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Old 05-15-2013, 5:14 PM
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I have 5 or 6 + 2 100% poly ones from ATI
had these 80s for 2 years, machined out a few,built 1st on drill press
need to setup my mill to do a good job on them,funny how long it takes to do things when you are busy !
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And I must add, I was having a slight issue with payment (which was my mistake) and the customer service was wonderful. They figured out my issue right away and took care of it. Can't wait to get my 80!
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Just Placed my order. I use Firefox and I noticed the "add to cart" and "place order" buttons do a little jump when you click on them. I figured out that if you click and hold the mouse the buttons jumps to the right and down, then if I moved my mouse over the moved button then quickly let the mouse button go and click again I could proceed. Strange little quirk but I got it working.
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Extremely interested. I will buy one as soon as I get some disposable cash!
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Just Placed my order. I use Firefox and I noticed the "add to cart" and "place order" buttons do a little jump when you click on them. I figured out that if you click and hold the mouse the buttons jumps to the right and down, then if I moved my mouse over the moved button then quickly let the mouse button go and click again I could proceed. Strange little quirk but I got it working.
Thanks for the heads up... we have now fixed that issue.

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Any updates on the product?
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Any updates on the product?
The Mold is well under construction... so far no hiccups!
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Trying to checkout...what happened to the PayPal payment option? it's not available.
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Where price on these? In Davis, can I pick up?
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They are for pre order and will be shipping in about 3 weeks. You can get them discounted for your patience and you are guaranteed to get off the first shipment.


http://polymer80.com/product/ar15-g1...ower-receiver/

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Where price on these? In Davis, can I pick up?
Sure! go here:
http://polymer80.com/product/ar15-g1...ower-receiver/

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I asked earlier but no response... Where is the PAYPAL Payment option??, not available during checkout, would like to use PAYPaL for payment.
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PayPal doesn't like firearm related stuff so they pretty much axe any transaction that involves firearms.
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I asked earlier but no response... Where is the PAYPAL Payment option??, not available during checkout, would like to use PAYPaL for payment.
Sandfreestyle is right.. we got rid of pay pal before we could use it... They won't allow anything that has to do with fire arms what so ever.
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Sandfreestyle is right.. we got rid of pay pal before we could use it... They won't allow anything that has to do with fire arms what so ever.
10-4.... pre-order placed.
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Looks good!!

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any way to make the mold so the pocket is like a core that you have to mill out so that the walls will be clean but the floor will be the only thing that looks a bit rough ooh can you even mold in partial holes like a divit so you dont even need a jig
There is another company eplowers that's making them that way. Its a different color and you mill it out. I like the idea of a one use disposable jig though too so long as it holds up enough and doesnt walk.
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There is another company eplowers that's making them that way. Its a different color and you mill it out. I like the idea of a one use disposable jig though too so long as it holds up enough and doesnt walk.
I am familiar with EPLowers, Chris, the owner is a wonderful guy!

Funny you mention walking about the jig, part of the desposable function of the jig makes impossible to walk because you actual drill through the jig before hitting the lower... keepsc the bit steady and straight.
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speaking of the jig, i ordered my lower and the jig but on my email receipt, it said i only ordered the lower. is there any way i can pay for the jig and not have to pay for shipping twice?

Yes, pm me with your order number and will take care of that for you on the back end.
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BUMP! For Updates?!
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Nothing sugnificant... our molds are under way... Now we wait for them to be ready 3 weeks is the projected time.

The design of the AR10 has started n as well.
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Maybe a silly question but are you recommending a particular LPK from a specific manufacturer. Stocks and uppers for that matter too. Might be a good licensing deal there for you guys. I hope you do well and we see these in big 5 stores in the future. Cant wait for my order to arrive.
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Maybe a silly question but are you recommending a particular LPK from a specific manufacturer. Stocks and uppers for that matter too. Might be a good licensing deal there for you guys. I hope you do well and we see these in big 5 stores in the future. Cant wait for my order to arrive.
It works with any typical LPK and as far as the rest, we are actually working on exactly that. But will take a little time.
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Ok, the AR15 Molds are under construction and we have had some time to work on our conceptual design for the AR10 and being that we value our customer's opinions and ideas, I have posted it here to get some good feed back.

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Finger grooves on magwell is awesome but maybe no stippling on the front or back. Let the ones that want stippling do it themselves or just offer 2 different models. A smooth or moderate texture to the whole thing would be awesome. I know you need the reinforced ridges for strength in certain areas but do you need the diagonal panel look near the top? Just my opinion. Thanks for asking our thoughts on the design.
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Finger grooves on magwell is awesome but maybe no stippling on the front or back. Let the ones that want stippling do it themselves or just offer 2 different models. A smooth or moderate texture to the whole thing would be awesome. I know you need the reinforced ridges for strength in certain areas but do you need the diagonal panel look near the top? Just my opinion. Thanks for asking our thoughts on the design.
Yes we are designing this to be made of polymer and the lines are both form and function. We need the reinforced areas and we also want it to look unique and awesome. I can get another version without the diagonal panels and stippling. I'll post it up when my concept artist is done.

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Ok, the AR15 Molds are under construction and we have had some time to work on our conceptual design for the AR10 and being that we value our customer's opinions and ideas, I have posted it here to get some good feed back.

Thanks!

Was going to ask why not a DPMS LR-308 pattern Instead of a AR-10, only
because of more Industry support for the AR-308/LR-308 versions...Thanks.

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I don't want to sound rude here, but it looks like you just stopped short of adding a dragon. It seems like a far departure from your AR15 design. This is just my opinion, but I think you would have more interest if the two lowers had a similar "utilitarian" look and feel. You want people to take a plastic lower seriously right? Best of luck to you, I can't wait to see the finished products.
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I thought he said the AR-10 lowers were going to be DPMS 308 pattern. I could be wrong though.
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I don't want to sound rude here, but it looks like you just stopped short of adding a dragon. It seems like a far departure from your AR15 design. This is just my opinion, but I think you would have more interest if the two lowers had a similar "utilitarian" look and feel. You want people to take a plastic lower seriously right? Best of luck to you, I can't wait to see the finished products.
I squinted and it looks like a dragon. LoL. Yes, let's go with less with the detail.
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I squinted and it looks like a dragon. LoL. Yes, let's go with less with the detail.
Just to get this straight... a Dragon-gun is not cool???

just kidding not a problem we are working on a more plain sketch now.
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DPMS style please (curved radius up to the buffer tube)
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I say stay with the AR-10 pattern. It's going to be a heavier recoiling gun and the more material and support you have in the area that takes the most impact will help it last longer especially being made of plastic.
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I say stay with the AR-10 pattern. It's going to be a heavier recoiling gun and the more material and support you have in the area that takes the most impact will help it last longer especially being made of plastic.
The AR10 is more conducive to be made of polymer, that is why we ultimately went with that one... it was NOT an easy decision.
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Here is the cleaned up sketch:

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Im interested in picking up some of these once initial testing is done. Posting to subscribe to thread.
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The AR10 is more conducive to be made of polymer, that is why we ultimately went with that one... it was NOT an easy decision.

While I would agree there is a slight strength benefit with the original AR-10
buffer tower design when made with polymer materials, that can be overcome
with added material and/or adding metal re-enforcements in critical area's as
you have done with the AR-15 design...JMHO.

I believe less people will be Interested in a AR-10 pattern as there is less Industry
support and less parts availability in general...vs. the AR-308/
LR-308 DPMS/SR-25 pattern design, also consider the compatibility
with the 308 Pmags...

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