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AR15 M4 Stripped Upper Receivers

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Rich219, Dec 6, 2012.

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  1. Rich219

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    Stripped M4 upper receivers with "T" marks on the top and M4 cuts machined.


    $90 each + shipping.



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    are these LRB . still want to build another upper for that mega lower i got from you
     
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    No, these were made by us on CNC equipment to military specifications.
     
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    Forged or billet CNC?

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    Any BCGs for sale?
     
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    Whiz,

    Forged


    GI,

    Not right now, any BCGs I have are allocated to customers right now. Maybe in a few weeks.
     
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    Here is a picture of some that just got returned from the anodizing company.


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    I want to Cerakote one, so can I/we get B4 anodizing? Any cheaper?

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    Whiz,

    If you wanted one out of the next run I do I could pull one out before I send them out for anodizing but right now the only ones I have are anodized.

    With Cerakote the part needs to be sand blasted before spraying so you would be removing the anodizing during this process. On the other hand even if you were to get one that wasn't anodized it still needs to be blasted.

    The good thing about these being anodized already is that you can blast and Cerakote this externally and still leave the hard coat anodizing internally to offer protection to the metal.

    If you wanted one without anodizing on the next run I could knock $4 off, the same it costs me to have these anodized.
     
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    I'm a big fan of the SP-1 variant...

    Could these be made without the brass deflector and/or forward assist port??

    Just thinking out loud here...
     
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    HSLDS, like this? I used an old SP1 upper receiver to built my Colt Model 605 clone.

    If Rich 219 does not have SP1 style uppers, Nodak Spud makes clones of the Colt 604 upper, which is what you want. Click the link and scroll about 3.4 the way down the page. They are not cheap, though. It's a matter of economy. Vastly more A2 uppers are made now than these. These do work better than an old SP1 upper, as I had to JB Weld in an offset bushing in the front hole, and it sometimes breaks loose. (I may have to pin it.)
     
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    Rich, are your flat top uppers available without the M4 cuts?
     
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    I hate you, I hate you, I hate you...

    Thanks - I have a soft spot for the SP-1's (have had a few in the barn) - was thinking if the price was right I'd pick up 4 or 6 from Rich to build out guns in the future.

    I have a Colt Carbine with the factory Colt scope as well... 'great bit of kit.'

    Cheaper Than Dirt was selling stripped out SP-1's about two years ago (all parts less the receiver) for around 6 bills. Thought of buying some then, but by the time I thought it through they were sold out.

    Vis-a-vis the bushing/pin issue you can pick up a whole pin assembly that is manufactured off center to line everything up. Just have to get it all aligned, put it in (as I recall it threads together) and you are done. Pivot works fine, but full disassembly will require some tools.

    Merry Christmas,

    David
     
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    Brian,

    No, these were all machined with cuts.
     
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    I'm going to donate 10% of all sales in the next ten days to fund a new prescription for meds for Gene. Your money at work!
     
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