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Still in business?

I've tried to get on their web site over the past couple of weeks and it's offline.

Guess I'll look elsewhere.
 
Posts: 5059 | Registered: April 02, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Looks like a website upgrade. Not that I'm endorsing Anderson.




I'm Rick James.
 
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Originally posted by RHINOWSO:
Looks like a website upgrade. Not that I'm endorsing Anderson.


I've put together three AR's with anderson lowers and never had an issue. They all go bang when they're supposed to and are CHEAP


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Posts: 3505 | Location: SE PA | Registered: November 13, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Their number works. I called it and asked a technical question not to long ago. It looks to me that they are just updating their website.


I know that there isn't much love for Anderson manufacturering, but I have used both of their upper and lower receivers.

As a matter of fact my SBR is built on an Anderson manufacturering lower receiver.

The fit between the upper and lower receivers are as good or better than my other AR's.

The machining and finish on all of mine have been very good (even the blem upper receiver, which you can't find a blemish on).

I sure hope that they are around to make more good quality lowers for a great price. I don't want to call them cheap, because I don't see how a in spec., foraged 7075-T6 receiver that's finished well can be cheap/junk.

Plus I like that they are made in my home State, just up the road (about 75 miles) from me.

ARman
 
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Ive built quite a few with their lowers. Never had an issue.

Now AR57 brand is a different story. Their rear take down pins were off by a quarter inch.
 
Posts: 6317 | Location: Raymore, Missouri | Registered: June 24, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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They have been updating their website for more than two weeks.

Sounds like someone needs a new IT department.

I've used a lot of their LPK's. I polish them up and they work fine.
 
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Their lowers are pretty dirty with machining chips and burrs around the bolt catch ears but they clean up and assemble really well.The finish is very thin.I haven't had any issues in the four that I've assembled as long as you get them really clean before you begin assembly.


"The early bird may get the worm but the second mouse gets the cheese !"

 
Posts: 1220 | Location: Warner,N.H. | Registered: January 21, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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On a related topic, anyone know anything about the Anderson RF85 rifle? Their claim is that it never requires any lube. Ever. Not just a minimal lube, but no lube.






 
Posts: 12850 | Location: TEXAS | Registered: September 04, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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They sent out an email today saying their site was back up.
 
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