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They're making a lot of the parts in house now.



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That’s an impressive video, thanks for posting that. I’ve ordered a couple of guns from them but had no idea how big or how diverse they are.

100% Customer Satisfaction, 100% of the time is a very ambitious goal. They would be the first gun company in a long time to obtain that. Add a 100% lifetime warranty, and that’s a heck of a deal.

It’s interesting to see that instead of throwing a product out at any exorbitant cost like some companies do; they know where the price point is for the big customer base they want.

But they should have gagged that AK guy and stuck him in the corner somewhere; he wasted too much video time. :)

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I just test fired a new upper I bought from them-quality is very good and accuracy is good also.Interesting to see where PSA comes from.

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