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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
If it's not a tight fit to the upper it might... But if you buy quality parts you wont have an issue.
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
ok thats what i thought i had skimped on my lower so i could spend more money on my upper and just wanted to make sure it was the right choice
i got a supior arms lower with a dpms parts kit a hough grip and a tapco stock. for the upper i got a CMMG
 
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You should be fine.. you will be able to tell if there is a fit issue if the upper and lower have play (you can wiggle them) once they are mated. that is the only time you realistically (mechanically that is) have a potential accuracy issue.
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
the fit between the upper and lower would have to be SLOPPY loose for an accuracy issue to happen. A wiggle is of no concern.
 
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
wll $5 for makeing me think my gun is better doesnt sound like a bad idea but i dont know that much about ar's so im just trying to get a grasp on the subject but i dont think my gun has enough slop to cause a problem
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
take a trip over to ar15.com and m4carbine.net and read everything you can.
as far as the accu-wedge goes, take a foam ear plug and trim it to fit :p
 
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