Discussion in 'General Firearm Talk' started by Podmonkey, Apr 14, 2019 at 10:31 PM.
My Daniel Defense is an Anchor Harvey.
My NYGF is unmarked.
My Stag M4 Model 1 upper mark Cerro can't tell lower
The Areo lower I'm building have to look and 2 polymer 80 lowers I'm turning into pistols
If you bought it as a complete rifle I think it is safe to assume the lower is of the same origin.
I have built a number of ar's. Psa, spikes, aero, 80%. My last two I went cheap with Anderson closed ear lowers and uppers for about $35 each. I didn't bother looking for markings on the anderson's, and was actually hoping everything would be in spec. Turns out those two were the easiest upper and lower I have assembled yet. I have had a hard time with pins and such in the past, and these were among the best fitting and easiest to assemble for me. I see no need for anything else now.
Who knows, maybe I'm just getting better at doing this.
Yes complete 2011 Manufacturer
The limited number of companies that forge or finish receivers should be common knowledge by now. I've been hearing this for as long as I can remember and can't figure out why pissing contests still erupt over specific brands.
It's really cool to see a list to help determine what company actually did the forging on an upper though.
I just thought it was interesting to know who manufacturered my receiver. I knew that the receivers were all forged by a relative handful of companies but I had no idea who those manufacturers were. Now I do.
I was emphasizing some of the comments in the video with my 1st sentence - not directing the comment at you.
My bad for not making that more clear.
According to my liberal sources all AR15's are forged in Hell by Satan.
My Anderson lower apparently was made by Cerro forge
My PSA upper is made by performance forge
Bullet Guy, with all hand tools and it's friggin awesome.
The Home Depot
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