cswann8: FYI the Multi on the receiver does NOT mean that it can shoot .223 or 5.56.
They probably do put on Wylde chamber barrels that can accept both, but
you should never go by the stamp on the lower.
Also, I'm with you Spectrum. I purchased a complete lower receiver with
Magpul MOE furniture from them a week ago, sent my FFL holders info, and as
far as I know it's not shipped. The item I ordered was in stock when they
took my money. I checked yesterday and it's no longer available. Getting
through to customer service is an ordeal and so far they just make excuses.
I know Black Friday sales are popular and it's a busy time for retailers,
and I'm not someone that expects the world to bend over backwards for me
just because I bought something, but from this experience and comments like
yours (and I've read several) I don't think they'll get any repeat business
Matthew Beaty: Guess you were wrong about Obama
TheCatawbakid: at 0:38 you are and were correct in your assumption. Good deal you bought
this... How is your ammo and Mags.... Prices are out the freaking roof right
backyardguns: Just for clarification, per ATF requirements a caliber marking must be on
the receiver, but it wouldn't matter if it simply said 5.56mm. You could
still run .223, 9mm, 300 AAC, etc. upper receiver.
Ranger4321: @TheCatawbakid The GI mags i bought from an army surplus store for $3 a
piece, i plan on going back for more. The PMag with the window was $15 from
an army surplus store. I bought some PMC ammo for about $8-9 a box, but i
also bought some Tulammo in bulk (500 rnds) for about $140. I think though
that this ammo crisis will be much like the .380 ammo crisis where it dried
up for a few months, but once everyone got done panicing it came back in
backyardguns: The upper/lower receivers are NOT hammer forged! They're simply just forged
and then milled out. Only barrels are hammer forged. The "Multi"
designation is a left over when the ATF required the specific caliber be
marked on the receiver. That is no longer the case, but manufactures do it
anyway. It might be a concern if you originally planned it for a pistol
configuration. It has NOTHING to do with shooting .223rem/5.56mm. The
rating for the chamber should be printed on the barrel.
Cecil Sharps: The trigger gets better about 500 rounds. I run a psa lpk in one of my
sootch00: Beautiful rifle! Have fun at the range Brother~
ak prepper: iv sold my bushmaster,and my 2013 colt ar-15's and i bought a palmetto,i
love the rifle!,imo there is zero difference and its about $500 cheaper
than the colt...
Ranger4321: Thanks Sootch! I cant wait to take her to the range!
Ranger4321: Thanks man! I wanted a Rock River AR, but the price was just too much for
one. The only thing id change about my PSA is the trigger, its a little
sluggish. Since the vid Ive added a rear buis.
Permaculture Prepper: lmao its always obamas fault. i got psa's too , let em ban em now.
FullSpectrum Survivalist: I will never order from PSA ever again. I ordered ammo 26 days ago, they
charged my card the same day. Now they tell me they don't have the ammo
almost 3 weeks latter, and will only give me a gift card. freak THAT crap!!!
I would steer clear of these guys if I were you. To the OP, be glad you
actually got what you ordered.
jAs251000: Nice rifle, I'm waiting on my upper from them should be here monday. About
the rock river build it I've got one i built for about 700.00 they are nice.