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Any one have any feed back on these lowers? $140.00 for a complete lower shipped
Thanks for any info.
I just put one together with a working and proved upper-she DIDN'T WORK-It's crazy but the mag-well was not spec-overroad cartridge-and when it fed and shot,it would NOT EXTRACT-now go figure that one out
Go over to these folks and you will see quite a bit of info on them. They seem to like them. http://www.predatormastersforums.com/index.shtml
Folks on ARF com bad mouth them, but I wonder how many have tried them. One is on my must get list as soon as I finish up the last 2 Cav Arms lowers I have.
Why not get a Rock River lower? Heck you know they'll be good, requiring no alterations or fitting? Just curious is all.
"Why not get a Rock River lower? Heck you know they'll be good, requiring no alterations or fitting? Just curious is all."
For me it was a matter of weight. I didn't mind humping a Rem 700 BDL Varminter when hunting coyotes at age 20-30. Now at 65, I would rather tote the lightest gun I own. LOL. Usually a Oregon Kimber 84 in .223. The Cav Arms lowers are great for this with a 9mm upper drilled for a gas tube and a Clark carbon fiber fore end on a short light bbl and a low (1-6 or 2-7) power variable. The Plum Crazy will give me an adjustable stock option. I don't need a heavy gun for the 1-2 shots made on a stand. If I did, I would carry my BDL again. My 3 Cav Arms all fit tight and have proven reliable and accurate. As far as my metal guns go, I've built 8 on Mega, Essential Arms and Palmetto State Armory lowers and haven't seen the need to spend my $$ on Rock River or other name brands. Build them right with quality parts for the same price and get what you want.
just my .02
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