Description

Item Number: 226694
MPN#: AM-10-COMBO
NDR-AM-10-COMBO

Anderson AM-10 Complete Lower + Complete Upper COMBO
YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE TO PURCHASE

Complete Lower & Complete Upper Shipped Separately

The AM-10 is a fresh take on the classic 308 Winchester AM-10.

Featuring the newly redesigned Generation 2 Receivers and Handguard.

The AM-10 comes standard with:

16 inch .308 Winchester Mid-length Barrel
15 inch M-Lok Handguard
A2 Style 6 Position Carbine Butt Stock
A2 Style Pistol Grip
SPECIFICATIONS

Weight 8.0 lbs
Receiver Material Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Receiver Finish Type 3 Hard Anodized - Black
Trigger Guard Closed Trigger
RF-85 Treated Non-treated
Bolt Carrier Material 8620 Steel, Finish Nitride
Bolt Material 9310 Steel
Barrel Material 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium
Barrel Length 16 inches
Barrel Finish Nitride
Barrel Contour Government Profile
Twist Rate 1:10
Gas System Length Mid Length
Gas System Type Low Profile
Gas Block Diameter .750 inch
Charging Handle Standard Charging Handle
Handguard 15" M-Lok, Free Float
Pistol Grip A2 Style
Thread Pattern 5/8 - 24
Muzzle Device A2 Flash Hider
Buffer Tube 6 Position Buffer Tube
Butt Stock 6 Position Carbine Butt Stock
SPECIFICATIONS
Model AM-10
Caliber MULTI
Finish Black
Action Semi-Auto
Capacity 20rd
Barrel Length 16in

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I've owned and own several Anderson rifles and built a lot of lowers. I've had great luck with them for good budget and mid range rifles. At this price if your in the market I'd give my thumbs up. Can't say anything bad about them for average plinking, range shooting, hunting and typical civilian use.

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Chrome Moly Vanadium barrel? Golden rule of gunworld; you get what you pay for. Don’t trust a 308 under $700. If you look up chrome moly vanadium it’s meant for cutting and drilling, but it’s weak against heat, is brittle, and cracks easily. 308 guns are expensive because you want quality metals to handle the power of that caliber. This barrel will go boom in your face eventually. Not meant for heat or stress, which isn’t good considering it’s the damn barrel.

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reading your post gave me autism. Chrome moly is literally called "machine gun steel"and used in the M249 and M240

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Lol

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LOLWUT

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Bruh… this system is a bargain and for the average dude who’s going to put a few boxes of ammo down range a month (most folks) then it an awesome package at an amazing price.

If you’re a super secret squirrel and your unit requirements over at task force RangerSealMarsoc mean you put thousands of rounds down range in a foreign desert where you and your buddies lives depend on 1/2 of a 1/10th of a moa then spend 10x the price of this system and get a SR25 or similar.

For most dudes this rifle will shoot better than they can and hold up a lifetime. Gun snobs are my favorite type of pretension.

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I can't speak for the performance of this rifle but I can mention something about the "chrome moly vanadium" that you are disparaging. US military specification for barrel blanks under 2" in diameter, like the M16/M4 family of barrels, in fact requires 4150 CMV, specifically known as Mil-B-11595E, and the alloy is used extensively throughout the "gunworld" in many other platforms and by many companies as well....see 556/308 rifles by Colt, FNH, DD, LWRCI, KAC, PSA, Springfield, IWI, etc., and barrel makers like Criterion, Faxon, BA, etc. Perhaps you are misquoting the alloy formulation or its application to other industries?

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or most likely a stupid fawk.

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Notice that this rifle does not have a forward assist. Not a big deal to many people.

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Ordered this from KyGunCo. Shipped next day and I had it in my hands on the 2nd day. Haven’t shot it yet but seems to be a solid weapon.

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Have you shot it? If so, how do you like it?

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It’s a beast. I love it.

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What mags? Proprietary or will a generic mag work?

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I ordered this from Anderson and received one Magpul 20rnd Pmag.

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Anyone have any feedback on the quality and or reliability of this?

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Thanks for your help.

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looks like you got one? Curious if you have any thoughts about this. Might consider either this or the Ruger SFAR?

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the ruger is a shorter, 2 pound lighter rifle. believe it comes with an adj gas block. the anderson is fine, a person just doesn't have to have an ar .308 that huge anymore. I know they advertise "gen 2" but it ain't the small gen 2. this supposedly swaps receivers with common ar10's

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