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  • #16
    Get yourself a lower vise block too while you're at it, you'll be very thankful for it.
    https://www.midwayusa.com/product/10...5-action-block

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    • #17
      Originally posted by DarthVader View Post
      Thanks everyone I will go with a Anderson lower.I know it be a little more money building but I really would like to build my own vs buying one that is already built,plus it would give me the satisfaction that I was able to do this. As far as a AR-10 goes I am pretty sure to build one I should try and stay with all the same specs such as lower and upper should be made by the same company.This is something I will have to think on but for now I stay with building the AR-15..
      It actually will be cheaper in the long run to build, simply because you get what you want, the first time. The alternative is that you buy a rifle for $699 and then spend another $800 customizing it to your liking, and you end up with a lot of useless spare parts. Don't ask me how I know that, you're just going to have to trust me on this one.

      I've taken a liking to Fortis Manufacturing handguards in recent years, they're top notch, super light, full free float handguards. I have some in REV and REV II models. Love them. They use the factory barrel nut, which is nice.
      https://fortismfg.com/index.php?route=common/home

      A cheaper alternative is some of the ones that you can get from Chandler Hardwoods. A little heavier and not quite the machining quality of Fortis, but still full free floats and very nice.
      http://www.chandlerhardwoods.com/category-s/1837.htm
      Sticky Lips at High Noon!

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