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Just finished my second AR build. It is kind of addictive building these things. This one started with a compulsive buy of the PSA LETSGO-15 stripped lower. Then the LGS cut a bunch of money off of a Del-Ton complete upper so I figured I would buy it since it was there and about what I was going to pay for a similar PSA upper. I have no idea if it is any good but it looks nice.

The stripped lower was finished using a Wilson Combat small parts kit, which was crap. An Aero Precision carbine receiver extension kit was also used. And a Magpul trigger guard.

The scope is a Sig Tango-MSR 1-6x24, also purchased from PSA

The gun was finished off with Magpul MOE rubberized grip and stock as well as a Ruger radial muzzle brake.

Now I just need to see if it shoots well without ‘sploding!

EDIT: I forgot to mention, I also installed a limited edition Rise Armament drop in trigger. It feels amazing! I’m guessing it is very close to its advertised 3.5 lb trigger pull.





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Just finished my second AR build. It is kind of addictive building these things. This one started with a compulsive buy of the PSA LETSGO-15 stripped lower. Then the LGS cut a bunch of money off of a Del-Ton complete upper so I figured I would buy it since it was there and about what I was going to pay for a similar PSA upper. I have no idea if it is any good but it looks nice.

The stripped lower was finished using a Wilson Combat small parts kit, which was crap. An Aero Precision carbine receiver extension kit was also used. And a Magpul trigger guard.

The scope is a Sig Tango-MSR 1-6x24, also purchased from PSA

The gun was finished off with Magpul MOE rubberized grip and stock as well as a Ruger radial muzzle brake.

Now I just need to see if it shoots well without ‘sploding!






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That's a rifle you can be proud of,hope it shoots as good as it looks.
I don't think you have anything to worry of over PSA quality as I've read most of their special lowers are produced by Ando Corp. A large manufacturer of mil. spec lowers for many name brand sellers.
Actually back low on the lower under the buffer tube ring should be a manufactures cartouche.
 

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Thanks guys. I am really looking forward to shooting it. l added some Bravo Company rail covers and they are excellent! And after it took a month after ordering to get my scope from PSA, it was nice to order from BCM and get it in three days! I will be perusing their site for anything else I may need.

As for finding a cartouche, I see nothing currently visible.I am assuming if it is there it is hidden under the grip.


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I heard those are the first ones they are coming after 🤣
The sad fact is they want each and every firearm in this nation, these are just the first in the ruse.
 
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