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RRA stripped lower and LPK price check and question.

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by ghostman1960, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. ghostman1960

    ghostman1960 Static Nomad

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    A local guy has new stripped RRA lowers and single stage trigger LPKs for 175.00 for both. Is that the going price these days? I want to get one and use it in a build. How are they quality wise? Has anyone here used one? Thanks!
     
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    faawrenchbndr DirtyThirty fan CLM

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    That's a good price,.......lowers are normally $99-$110
    Lower parts kits normally run about $69

    RRA good quality, good finish mid-grade receivers.
     
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    Lowers are between $110 - $425, depending on brands, features, etc.

    LPK start around $50 and go up to $90.
     
  4. zhix

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    I have an RRA lower, paid under $125 OTD, but from what I have seen they usually higher priced than other brand lowers. A good LPK is usually around $65 wheras DPMS lower kits can be under $55 but are known for being of poor quality.

    $175 for both is a decent deal. The Rock River lower I have has a very nice finish and is a tight fit on my Colt and Bushmaster uppers. However, it is almost too tight on the Aero Precision upper I bought to use with it
     
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    I just bought it and put it together. I like the fit and finish on it. It went together very easily with a minimum of hassle. If fits perfectly with my BCM upper with no wobble at all. The good part is that I can push the take down pins out by hand even with the tight fit between the upper and the lower.
     
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    That's not a terrible price.
     
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    Here it is with the receiver extension, stock and MIAD grip installed.

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