Description

SKU: 516446625
UPC: 516446625
MFR#: 516446625

- Lower Receiver: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
- Receiver Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
- Fire Control Group: Single-Stage, Mil-spec style
- Grip: Magpul Grip, Black
- Buffer Tube: KAK Industries Shockwave Pistol Buffer Tube
- Adjustment: Fixed
- Pistol Brace: KAK Industries Shockwave Blade, Black
Lower: These forged lowers are quality made using 7075-T6 aluminum and are marked "MULTI" for caliber.  Fitted with a KAK Industries Shockwave Blade and Magpul Grip. 
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Back in the day, I bought this for pocket change, a few box tops, and some trading stamps. No tax, free shipping too! Remember when the biggest gripe about PSA was slow shipping. I miss the good old slow shipping days of 2016 p.c. (Pre Corona).

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I used to spend thousands and thousands of dollars with PSA every year and I was on their website daily. But since they increased shipping costs to an insane price and almost never have free shipping anymore especially on lowers I haven’t bought anything from them in months and never even visit their website anymore.

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Same here, they are also raising prices considerably lately even from what they were 3-4 months ago.

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Shipping and taxes brutal. That and I won’t order another thing from PSA until I get my last two orders that still show “processing”

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Shipping is terrible. Over 50 dollars for upper and lower.

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Good price but shipping is brutal...

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I just bought one from PSA with the KAK shockwave and the buffer tube wiggles in the castle nut threads, anyone know what the problem could be? I'm about to contact PSA and ask them what is going on, I don't like this one bit. Nut is staked and the tube can be rotated back and forth on the threats a good 1/8 inch or more.

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it means they didn't tighten the nut down at the factory before staking. they probably finger tightened it down and then forgot to torque it down with the wrench before staking. It needs to be redone with a new end plate as you have to break the staking, then replace the plate and then torque it down fully before restaking. a tight castle nut will ensure that the buffer tube doesn't move. If the buffer tube moves then that means it's not tightened properly

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