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AR 15 Lower Reciever in Stock. Restricted Rifle.

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May 12, 2014
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AR 15 Lower Reciever in Stock. Restricted Rifle.

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Irunguns.com
Maybe not the hottest, but considering time may be running out to join the AR club, this might be the best option left.

Ordered mine for 45 USD +25 USD shipping.
Approx 95$CAD

This is the only place I can find sub 100$ AR lower receivers with stock.

Pew pew.
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I would be careful with this. They still have to undergo transfer, and then a few weeks for importation from the USA.

If it gets banned during this process, they might not make it into Canada
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Some reports indicate that the transfer process begins as soon as purchase is made and can be completed before the item is imported and shipped.
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+1, I would buy these in case of you ever decide to build few more ARs. Price is good

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Have you purchased through them before?

Does this need to go through a local firearms store?

Cheers

camelopardalis wrote: Maybe not the hottest, but considering time may be running out to join the AR club, this might be the best option left.

Ordered mine for 45 USD +25 USD shipping.
Approx 95$CAD

This is the only place I can find sub 100$ AR lower receivers with stock.

Pew pew.
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Shingo wrote: Have you purchased through them before?

Does this need to go through a local firearms store?

Cheers

They ship domestically. I haven't bought from them but they are reputable.
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Shingo wrote: Have you purchased through them before?

Does this need to go through a local firearms store?

Cheers
I used to all the time back when our dollar was at par.

Good company.

They also have a .CA site. Although still in USD. Im pretty sure things on their .CA site are items already in Canada. (Correct me if im wrong, haven't logged onto CGN in a long while lol)
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Poly or aluminum? Which one should I buy?
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May the good lord ensure the free flow of these weapons to safe harbor in Canada.

All seriousness, I consider it an imperative to buy these accessories and make it clear that there's a vibrant market for these products in Canada. Don't shy away from purchasing just because we have a few weak links in Ottawa.

God bless.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: May the good lord ensure the free flow of these weapons to safe harbor in Canada.

All seriousness, I consider it an imperative to buy these accessories and make it clear that there's a vibrant market for these products in Canada. Don't shy away from purchasing just because we have a few weak links in Ottawa.

God bless.
Other than my house this is the only other time I have been in debt. I bought everything I could get my hands on. I am now reinforcing a door in my basement because I need a room as a safe.
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any coupon code? after all, this is rfd.
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I've always wanted an AR but there's so many out there. Can someone guide a newbie? What's the best bang for buck? I was looking at the S&W M&P15 Sport II or should I DIY?
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I went with Aluminum MilSpec on both my lowers.


I caved and ordered one by the way.
armadaone wrote: Poly or aluminum? Which one should I buy?
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KevCnew wrote: I've always wanted an AR but there's so many out there. Can someone guide a newbie? What's the best bang for buck? I was looking at the S&W M&P15 Sport II or should I DIY?
M&P15 or the Ruger AR556 is a good place to start on a budget for a complete. Building something yourself for 2500 vs paying 4000 for the same thing all set up is a way to save at the high end. Under 1000 you're going to be looking at franken-guns to build it yourself.
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KevCnew wrote: I've always wanted an AR but there's so many out there. Can someone guide a newbie? What's the best bang for buck? I was looking at the S&W M&P15 Sport II or should I DIY?

M&P is definitely best bang for your buck. DIY can be pricey. Get the S&W and upgrade the parts you want.
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Just a fyi on-top of the $25 shipping transfer fee I was charged for GST and additional Canada Post shipping of ~$24.00 Canadian. it's a slow process but I should have my lower all in under $140 which is a savings of about $60 compared to the Spikes Punisher lower I bought locally last year.

I'm still waiting for delivery. I'd only recommend this for folks that aren't in a rush.

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Driftwood wrote: https://www.irunguns.com/lower-receiver ... -snowflake

They seem to know their target market. Winking Face
This seems like a brain hack to get into my pocket. Love it.

Counterpoint: The men you shoot with may not get the pony motif and just assume you're light in the loafers (not that there's anything wrong with that...).

Maybe don a MAGA cap to ease the confusion.
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KevCnew wrote: I've always wanted an AR but there's so many out there. Can someone guide a newbie? What's the best bang for buck? I was looking at the S&W M&P15 Sport II or should I DIY?
I'd get in now then decide later.
All else fails you can sell what you get now and get something better.
Driftwood wrote: https://www.irunguns.com/lower-receiver ... -snowflake

They seem to know their target market. Winking Face
I still want one of these:

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redflagdealsguy wrote: Counterpoint: The men you shoot with may not get the pony motif and just assume you're light in the loafers (not that there's anything wrong with that...).
I totally want one of these:

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Bonus points if you're an amazing shot.
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