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I'm getting ready to build a 300 Blackout AR and I'm trying to decide which lower to use. I have an Anderson and a Tactical Machining lower. Being that lowers are pretty standard there's prob not really much different between the two. Just looking for some opinions. My .223 platform is a Rock River so the other lower might get sold off. Thanks!
 

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TM makes I nice lower

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PSA has some good deals right now on lowers, I've bought two and they are very good. I also have a stag arms, only because I like the engraved deer head on it.
 

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I have two ARs currently. One on a Barlett ent billet lower and the other is on a Spikes Tactical. Both have been good to me.
 

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Either one should work.

I've never owned a Tactical Machining lower, but I got a stripped Anderson lower that I built out and have had no problems with it.
 

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Spikes or PSA, pretty much going to be good with any lower you pick up though. I have an AAC 16" 300 that is solid, have had stags and Rock Rivers 223, in the past all were good.
 

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They are all mil spec. Never understood the which lower to use question. Just use an accuwedge if the fit is loose. Personally I have two aero precision lowers.


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As long as it is in spec, the logo on the side makes little difference. I have used PSA, Anderson, DSA, and a couple others without issues. It is all in what you can or are willing to spend to make what you want.

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