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Anderson AM-15 Complete Lower + Upper COMBO
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).
Complete Upper Assy., AM-15, 5.56, 16", Aluminum M-LOK® Hand Guard, Carbine Length, Knight Stalker Flash Hider, BCG & Charging Handle Included
- 1 - Amend2 AR15 Mod 2 30 rnd Magazine
MPN#: B2-K406-A002-B2-K628-AF00

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Just picked up an AM-15 Lower + LPK for my pistol build but man I keep coming back to this.

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Granted this rifle last year could be had for around $500 but since the whole "panic buying" mess, this is still a reasonable price. What these people " panic buying doesnt understand is any new laws or restrictions are gonna take a long time as they get caugght up in court litigations, have to go thru the house and senate, etc etc and so on. Then you also have "state laws" that must go thru the same processes. Its not like we are gonna wake up one morning and poof, all the gun rights are void... people just need to relax a bit. Instead of opanic buying, use that energy to help the fight in court by pro 2nd amendment groups seeking to protect our rights.

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Exactly.

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Appreciate the feedback. Price aside (within reason, let’s say up to $1200-1300)...is this a good AR to buy? Or is there another you’d recommend? I was considering this or radical arms (or waiting on something else) https://gun.deals/search/apachesolr_search/FR16556SOC15FCR

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The Radical looks like more bang for the buck, but Anderson is a known manufacturer of AR components with a good reputation. Others below are recommending the Ruger MPR. Terrific rifle (I have an 18" barrel model), but a way inflated price these days. Now as for an AR15 as a home defense weapon? Seems like overkill. Too much firepower and hard to maneuver in a small space, too hard to hide next to your bed. On the upside, you'll know where it's pointed. Shotgun or pistol would be my choices.

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If you want something one step up from this I’d try and find a Ruger MPR. It’s a great rifle with a number of upgrades that are all worth the money at under $1,000. If you are trying to get the most for your money then I would stick with Anderson or PSA

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Just did a quick search & it is in stock right now. Go 16 or 18”? For my intended use (home defense) I’m leaning toward 16 but shit same price for bigger gun who goes smaller https://gunprime.com/products/ruger-ar-556-mpr-5-56mm-semi-automatic-mul...

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Either barrel length would be fine. If you plan on using it home defense 16” is probably the best but 18” will give a few extra fps. I’d say 16” is the standard but 18” will help you out a little at farther ranges

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Cool thanks. I guess only 18” is in stock now. I mean, I could wait but Biden’s got me on the ropes. So I gotta ask are you sure I should go Ruger over this Radical? https://gun.deals/external-link?url=https%3A%2F%2Fgun.deals%2Fsearch%2Fa...
Price difference doesn’t matter to me but I would like to put a red dot and maybe suppressor on.

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Yes, ruger is Definitely better than radical fire arms. I don’t think anyone one of here will dispute that. Ruger is a name brand and that rifle is good even for them. I don’t know anything about radical but but Ruger is a great company with high quality products

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agree, if price isnt too big of an issue but still want a budget rifle Ruger is a solid choice. Another on to try is the Springfield Armory "Saint" line.

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