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    ATI Omni Hybrid P3P 5.56NATO 16inch in stock

    ATI Omni Hybrid P3P 5.56NATO 16″ in stock light weight polymer reciever. Upgraded Jerry Miculek trigger group. Very affordable price.

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    I was checking these out at Taccom.
    Order in coming! Thanks G4C

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    When will you have the short barrel version and will assembled uppers be available separately?

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    checked these pout at taccom, i was surprised how solid they felt, when the guy said polymer upper and lower i kind of cringed but they felt great in hand, i don't know how they would hold up against aluminum ARs long term but that price is a great and its within most peoples reach so those guys on the fence about taking their first step into the AR world this is a great option and you get something with a free float handguard a little more modern look than many of the m4 style entry level rifles
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    Reviews seem to be pretty favourable on these. Regardless of reliability/dependability, for your casual shooter and this price point it’s definitely appealing. Bring in an SBR version and I’m in for one!

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    I want to build a super lightweight SBR and I'm thinking one of these uppers is the way to go.

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    Any more of these coming?

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    Any chance of seeing stripped uppers? I’ve got another .22 build that need an upper
    It's not that I'm new to this....I'm just an idiot...

    Once Proud member of the NFA.now disgruntled and disillusioned and confused.

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