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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
im looking for a cheap ar-15 lower im not too concered about it being high quality as i would replace the parts as i get the money
oh and i am looking for a complete lower or a good deal on a striped one but would prefer a complete one
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Should be in the AR room, but you can get a complete Stag with 6 pos. stock from Del-Ton for $225. That is a great lower for a great price for any lower, high quality or not.
 
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I have two Stag lowers and am happy with them. Got them from LAN world for $105 each. Had to also buy a LPK for each.
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
ok i ended up getting a superior arms lower that has a trigger adjustmant screw to shorten the over travel
ok how much does the lower have to do with the overall accuracy of the gun?
 
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Discussion Starter · #13 ·
On the lines of a cheap lower, I am looking between an Olympic or Stag. They are virtually identical in price, which one should I go with?
 
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Discussion Starter · #17 ·
Honestly, I'm not sure, but Pete could tell ya. I haven't been on the look out for a .308 AR because I have a different preference in .308 semi-auto rifles, I lean more to the PTR-91's and HK91 series. One of these days I'll actually think about a .308 AR, just haven't hit that need yet.
 
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Discussion Starter · #18 ·
AR15s don't come in .308 because they won't fit in the magwell. If you want a .308 semi-auto in an AR platform, you'll be looking at the AR10. Be warned, it's more expensive than an AR15, and you have a smaller selection of parts.
 
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