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    Default Anvil arms lower

    How are Anvil Arms lowers? Are they to spec. I would like some feedback on them. I have ran into lowers before that were not. Thanks Rick

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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    i've got one, and have seen and played with many and IMO they are good to go.

    Obviously I can't speak for how they are in the long run, but I have no reason to believe they wouldn't last. Don't see much of a difference between it and my RRA and stags.

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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    Thanks XD I got some Dalphon lowers one time that were crap! I had to ream the take down, pivot pin, hammer, trigger pin holes and deepen the spring hole for the bolt release. I think that was all.

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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    Holy crap.
    Since so many of us bought them with the PAFOA logo laser engraved, I think that if there were "issues" with them, we would have heard about it by now.

    Mine worked fine with my RRA kit.
    (The black isn't a perfect match, but it's close enough)
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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    I have 2 PAFOA Anvil lowers and fit and finish are perfect. I'm so pleased with them next month I'll be ordering 3 more.
    Ed
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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    no problems here

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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    I agree with everyone. Mine is excellent and fits nice and snug with the Anvil Arms upper. Not a hint of wiggle between the two. I am planning another order shortly. The color of the upper and lower matches perfect.

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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    Quote Originally Posted by stevieb92 View Post
    I agree with everyone. Mine is excellent and fits nice and snug with the Anvil Arms upper. Not a hint of wiggle between the two. I am planning another order shortly. The color of the upper and lower matches perfect.
    forgot to mention, but that upper looked REAL NICE

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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    I've got an Anvil lower, there is a bit of wiggle with my Colt Upper. havent shot it yet... I still need a compelte bolt and carrier to finish the project.
    "The rifle is the weapon of democracy. If guns are outlawed, only the government will have guns. Only the police, the secret police, the military. The hired servants of our rulers. Only the government-and a few outlaws. I intend to be among the outlaws." (Edward Abbey, "The Right to Arms," Abbey's Road [New York, 1979])
    I have my rifle. Do you?

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    Default Re: Anvil arms lower

    Quote Originally Posted by mikepro8 View Post
    I've got an Anvil lower, there is a bit of wiggle with my Colt Upper. havent shot it yet... I still need a compelte bolt and carrier to finish the project.
    There's a bit of movement with my Rock River Arms upper.
    Nothing bad though.
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