7 thoughts on “The AR of poor decisions”

  1. I love the response from the last post…

    “You know its an abomination when the rifle is rejecting its own parts.”

    Folks, at this point, pull the parts that are worth saving and destroy the lower.

    As far as the upper, get the frigging barrel threaded and crowned properly and clean up the chamber. Sell it on ARFCOM or Gunbroker.

  2. You would spend $200 to register a lower receiver that will probably explode before the first case of ammo is empty? No.

    Frankly, the entire gun is a poorly polished turd. The best thing the owner could do is sell it to someone he doesn’t like.

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