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19 minutes ago, Erik88 said:

I was just coming to post this. I started the process on my phone, then went to computer and signed into Brownells. It showed them out of stock! I was still signed in with the rifle in the middle of payment process so I went back and it let me finish the purchase on my phone. So I really don't know yet if I actually got one or if I'll get the dreaded "Ooops Email".

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I have a extra complete lower  I "NEED" to get a upper for one of these days. I got a AR Stoner upper from Midway last year when they where on sale and really like it! 1-9 twist. Also been watching PSA's deals on uppers. Most of theirs are 1-7 twist, which I don't want.  They do have a few 1-8 twist every once in a while. Do y'all think the complete upper prices will fall any more? Not hurting for one , I just think because I have a complete lower I need a upper for it .

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Primary Arms is in on the $399 AR fad. Link is for Anderson brand, which is good for range use or a starter AR. They also have Del Ton for the same price...but yeah.

http://www.primaryarms.com/anderson-manufacturing-am15-with-fixed-front-sight-am15

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk just to give Oh Shoot something to be grumpy about.

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Well having added to my cart on my phone before checking with the wife paid off. By the time I'd opened the site on my laptop they were gone but my phone was still holding it. Rifle shipped today! 

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