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Old 10-19-2012, 1:54 AM
AleksandreCz AleksandreCz is offline
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Originally Posted by DirtyLaundry View Post

There is no way to solve this as the design calls for a much higher tensile material in this area. The calvary arms lower seem to be the best in this regard as they added significantly more material/reshaped above the pistol grip around the take down pin/receiver extension necessitating integrating the stock/grip.



A polymer lower might be cool to mess around with in making a lightweight plinking toy but I wouldn't use it for anything serious or on a gun that will see any sort of high round count.
I actually like the looks of this more than regular but 180 for a stripped lower +tax and dros Is way to Expensive
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