Discussion in 'Deals, Sales, Coupons, Rebates' started by GOYABEAN, Jul 10, 2019 at 12:28 PM.
Heh I remember people paying $80 for these a few years ago.
Get them while you can remember things aren't going to stay the same
Well shipping, tax, and transfer but still, yeah. I think I saw these local a few years ago for not 80 but actually 100 (Precision iirc).
Thant's why you need to buy a half a dozen at a time. Spread shipping cost and transfer over the 6 makes it minimal.
Limit 3 per household.
Ok 3 at a time...
These Anderson lowers seem to be getting cheaper every time its on sale. Pretty soon Anderson will pay you to get one.
You can get them at gander outdoors for $40 no shipping and no transfer fees. I’d just do that.
"Free with ten gallons at the pump", lol.
I've read that some have had fitment issues sometimes But then again $30 a pop I guess that's excepted
Built out more than one with no fitment issues. Standard stuff.
I think all lowers have varying reports of that. These lowers prove a good ar can be built without paying $200 for a lower
I paid $200 for one at the height of the craze.
Well you do what you have to do at the time.
I think i recall selling these for around $100 but we were selling os many different manufactures the prices get jumbled.
Damn they saw you coming! Did they at least give you a reach around?
Remember where I am too. I have to order online and go outside the city to receive it.
Should've just hit up Turk Barrett.
I have built several 100. Never a fit issue. Other brands had small issues but never anderson.
I think issues were in trigger pin fitment.
Ha ha ha. So the lower gets blamed, but never the $.25 Chinese trigger pin.....
My pins are walking out on mine. I’m sure it’s the pins. They are doing the same thing on my aero lower.
The pins are held in by the hammer and trigger springs. Be sure the springs are seated into the grooves in the pins. Be sure the groves are deep enough.
Well hells bells I never knew what those grooves were for (I used KNS pins in my few builds).
After my last two anderson builds, I see no reason to spend more money unless going billet.
That is why they are walking.....unless you have the screws holding them in on the ends. Either you need screws or grooves.
Obviously the way to fix this is to buy an upgraded drop in trigger to put some tension on the pins.
We live in NY, we know all about getting our grooves screwed!
Even as a cop?
Of course, city gun stores make no exceptions for us. One even enforces the once per 90 days gun purchase law against everyone.
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