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Item Number: 215961
Anderson AM-15 Complete Lower + Upper COMBO
YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE TO PURCHASE
MUST BE A RESIDENT OF KENTUCKY FOR IN STORE PICKUP
Complete Lower & Complete Upper Shipped Separately
This Complete Lower Includes an Assembled Lower, Lower Parts Kit, Buffer Tube, & Buttstock Assembly.
The AM-15 Stripped Lower Receiver is American made with superior quality for less! Anderson lower receivers are CNC machined from a high-strength, 7075 T6 aluminum forging for reliable performance and outstanding durability. Machined to Military Specifications & Standards and marked "Multi-Cal " to be used with multiple calibers on the AR-15 platform. This Lower Receiver comes in type III black hard anodize.
This Lower Receiver comes with Anderson's Lower Parts Kit for AM-15 installed. Includes the following: Bolt Catch, Bolt Catch Plunger, Bolt Catch Roll Pin, Bolt Catch Spring, Buffer, Retainer, Buffer Retainer Spring, Disconnect, Disconnect Spring, Hammer, Hammer Pin, Hammer Spring, Magazine Catch, Magazine Catch Button, Magazine Catch Spring, Pistol Grip (A2 style), Pistol Grip Lock Washer, Pistol Grip Screw, Pivot Pin, Pivot Pin Detent, Pivot Pin Detent Spring, Selector, Selector Detent, Selector Detent Spring, Takedown Pin, Takedown Pin Detent, Takedown Pin, Detent Spring, Trigger, Trigger Guard, Trigger Guard Roll Pin, Trigger Pin, Trigger Spring.
Comes Assembled with a Mil Spec Buffer Tube Kit. This includes: 6 Position Buffer Tube, End Plate, Castle Nut, Carbine Length Buffer and Spring (Music Wire).
SPECIFICATIONS
- Complete Upper Assy., AM-15, 5.56, 16", Bravo Company BCMGUNFIGHTER™ PMCR (Polymer M-LOK® Compatible Rail)*, Carbine Length, BCG & Charging Handle Included
- Complete AM-15 Lower
- 1 - Lancer L5 Advanced Warfighter Magazine (AWM®) Magazine
MPN#: AM-15-BCM-MLOK-L5AWM

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Why would anyone refer to their time in the service as serving "your" country? Just curious

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got me one as my first AR, but it came blemished, gas block scraped pretty good and the handle loose so i couldnt select fire and safe or take it to test it and had to send it back not to mention the pivot and retaining pins were stuck i couldnt separate the top and lower.... made me lose interest really, but the floating rails seem awesome. i think i mind as well get the angled grip or horizontal from BCM and a optic or iron sight or something. IVe seen the radical as well and since have learned so much more about AR15s. PSA has a ghost gun lower that interested me in starting a build, but id have to pay for shipping for every single item which would run the cost up more than expected. so i think im gonna buy some ammo and a scope Any advice in that area would be appreciated, please no 1k$ suggestions. iron sights perhaps

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The Radical Firearms has been the nicer budget firearm lately, a lot closer to the fit and finish of my BCM’s than my PSA’s and Stag. Stag really isn’t a budget oriented brand but I think RF is about the same quality, accept for the Stags having a chrome lined barrel.

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Here is a link to a very good deal on a 1-4 Tacticon LPVO entry level scope with a lifetime warranty, currently at 50% off w/coupon code "prime50". Your total cost will come to $99.98 shipped. This scope has over 320 reviews on Amazon and comes from a Vet owned company you can trust. I've bought several of their red dots, and plan to buy another one while they are on sell. This is a deal that should work well for you. https://tacticon.com/product/falcon-v2-1-4x24-lpvo-scope/

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Don’t listen to this guy. This guys has argued with me that FFP is useless on variable optics at distances and thinks that SFP rules them all. Lack of experience shows in his comments.

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Are you a salesman for this company? The only reason I ask is the way you put your words together in your comments, they just seem kind of like a salesman trying to sell something, I could be wrong, I don’t see anything visibly wrong with the scope in the link, it’s not waterproof or water resistant or shockproof, it says shock resistant (i’m a little skeptical) but if you’re plinking then it’ll do, i’ve never heard of the company and my concerns might not be yours so don’t let my opinion sway yours, it’ll probably do just fine.

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No, I'm not and have never been a salesman, but I did dedicate 24 years of my life in the service of our country 1967-1991 (Vietnam thru Desert Storm). I try to compose my comments to be brief, factual, informative, and hopefully helpful. I also try to provide links to give readers fast access to additional information. LWRC, I feel like your question was intended to be somewhat disrespectful, and I highly recommend you don't go there in the future. My response will not be as nice and measured as this one. Have a nice weekend.

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It was meant to be disrespectful I thought you were salesman for the company or store and for that I am sorry, 24 years is a long time serve the government, The Vietnam war was a terrible war and the soldiers were treated horribly when they came home,(that makes me mad as hell) I thank you for your service, if you don’t mind me asking what branch were you in and what was your MOS.in the Armed Forces.

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Army 13Z5M

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Nice! I’m sure many a man has been grateful (or terrified if you’re Charlie)for your fire, especially in the Vietnam jungles, I know what 13Z is, what is the 5M designation.

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First Sergeant

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Gotcha, I’ll remember that, have a nice night.

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For scopes I would probably go with Sig Sauer tango selection not the military the ones,cause those are like two grand, go with the tango4 selection,(tactical) Second scope Company I would probably go with Vortex they’ve got hundreds of options in scopes and reticles, I wouldn’t suggest any one in particular you’ll have to find what’s best for you and what you’ll be doing with it but they’re all good and have lifetime warranties, as for the sights I would go with Magpul MBUS pop-up ones, they’re not very expensive but they’re really durable, but if I might add a suggestion if you’re planning on using this for defense and not plinking I would probably go with a red dot instead of a scope, especially since you’re new to this, a LPVO (Low power variable optic) or scope takes a little bit more “now how” to use than the red dot, and I don’t think you wanna be learning how to use an LPVO in a defense situation, and the battery run dead quicker most of the time, now if you’re just plinking it doesn’t matter you can get a scope or red dot and it doesn’t matter, for the red dot selection I would get a shake awake red dot, they sleep while they’re still and they turn on immediately when you move it and you can leave it on all the time and never turn it off, it’s always there when you need it, and the batteries last years, I would go with a Sig Sauer Romeo5 I’ve personally had those and they are good they have a shake awake feature you can change the brightness with push buttons, they are waterproof shockproof and fog proof also and they only cost between $100 and $120 and the batteries last 3 to 5 years And they can last 10 if you use the shake awake feature, or if you wanna upgrade you can go with a sigsauer Romeo4s like the British SAS uses and there around $300 to $400 and they have multiple red dot reticle options, another personal favorite of mine is the EOTech holographic sight they run around $500 to $700 they have a wide field of View but they have a shorter battery life of around 500 to 600 hours and no shake awake They have a great reticle though, US military uses them extensively, and there are hundreds of great options for red dots out there if not thousands I just listed a few, here are some other companies you can look at Trijicon.com, Vortex.com, Crimsontrace.com, Burris.com, Leopold.com, Aimpoint.com, primaryarms.com, Sigsauer.com, EOTech.com, there are more but that’s what I can think of at the moment, I don’t know if I helped you at all I hope I did a little bit, and another thing if you want more magnification on your red dots and the ease of use get a Magnifier they flip to the side when not in use and get a QD (quick detach) mount so you can take it off and put it right back on when you want, I hope you get sorted out.

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This has been a great cliff notes man I love it!! I’ve got a northtrac red dot but it’s so blurry when not a red dot it’s a last resort. Not to mention it was like 15$ impulse purchase. Can’t wait to see the difference with a more expensive setup.

The detachable flip magnifying Romeo and Juliet sets is what I plan to invest in or similar. (Shake awake seems like the best feature to have )

And then maybe a Rossi 22Lr with a long scope so I can train my son as well.

But thank you man I appreciate the help!

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You’re welcome.

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Jimmy, it sounds like you could use some help finding what will work best for you within your budget. You will get an email from Gundeal.com saying you have a message. Click on the message link for my contact info. I've been building, repairing, and upgrading ARs for years. I'm confident I can answer all your questions, and that we can get you headed in the right direction. Have a great day.

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Thank you J. I’ll contact with specific questions

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7/28/2022 - If you're looking for an AR in this price range I'd go for this Radical Firearms AR for less than $5 more.
https://thecastlearms.com/product/rad-rad-15-rpr-5.56-16b-30r
15" Free Float Handguard, Mid-length gas system, MFT Furniture ..... all contribute to make it well worth the minuscule difference in price, IMO

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The firearm you mention is actually $50 more total than this KY/Andersen - as Castle charges shipping and tax; however probably worth the $50 extra
(Radical Firearms AR-15 (with Mission First Tactical Furniture!) RAD-15 RPR .223 Rem/5.56 NATO 16" Barrel 30+1)

Good review of the Radical AR
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5KqYrmdeG0

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Thanks for pointing that out, gerick75. I admittedly slipped-up by not factoring-in shipping, tax and CC fees, which can indeed be substantial. Considering those fees the Radical is $38 higher for me. Not a "minuscule difference" as I stated before (my bad) but still worth it in my view. I like Mr GNG on YT. He's one of my favorites. I've been subbed to his channel for years. I hope you're having a great weekend.

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I was in the market after seeing the radical firearms build you have listed. The furniture on that system is far superior - if you wanted to add the same here your looking at around 150 -170 dollars as this just has a2 stock and grip and a 20-dollar BCM heat shield. After a lot of research, the Anderson Manufacturing AR seems to be a better-made gun than the radical. Radical seems to have a lot of quality control issues (including poor quality BCG and issues with the gas tube system). Anderson aero and PSA seem to be a bit better in the budget area and Anderson lowers are very commonly used for builds. If Radical can make the "same" gun and include 150+ worth of furniture makes you question quality difference even in these cheap guns. Just my thoughts.

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the biggest diff is probably the barrel.. Anderson uses 4150 steel for their barrels and the radical although having better furniture has a 4140 barrel. not as good.

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4140 is 0.4% carbon - 4150 is 0.5% carbon - that difference to my style of shooting is negligible. If I was in a barrel meltdown competition to see who's barrel lasted the longest I'd choose to use a 4150 barrel over a 4140 barrel because it should survive a bit longer. But I'm not into that. I don't own a full-auto and I don't do shitloads of back-to-back mag dumps. 4140 meets my style and needs just fine.

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When Radical first started, years ago, I read about those problems you speak of. I think they addressed and remedied the problems. It's been quite-a-while since I've heard of any common or persistent problems with their firearms. Their firearms come with a non-transferable lifetime warranty. The reports I've read regarding their customer service are positive. That's my 2¢. :)

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Why is this so cheap?

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Some combination of a polymer upper receiver, an Anderson lower receiver, and no Pittman-Robertson tax on components (which this is being sold as) would be my guess. I could be wrong, though.

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AFAIK, Anderson doesn't make AM-15 polymer upper receivers.

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You're right; they don't. Neither does BCM, or at least neither one has them catalogued on-line. Guess that's what I get for posting when I'm nodding off from fatigue.

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I understand :) The BCM handguard that comes on the complete upper assembly is polymer.

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You are correct. This is simply a standard Anderson M4 clone with a $25 BCM handguard. https://lanbosarmory.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=66797

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Just got one from KyGunCo great deal, good rifle for the money works great.

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7/20/2022: $394.99 prices beginning to trend downward

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Month and a half later it's dropped another 60¢ lol

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