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Old 07-20-2005, 07:13 AM
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AR 15 parts company mapartsinc.com - any feedback?


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Anyone have any comments on this company? http://www.mapartsinc.com/

They seem to have inexpensive components to build a second rifle. Was wondering on their quality?

Thanks,

Dan
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Old 07-22-2005, 03:08 PM
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Go over to AR15.com and ask. Someone over there will have had dealings with them more than likely. I have not heard of them before but there are thousands of AR parts sellers these days. A good rule of thumb if their quality or legitimacy is in question is to use only dealers that support or otherwise cater to the AR15.com crowd. They are hard to please and any shortcomings will be brought to light immediately and not always diplomatically.

Click on the "industry" tab for a listing of dealers and makers who frequent there.
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Old 07-28-2005, 11:22 AM
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Go over to AR15.com and ask. Someone over there will have had dealings with them more than likely. I have not heard of them before but there are thousands of AR parts sellers these days. A good rule of thumb if their quality or legitimacy is in question is to use only dealers that support or otherwise cater to the AR15.com crowd. They are hard to please and any shortcomings will be brought to light immediately and not always diplomatically.

Click on the "industry" tab for a listing of dealers and makers who frequent there.

Thanks so much,

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