Nope. Perfectly fine. The only thing you have to be careful is the stripped lower. It is the only thing legally considered as a 'firearm' as far as an AR goes. Everything else can be shipped to your door.
Cost? I know when I order from Midway, 4 out of the 5 times I've ordered USPS has been cheaper than the cheapest UPS option.Was just curious why the switched from UPS to USPS.
I did not want a two stage trigger.I woulda went with RRA for my LPK, but I hope it works out for you.
Probably so. It will be here tomorrow. It was shipped today.Probably. DPMS LPKs come compactly blister-packed. They slide great into a jiffy pack and if it were your only item it would be cheaper to go USPS Priority than UPS.
RRA makes regular triggers....the 2 stage are an upgrade.I did not want a two stage trigger.
They make the standard LPK too .. nothing really wrong with the DPMS and if you're saving $20 on the difference between the RRA and DPMS then cool, it's your moneyI did not want a two stage trigger.
Nope the lower parts kit is just a grip, trigger, sear, disconnector, a few pins and springs there are no parts in a lpk that would be restricted to shipping through the postal service.A company I purchased a LPK from emailed me, and said they were sending priority mail of the US Postal service.
Isn't this against the law? Or is it not?
The 20 bucks is in vain if the parts/pins don't fit properly.They make the standard LPK too .. nothing really wrong with the DPMS and if you're saving $20 on the difference between the RRA and DPMS then cool, it's your money
The 20 bucks is in vain if the parts/pins don't fit properly.
No its not an assumption, its just a statement in reference to some QC issues with DPMS. Your LPK will hopefully work just fine.This is an assumption. I haven't even put it in yet.
Sounds good, let us know how she runs buddy.I hope it does as well. I should be finished, and testing this weekend. :mrgreen: