Anderson Mfg AR-15 Stripped Lower Receivers $47.99each..!! WHAT? Limit 2 Units

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Anderson Mfg AR-15 Stripped Lower Receivers Deal Cart Check

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Primary Arms has a sale on some Anderson Manufacturing AR-15 Stripped Lower Receiver for just $47.99 each while stock lasts. Compare that to the same AR lower found here and you this is a sweet deal. Primary only lets you order two units at a time, but that does not mean you can not place multiple orders.Buy Now Gun Deals

The Anderson Manufacturing AR-15 Stripped Lower Receiver is built to Mil-Spec out of forged 7075-T6 aluminum and precisely machined to ensure a tight fit of all your components. It is hardcoat anodized black but may have some machining marks or other scratches. Blemished lowers are an affordable way to get started on a new build and they make great platforms to practice your painting skills.

Features:

  • 7075-T6 forged aluminum
  • Type III hardcoat anodized black
  • Marked Multi-Cal
  • Open ear design
  • Accepts 3/4″ and 1″ Grip Screws
  • Non RF85 lower
  • Weight: 0.68 lbs
  • Made in Hebron, Kentucky

Anderson Manufacturing builds rifles, pistols, and parts utilizing the latest in computerized manufacturing. By keeping manufacturing in house, Anderson can offer quality, American-made products at an affordable price, backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Daily Gun Deals: Anderson Manufacturing AR Stripped Lower Receiver $47.99ea

The Anderson Manufacturing AR-15 Lower Receiver is well-reviewed:

Anderson Manufacturing AR Stripped Lower Receiver BLEM Deal Cart Check 05/27/2020:

Anderson Mfg AR-15 Stripped Lower Receivers Deal Cart Check may2020
Anderson Mfg AR-15 Stripped Lower Receivers Deal Cart Check

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Some guy
Some guy
21 days ago

I’d like to know why a “deal” from 5/27 is in the daily feed on 6/22 ?????

JDT
JDT
1 month ago

Move along, nothing to see here…

Baldwin
Baldwin
1 month ago

Ammoland strikes again…free advertising for someone’s “bargain” when spending only a couple of minutes online finds you the same item for a lot less. $39 vs $47. Not sure why this is a thing for Ammoland. Anyone know why?

Xaun Loc
Xaun Loc
8 months ago

The last Anderson stripped lower (NOT a “blem”) that I bought was $24.99 at my “local” gun shop — I put local in quotes because it isn’t my closest gun shop (not by several) and it does a lot of its business online, but at only a 35-40 minute drive it is certainly close enough that it is actually where I have purchased many guns and done a few transfers. As in this example, I watch their online ads for the occasional bargain, then a 40 minute drive is certainly better than paying shipping and transfer fees. Beyond just living… Read more »

Ryben Flynn
Ryben Flynn
8 months ago

Don’t forget your FFL Transfer fee which can add up to $25 on your purchase. Better buy 5 to make it worthwhile. Unless your FFL charges a transfer fee for each firearm instead of on the entire purchase.

Xaun Loc
Xaun Loc
8 months ago
Reply to  Ryben Flynn

That’s a good point. I’ve seen people buy online to save five or ten bucks, then pay shipping and transfer fees.

I shop online, and I’ve bought from Primary and from PSA on occasions, but I always watch the final cost not just the advertised price. One great advantage here is that I have two large online gun shops that are close enough to make it worth the drive and they will usually price match on items they carry.

Baldwin
Baldwin
1 month ago
Reply to  Ryben Flynn

Only $25? Shops around here are asking up to $50. Dirtbags.