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If you want a Vortex Strikefire..I was needing a budget RDS for my wifes MP-22 anyway, the mags made the deal to sweet to pass up.




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They're evil I tell ya, pure evil.

Just added one of their pistol lowers with an SB brace yesterday and am looking at a lot of other offerings, including the one you picked off.

They definitely make it tough.


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Damn you PSA. Can't I be kept blissfully ignorant of your sales?



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Those PSA sale have gotten me several times lately. They throw a packaged deal up that I want on sale then only offer a few at the sweet sales price so then I'm stuck wanting the item and know from the way they do the sales items they trickle them out 3-4 at a time so you have to be committed to what you want then hit the saved link 3-4 times a day until they offer up a few more but its worth the work to get the savings on these packaged deals.
 
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Costs me $300 just to open there site... Damn. Gotta' delete their bookmark.

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I finally un-subscribed from their twice a day emails and have saved $$$. Cool


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out of stock now...what was the price I was saved by being late to the party?
 
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out of stock now...what was the price I was saved by being late to the party?


$179. It shows in stock for me?




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Twist, did they have a great deal on the lower and brace?




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My mouth hit the floor at the XD + x3 AR lowers + x1 9mm lower for $450. That's a stupid deal. If you just sold off the lowers... That makes the XD like $200.




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Twist, did they have a great deal on the lower and brace?


The assembled pistol lower was $129.99 shipped so not horrible. Brace was the normal pice at $125 (SB Tactical SOB), wasn't a package deal but kind of hard to beat $255 for a fairly decent lower half.

Now I'm fighting the urge to buy the damned complete 9" 300 Blackout upper for 259.99.


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thanks Twist. That is a nice deal. I would love to see a pix if you feel like it. Thx and congrats




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I'd jump all over that complete 300 upper if it was shorter
 
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Just put the StrikeFire on my DPMS Oracle. Works great!


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Trust me, Palmetto never ceased being at it.
 
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thanks Twist. That is a nice deal. I would love to see a pix if you feel like it. Thx and congrats


You got it.



That's my first PSA lower but doubt it'll be my last. As has been mentioned in other threads, seems to be a quality piece and should make for a nice build.


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Twist,Im curious,what keeps the brace in position?




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Nothing with the way I have it on there.

There is a hole in the back of the brace where you can permanently attach it with a set screw but I highly doubt I'll go that route, at least not before testing it out because it's very snug. It took a fair amount of effort to get it set to where I have it now which is slightly further onto the buffer than as shown in that picture.


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Nothing with the way I have it on there.

There is a hole in the back of the brace where you can permanently attach it with a set screw but I highly doubt I'll go that route, at least not before testing it out because it's very snug. It took a fair amount of effort to get it set to where I have it now which is slightly further onto the buffer than as shown in that picture.


Thank you. It is a good looking brace.




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Not a problem at all.


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