SdawgArmy: Id love to find out if polymer lowers could be field proven. Anyone use one
for say a rifle dynamic course? I own one but cant afford to go out and run
the crap out of it. Hasnt failed for recreation but would love to know if
it could hang if needed.
CPHannigan: I'm glad I'm not the only one who holds that opinion.
dogshmog: Both are garbage.
GunWebsites: can't get them to quit squishing to that narrow view
Glock Holiday: Im selling a new ATI for $300 Socal!!
Roger Suttles: You would have a super light 22 long rifle if you used one of these lowers
and a Feather Light 22 upper kit!
joekim1983: sweet, I actually grabbed an ati omni stripped lower, and saving it for
now. I'm thinking im gonna do a lightweight 14.5" (w/ pinned muzzle device)
cqb build with it in the future, probably gonna tacti-cool that one with
lights and lasers for a property-defense weapon.
Moonfood78: They should make M&P 15-22 like parts kits for cheap custom 22 ar's that
are fun to build up with cheap polymer grip, rails, folding stocks and
crap! :D i'd buy.
johnt115: i have built 3 AR with the ATI lowers and 2 with the NFA the ATI went
together with out any problems the NFA needed a lot of filing and it was a
pain to get out the take down pin with the upper attached
MikeTango6: Which one do you prefer are you going to do a build on any 1 of them.
funa mota: What you think of new frontier lowers ? Thumbs up or down because I order
one in pistol
Theyoungrepper: wich would you reccommend for a first build?
righyanb: I was looking at some of the new frontier polymer lowers on gun broker, but
am very hesitant. Now even more. I think I'll wait and get aluminum.
AnobisBloodwing: Must be a lot lighter than the normal lowers..... But why buy plastic
lowers wen you can print them even cheaper =)
Bone Sword: I bought 3 Cav15's after Yeager talked about them in one of he's vid's.
HardWayLearnt: Is anyone making a metal reinforced polymer lower? Alum at the stress
points? I think we would all balk if our poly framed handguns didn't have
metal frame rails and such.
GunsNpolitics: ARE there gals at gun websites? Just curious.
37Sith: Love my New Frontier LW15 lower! Durable as hell, smooth lines, not
cheap.... Not 1 issue in EVER......
Hiluxtaco: First... to wonder why I couldn't comment the first time around.
gnborg: Gwebs have you tested the polymer lowers? I value your opinion over some
other channels that have done videos on them. Was thinking about buying one
but unsure if they will hold up.
GunWebsites: ATI hands down
TheDrb27: Patriot Arms is another with a try it warranty and is top notch like OMNI.
Or maybe that's what they call them in Ca.
jdub229r: After stocking up on NFS lowers - what I can't figure out is why they don't
make these with flared magwell & sweet enhanced trigger guard - ala POF or
Noveske, & maybe some texturing on the front of the magwell? It couldn't
imagine it costing much more to fill the mold with a similar amount
nsz85: I think it is YouTube. You are the second legit channel to have this happen
to in the last week. Very weird...
Snake Plissken: By the time we can get a high quality polymer lower it will be illegal to
Gabe Musashi: why doesn't anyone make a poly .22lr lower? that way ain't no bitchin about
it breakin cuz of recoil.
37Sith: Never have had 1 issue with my LW15 lower.... Love it!
watashiwahjolan: Ati is not garbage new fronyier is cheap looking and rough looking
ArtisanTony: You want crude? Wait till I print one :)
leadfarmer556: weakest part on those polymer lower is the threaded end for the buffer
tube.seen one of those 3d printed lowers snap off the end of the buffer
tube. granted the polymer lower would be stronger,i will stick with
Jesse Sisolack: Well if you are one of those strange people who like to have 10 variations
of a rifle so you can pick your favorite for the day, then the printer
makes more sense. I enjoy going into my armory and standing there thinking
to myself, do I want the shorter barrel AR today, or the longer, and then
do I want the fixed or telescoping stock...and which sight set do I want
for today? Kind of like a woman with shoes. We both have way more than we
will ever need, haha.
GunWebsites: this is the fourth one.. the file is good, not sure whats wrong
Jeremy Sciortino: does anybody know where or if i could possibly get a hold of a company that
makes 80% polymer lowers for an ar. i know i can get aluminum but i think
polymer would be more of what im looking for. thanks in advance
Duke Silver: I built my first AR a few months ago using the ATI lower and I have
absolutely no complaints...It has worked flawlessly....I had to build my AR
on a very tight budget and $39.99 for the ATI was hard to turn down
C172Pilotdude: Did you see the new E3 Arms Omega15 lower yet?
josueguzman602: Where can I get one
rahliE05: Wouldn't use them on anything more than a .22
watashiwahjolan: Ok plum crazy are hard to find ATI come instock occasionally New Frontier
always on some website Current market Prices: Plum crazy $60-90 ATI $45-70
New Frontier $ 59-80 Frankly by look ATI's have a nice look and feel and
just feel strong. New Frontier feel like those thin legos you can bend and
flex. Plum crazy is strong like ati but can look rough... Availability get
nfa Quality get ati Or if you can find a plum crazy its tough So overall I
would choose to wait for an ati instock over nfa
William Dunne: New frontier is amazing! Bought one when the special was 99 dollars for a
complete lower, put it through hell and still works amazing
Jonny Walker 447: i just got done watching the "3d printed guns" craps crazy. and then this
pops up the next day.
KelvinSmoke: had to watch before it was private again
walperstyle: People are all concerned about these 3d printing, but really, every city
has several machine shops that could do a better job. Plastics and polymers
are going to eventually get there in everyones house, but its costly. Spend
$5000 for a 3d printer to make a $50 part, vs go to a machine shop, make a
friend and build it out of good material for $800. I know we all want to
avoid the serial numbers, but be wary,Don't be one of those nutsif you do
go this route. You ruin it for everyone else.
bulbinking: Can't wait for printed parts to become mainstream. Can you imagine buying a
lower for less then 200 bucks?
DobermansRock: I have never used one but I guess if you just shooting on a bench they are
no problem. Probably be fine for most low impact range work. What I am
guessing is where the buffer tube screws on could break easily. So you
would'nt want to go and try to butt stroke someone with one. If you did you
better make it count the first time and have a backup weapon. I vote for
the ATI. Both would be great for a .22 though.
TheRifle308: So, after these first impressions, how would you say these lowers compare
to the Plum Crazy plastic lowers?
URBAN AMERICAN TACTICOOL: The video was distorted due to his time traveling. He always does that.
TingTongMahk: Very happy with my NFA lower, which came completely assembled and ready to
emberoze: darn caboki porn music .D
nineonmychest: Was made with 3d printer
wrksnfx: Have you ever seen Plumbcrazy's lower? If you have which would you prefer?
Hair Do: Thanks for the tip. I do know it's hard to earn money. But it is much better than working minimum wage at mcdonolds. Being an hair stylist does get tips and I end up making decent money. Plus it allows me to be creative sometimes and make customer's dream come to reality.
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