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Arm or Ally has teamed up with Aero Precision and Weapon Works to bring you five different cerakoted M4E1 and M4E1 Threaded Custom Builders Sets. Be sure to check out the “Finish Your Build” options for a selection of parts at deep discounts when purchased with one of these sets.

Each set comes with a matching upper receiver, lower receiver, and 9" or 15" handguard in the Enhanced or Atlas style. Need matching furniture for your builder's set, check out the matching selection of Magpul parts. The following patterns are available:

Black Multicam
Battleworn Woodland
Alpine Dark
Urban Dazzle
Urban Laramie

Arm or Ally also stocks one of the best selections of barrels, bolt carrier groups and triggers to help complete your custom build

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This site is now my go to site for things. Great selection of stock and prices are usually on the lower end of retailers and they ship fast.

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I don't see any M4E1 Aero enhanced sets anywhere for $220. I see them listed at $325+ though.

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Bought a few things from ArmorAlly and had a good experience with them.

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Way cheaper at veteran owned BKINGS firearms. Support vets, dont get ripped off

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Who's Idea was it to promote this with parts that don't fit together in the same 4 pictures showing an enhanced upper with a handguard that needs a threaded upper that are cerakoted the same?

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Who said anything about RETAIL? IDGAF about Aero prices as I mentioned in my original post that that's as high as you can go(yet you gave me examples of that anyway to prove my point) However, as we all know Aero routinely sells their custom cerakote jobs right here at gun.deals for $399 which is why I said you were $21 higher. Special Sales? That same builders(currently enhanced) set is routinely $220 at schuyler arms(and 2 more places that actively use gun.deals). $355 for cerakote at Weapon Works? I don't know anyone in the real world who pays $355 for cerakote. What you call a $119 saving to your customer is actually a $100 - $120 Loss the second they pull the trigger. No more magic pricing lessons please.

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The 15" MLOK Builder's set (Upper Receiver, Lower Receiver, 15"ATLAS S-ONE MLOK Handguard) retails for $346.47 ($295 is about as good as they get without any special sales) ( https://www.aeroprecisionusa.com/m4e1-builder-set-atlas-s-one-handguard ) The coating service for 1 long-rifle at Weapon Works is $355 plus shipping both ways. Aero Precision sells their custom cerakoted ATLAS builders sets for $549 (https://www.aeroprecisionusa.com/m4e1-ammo-can-15-atlas-s-one-builder-se...), There's a $119 savings to our customers. We hope this helps clarify any confusion.

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As a consumer I can't say I understand this move. Your "partnership" pricing is $21 above going straight to Aero which is already the highest priced way to go for any finish on the m4e1 threaded or enhanced builders sets. More finishes? Perhaps, but anyone can get a complete builders set at several vendors in the $220 ish range all day long and have any finish done at any of a thousand places and come out cheaper. Who is your target demo?

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