Description

The AR15 Stripped Upper Receiver is one of our most popular products. Forged from 7075-T6 aluminum, this stripped upper is precision machined to mil-spec M16/M4 specifications and features M4 feedramps. Match this upper with one of our AR15 lower receivers for a solid and dependable fit.

Features:

M4 Feedramps
.250 takedown pin holes
Engraved T-marks

Includes:

Blemished AR15 Stripped Upper Receiver in Anodized Black

This product is blemished. Blemishes may include:
Plating inconsistencies
Pits
Scratches
Dents
Flaws in finish

Our blemished products are fully functional, they just didn't meet our high standards. They are a great product at a discounted price for someone who doesn't mind a slight imperfection. We do not accept returns on blemished products.

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Bought two in October 2019 for $60.00 for instructional builds.

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They can't even spell "precision" correctly in the title. How precise do you think the actual product will be? We already know there will be plating inconsistencies, pits, scratches, dents, and/or flaws in the finish. Hard pass. Aero PRECISION or Anderson upper receivers are not expensive, and you know what you are getting.

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My was pretty good. Built a rifle already - shoots just fine. Not a single problem. Yes it was blemished ... so what ? it is sold as blemished.

You can see blem - painted piece of raw metal.

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Well, about my 5th order of these, and like the other comment- the milled our area is much larger than pictured, I’m ok with that but mine in this last batch - are not Hardcoat anodized - and are not even black- they are slick shiny gray- like a tungsten gray feels like duracoat - not mentioned in the description
Might be getting to the bottom of their barrel?

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I got mine from the last batch.

So the blem isn't really much visible but the milling is only a surface mill and doesn't protrude through the metal. But mine was on the opposite side of the picture and is huge....
But I covered it up with some patio furniture touch up paint and will go over it with some krylon matte gun paint. And it is pretty decent for 25$ shipped.

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OOS

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OOS

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These are blems , and good for the price. I have bought several so far, all have functioned 100%.
Customer service was very quick to correct a shipping error, like same day quick.

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The milled out area on these is a us military cage code number . I bought 3 and 1 had been milled , the other 2 had not and had FN cage code (3s679) on them.

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Thanks for info!!! Commercial And Government Entity (CAGE) Code is a five-character ID number used extensively within the federal government, assigned by the Department of Defense’s Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).

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Total JUNK...they are passing off Chinese made parts as made in USA

STAY AWAY

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those receivers have american manufacturers proof marks. other stuff they sell like gas blocks are chinese and crap but receivers seem to be original.

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Yeah that's about where some buildup was on my upper when I couldn't get it to cycle by hand. Might be a casting defect. Anyway, I'm actually really disappointed with their quality but they did tend to their warranty claim with ease. It's not quality stuff for sure, since I've had to tweak some stuff, but it'll do for the price point. And.. maybe this upper will expel gases that way so you can run silenced without powder in the face.. may be a blessing lol

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Pretty good price for a brass aluminum forging upper that has Engraved T-marks. Curious why there appears to be a milled out section above the forward assist next to the brass aluminum forging mark (the square)???

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Why list it if it is out of stock? Waste of time.

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Got this for free because it fucking sucks and nobody wanted it. I ended up shooting it because it was a POS.

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WOW

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