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Discussion in 'Firearms Chat' started by Catt57, Feb 3, 2021.
Just didn't want uncle Alphabet knocking at my door.
Here's a short video explaining the difference.
I've owned a few of the PSA uppers, all midlength, and they are a little over gassed.
I'm sure they do that to add reliability for those using low powered ammo.
It's not a huge deal. Although it's not a perfect fix, I just run a heavier (H3) buffer in them.
What @O4L said. ^^^^^
Ok. Another curious question.
Forged parts are usually considered stronger than billet parts. So why are billet lowers 2x the $ (or more) of forged lowers?
Maybe this will help explain it.
https://www.80-lower.com/80-lower-b... that a forged,allowed by the forging process.
So if I read that right. From a metallurgy perspective, forged is best and billet is just more expensive.
Interesting. Thanks for the heads up.
(I sound like a Fudd yelling at clouds when I tell people life was simpler in my day, nothing but rifle length gas with 20 inch barrels and only brass case, U.S. made ammo with 55 grain bullets.)
Here's another article that is part of a series.
Early M-16 issue in 1:14 twist that tumbled bullets?