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    Default Re: Share Deals on Guns Ammo Accessories Here

    How would you compare this Anderson upper to a a similarly-priced PSA upper?

    https://www.primaryarms.com/anderson...ight-post-16_2
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    Default Re: Share Deals on Guns Ammo Accessories Here

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    How would you compare this Anderson upper to a a similarly-priced PSA upper?

    https://www.primaryarms.com/anderson...ight-post-16_2
    Probably very similarly. Both have a lifetime warranty, both 4150 nitrided barrel steel, both usually MPI but not HPT tested bolt carrier groups. PSA is 1:7 twist which is Milspec, but versus 1:8 there's very little practical difference. You may see instability with 77gr projectiles, but still likely not.

    One thing I'd suggest is to perhaps get a similar style midlength upper. More handguard length, smoother operation for faster follow up shots and less wear on internals. Midlength is the ideal gas system for 16" barrels as carbine length was really designs for 14.5" barreled M4s.

    https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-...cg-and-ch.html

    I'd look at this too. It lists a 9130 bolt which will probably be fine, but the spec isn't as good as carpenter 158. The Anderson doesn't list a spec for the bolt so it's probably 9130 too. However, I know PSA often just gives you a 158 bolt even when the listing is for 9310, but that's a bit of luck.

    Edit - this one guarantees you a 158 bolt, and you get the magpul handguard and rear sight for a few bucks more:
    https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-...165458948.html
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    Yeah, between the two, unless I was set on one twist rate over the other, I'd just buy the one that costs less shipped.

    PSA twist 1:7
    Poverty Pony 1:8

    BCG is phosphate (standard) on both

    PSA BOLT Carpenter 158 steel
    Poverty Pony BOLT 9310 steel

    Aside from that, I am also not seeing much difference.

    If you just want to stick to a BASIC M4 style, flip a coin.

    The other one mentioned by jthrelf is a good choice too and a great value.
    Add up the cost of the Magpul hand guard and rear BUIS that are included and factor in the more desirable mid length gas system, and that's the one I would choose.
    I can't say that the mid length barrel on my wife's lightweight is THE reason it shoots so soft because I do have other parts on it that contribute to that as well, but my 7,62x39 barrel is a midlength as well, and it's a nice shooter too.

    If you find you don't like the Magpul hand guard, sell it (everyone loves Magpul) and buy another type of drop in hand guard.
    UTG Pro (?) has some nice 2-piece units that have the appearance of a tubular free float hand guard that will work with a gun with a front sight gas block like that.

    To clarify, THIS is the one I would choose.


    EDIT: of the 2 mid lengths, I'd go with the Magpul furniture.
    M4 style hand guards in mid length look dorky - but more practically, they don't offer any mounting options that the Magpul furniture allows.

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    Default Re: Share Deals on Guns Ammo Accessories Here

    Back in stock.

    If you already HAVE a standard buffer tube lying around, this is bout the best way to get an SBA3 for less.

    SB Tactical SBA3 Pistol Stabilizing Brace (No Tube)- Black
    only 74.99!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    Yeah, between the two, unless I was set on one twist rate over the other, I'd just buy the one that costs less shipped.

    PSA twist 1:7
    Poverty Pony 1:8

    BCG is phosphate (standard) on both

    PSA BOLT Carpenter 158 steel
    Poverty Pony BOLT 9310 steel

    Aside from that, I am also not seeing much difference.

    If you just want to stick to a BASIC M4 style, flip a coin.

    The other one mentioned by jthrelf is a good choice too and a great value.
    Add up the cost of the Magpul hand guard and rear BUIS that are included and factor in the more desirable mid length gas system, and that's the one I would choose.
    I can't say that the mid length barrel on my wife's lightweight is THE reason it shoots so soft because I do have other parts on it that contribute to that as well, but my 7,62x39 barrel is a midlength as well, and it's a nice shooter too.

    If you find you don't like the Magpul hand guard, sell it (everyone loves Magpul) and buy another type of drop in hand guard.
    UTG Pro (?) has some nice 2-piece units that have the appearance of a tubular free float hand guard that will work with a gun with a front sight gas block like that.

    To clarify, THIS is the one I would choose.


    EDIT: of the 2 mid lengths, I'd go with the Magpul furniture.
    M4 style hand guards in mid length look dorky - but more practically, they don't offer any mounting options that the Magpul furniture allows.

    Oh and one of the most important things about a midlength 16" barrel vs carbine 16" barrel...

    you can mount a bayonet to the midlength!!! and that's worth at least 50 liberal tears.

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    Place named Cameraland (ignore the name...sell optics of multiple varieties) seems to have some good deals

    Athlon Argos FFP 6-24x50 scope at $270; $20 less than I've seen anywhere else + free shipping + no tax.

    https://cameralandny.com/shop/athlon...iation=1618147

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    Quote Originally Posted by jthrelf View Post
    Oh and one of the most important things about a midlength 16" barrel vs carbine 16" barrel...

    you can mount a bayonet to the midlength!!! and that's worth at least 50 liberal tears.
    You can mount a bayonet on anything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    You can mount a bayonet on anything.

    Just don't carry that appendix

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    Default Re: Share Deals on Guns Ammo Accessories Here

    For those who have Colt pattern 9mm AR15s and not those faggy-looking Glock things,
    here's a damned good price on the best of the best - Metalform 32 rd mags.
    (these typically run $30 most places)



    GregCoteLLC.com

    Metalform AR-15 9MM 32 Round SMG Magazine

    $25.95

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    Kentucky Gun Company

    TOO MANY GOOD DEALS TO LIST

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