Ruger AR-556 MPR 5.56mm Semi-Automatic Multi-Purpose Rifle
Ruger AR-556 5.56mm Optics-Ready Semi-Automatic Rifle
Smith & Wesson MP15 Sport II 5.56mm Flat Dark Earth (FDE) Rifle
Smith & Wesson MP15 Sport II 5.56mm Rifle with Caldwell Mag Charger and Duty Series Gun Case
Smith & Wesson MP15 Sport II 5.56mm Optics Ready Rifle with Caldwell Mag Charger and Duty Series Case
Ruger AR-556 5.56 NATO M4 Flat-Top Autoloading Rifle
Springfield Saint Victor 5.56mm Semi-Automatic Pistol with 7.5-Inch Barrel
Ruger AR-556 MPR 5.56mm Semi-Auto Rifle with Frazzled Brown Cerakote Finish
American Tactical Milsport 300 Blackout Optics Ready Semi-Automatic Rifle with MLOK Rail
Ruger AR-556 5.56mm with Leupold Freedom RDS
Ruger AR-556 5.56mm NATO Semi-Auto Rifle with Robins Egg Blue Cerakote Finish
Ruger AR-556 5.56mm with Vortex Strikefire II Red Dot
Magpul PMAG GEN M2 5.56mm 30-Round Black Magazine
Magpul PMAG GEN M3 5.56mm 30-Round Coyote Tan Magazine
Magpul PMAG 30AR/M4 Gen M3 5.56mm 30 Round Coyote Tan
Magpul PMAG GEN M2 5.56mm 30-Round Magazine with Window
Magpul PMAG 40 AR/M4 GEN M3 5.56mm 40-Round Magazine
Magpul PMAG D-60 5.56x45 NATO 60-Round Drum Magazine
Magpul PMAG GEN M3 5.56mm 30-Round Black Magazine with Window
Magpul PMAG GEN M3 5.56mm 20-Round Black Magazine
American Tactical 223/5.56 60-Round AR-15 Magazine
Okay Industries 5.56 MM AR15 30 Round Magazine
Mission First Tactical 223/5.56mm 30-Round AR-15 Magazine with Blue Line American Flag Finish
Mission First Tactical 223/5.56mm 30-Round AR-15 Magazine with Betsy Ross Flag Finish
AR-15-A3 lower receiver from Anderson Manufacturing made from 7075-T6 alum forging.
This was my first AR build, I wasn't interested in the AR for years. I handled the M16 years ago wasn't impressed even as the AR got more popular. Awhile back I was offered an AR complete upper in trade for a boat I had and took the deal. I still didn't plan on putting it together and thought I would give it to one of my sons.
Then one day my son sent me an ad for the Anderson stripped lower, so I decided to build it myself. I got the Anderson lower and parts kit and did it. It went together well and very precisely and I am very happy with the end product. I will buy more Anderson parts from here!!
This is not my first Anderson Stripped Lower I bought, but I loved my first ones so much when they want on sale I purchased more and am glad I did. All the ones I have purchased have worked perfectly and look great. In the future I will definitely purchase more. They have matched up perfectly when I tried the Lower after I completed it on my M&P, Ruger, Saint and FNH.
They fit perfectly and looked great attached to them. I really see no reason to purchase a more expense one because these work just as well. So far they have handled some heavy usage and I see no reason they can last a lifetime. If you need a stripped lower I would highly recommend these.
Rarely will I have holes that MIGHT require either some filing or a little bit of help with a hammer, but unless the holes are really off kilter, these just work fine and they will fit mil spec dimension uppers of all quality levels. You can put in a basic $20 trigger or a $500 match trigger. If you can get the paperwork approved, you can go fun switch, and run anything from 204 Ruger to Beowolf, to 300 Blackout, to 224 Val to 223 Wylde to 5,56 NATO to 6.5 Grendel, to 6.8 SPC to pistol caliber carbine builds to wildcat cartridges that will fit the bore and ejection port. 50 AE necked down to .223.
Give it a name! Have a barrel machined. Have a bolt machined & shoot it. Rarely do these lowers give me any problems. The AR was so boring I quit making them for a while. They are kind of like gun Lego. And this Lego quality. Its not like a cheap knock off. Its also not top tier, but it's just a lower. What you do with it makes it what it will become as a part of the final product..