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Listen to this man everyone.for complete uppers, as long as you dont mind a full 16 inch bbl, STAG m4 uppers are the best bang for the buck.
Aside from that, i normally purchase an LMT 14.5 m4 barrel and mate it with a STAG upper reciever from Denny's guns.
Seems its cheaper at bravo.
They're great, but I've also heard they are hard to close with the upper receiver, same with RRA lowers.What do you guys think of stag lowers. I found a company who is selling them for $100 shipped.
Pretty much...I don't see how any company could screw up a lower. It dosen't even have to be assembled if you have a competent machinst and good tools you should be able to turn out lowers (stripped) all day for less than 100 bucks.
Probably the same or a little more because LT uppers come with the charging handle and bolt carrier group and include shipping.Seems its cheaper at bravo.
True, I forgot the ones at bravo dont have the BCG or CH.Probably the same or a little more because LT uppers come with the charging handle and bolt carrier group and include shipping.
The flattops are cool but don't over look the A-2 full size rifle or A-3 flattop full size. You get the most out of the 5.56/223 with the longer barel. You can get the 6 position stock for it. That way you can make it shorter for CQB but still have the speed the longer barel gives the 5.56/223. Twist is up to what you shoot 1-8 is good for most of it, 1-9 is about across the range of what everyone is using, and 1-7 is mil-spec.