blindfolded and we're not that hard to find. Don't think, "how hard can it be?" and go blindly forth. Any savings on the rifle will be eaten up buying the necessary tools. All parts are NOT compatible (Armalite vs. DPMS). If you make a mistake putting one of these together you can damage your rifle and possibly suffer severe injury trying to shoot it.

If you're just looking for an inexpensive black rifle you're better off keeping your eyes peeled for sales on uppers and lowers. I got a Spikes Tactical AR for <$600 during last year's Labor Day sales.
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thanks
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It's a shame AIM and a lot of other FFL dealers don't want to do business with CA residents. Off list lower ar15 type receivers(not specifically banned by name) like this one are perfectly legal to transfer to CA. Once transferred to CA we can legally build it in two configurations. Most popular is through the use of a mag lock which semipermanently locks a 10rd mag. Here's a local Turners Outdoorsman add I've attached.
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