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Thread: NEA AR15 Upper SALE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steers View Post
    It doesn't come with a BCG anyways

    For some reason I thought it was a complete upper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steers View Post
    Still holding out hope for a matching Cold War grey upper? To match the FDE and burnt bronze uppers and lowers I picked up off you guys
    Hey Steers,

    I gave up on holding out for a Cold War Grey upper and just ordered an 18" .223 upper in black. I will either cerakote the upper in Cold War Grey, or cerakote the lower over to black, depending on which I like better.

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    Thanks. I just bought three now I got two more picked up one of each colour now! They owe you some commission. Great price on those lowers!! Built two of them last week and they ran great

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    Any stripped uppers?

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    ... I asked after an 18" when I ordered last time and was advised you were out, taking a 14 instead :/
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    Something I'm unfamiliar with regarding AR uppers and lowers - so please, someone help me here (and to some it's likely a dumb question).

    I'm considering purchasing a 7.62x39 upper for my NEA-15 (a complete rifle with 5.56 upper).
    Obviously, the magazine well is 5.56 and accepts AR-15 magazines.

    Am I mistaken in the belief that I can load AR-15 mags with 7.62x39 and they will function with the new 7.62x39 upper?
    Or does the 7.62x39 upper also require purchasing new magazines?

    All the reading I've done with regards to AR-15s and I can't recall a clear explanation on this ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nbhms View Post
    Any stripped uppers?
    I just posted them. $134.95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemist View Post
    I just posted them. $134.95.
    Do they have M4 feed ramps? Description doesn't say . . . .

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbhms View Post
    Do they have M4 feed ramps? Description doesn't say . . . .

    Thanks
    Yes they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MountedMadness View Post
    Something I'm unfamiliar with regarding AR uppers and lowers - so please, someone help me here (and to some it's likely a dumb question).

    I'm considering purchasing a 7.62x39 upper for my NEA-15 (a complete rifle with 5.56 upper).
    Obviously, the magazine well is 5.56 and accepts AR-15 magazines.

    Am I mistaken in the belief that I can load AR-15 mags with 7.62x39 and they will function with the new 7.62x39 upper?
    Or does the 7.62x39 upper also require purchasing new magazines?

    All the reading I've done with regards to AR-15s and I can't recall a clear explanation on this ...

    You need to buy x39 mags. You can get the 10rd XCR pistol mags in it too
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