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The FM Products FM9 9mm complete lower receiver is machined from a block of billet 7075-T6 aluminum and is compatible with Mil-Spec components. This dedicated 9mm AR lower is designed to be used with the highly popular Glock magazines and even features a last round bolt hold open which is not a common feature of other 9mm lowers. The AR 9mm lower Glock compatible receiver comes finished with trigger, safety selector, carbine buffer tube, pistol grip, bolt release, and takedown pins and pistol blade.Features:Machined from billet 7075-T6 aluminumCompatible with 9mm Glock style magazinesLast round bolt hold openComes fully assembledLifetime warranty through FM Products100% made in AmericaThe Foxtrot Mike Products FM-9 Complete 9x19mm Upper Receiver is feature rich and cutting edge. Built from the ground up to provide outstanding reliability and accuracy with a host of top tier features. The monolithic style has been achieved with a proprietary interlock between the upper and handguard. The slim-line handguard is M-LOK compatible for your favorite accessories. Features an Ultra Light 3 in. Ultra Premium, Match Grade Barrel. Includes Ultra Premium Bolt Carrier Group and Breek Arms Warhammer Ambidextrous Charging Handle.Does not include a magazine. KCI 33rd Glock Magazine not included.
MPN#: FM-9-MFT-PSTL-3

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want one!

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anyone own one and want to share thoughts?

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I have one of their uppers, and I would give it a 3 out of 5. The prices are great and it's solidly assembled, but there are a couple of design issues. Notice that the muzzle is buried deep under the handguard, that's a very long blast forwarder. If you want to put a can on it, you will have to do a barrel swap. If you don't put a can on it, really watch your digits with the muzzle. I would get an longer barrel version with threads accessible past the rail. Mine also had issues with firing pin fitment in the BCG, making it stick forward. Made for exciting range sessions sometimes, but frustrating light strikes on others.

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