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Old July 30th, 2011, 07:53 PM #1
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Young Manufacturing/AR Pistol

Thinking about building an AR pistol with one of my lowers from the April group buy. I have done some searching and it seems to be legal since it is a "virgin" receiver. Please correct me if i am wrong. Has anyone heard of Young Manufacturing or used any of their products? I came across their website and found what looks to be a decent deal on a complete pistol upper. Here is the link
http://www.youngmanufacturing.net/pr...hp?pid134.html
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Looks cool. they don't give much of a description.
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Old July 30th, 2011, 09:11 PM #3
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Legal as long as you are 21 or older, in general. Don't know about Young.
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Young Mfg is good to go. I have a couple of their BCGs.
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Old July 30th, 2011, 10:49 PM #5
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It looked like a good deal. I've also looked at M1S uppers as well. Looking on AR15.com, it seems a lot of people have had good results with those.

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It looked like a good deal. I've also looked at M1S uppers as well. Looking on AR15.com, it seems a lot of people have had good results with those.
Both my M1S uppers were great. They did have the CC database hacked a while ago and DID NOT inform their customers, that pissed me off... overall though M1S does a decent job. My M1S 7.5" SBR runs like a clock.
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Thinking about building an AR pistol with one of my lowers from the April group buy. I have done some searching and it seems to be legal since it is a "virgin" receiver. Please correct me if i am wrong. Has anyone heard of Young Manufacturing or used any of their products? I came across their website and found what looks to be a decent deal on a complete pistol upper. Here is the link
http://www.youngmanufacturing.net/pr...hp?pid134.html
Check your forms and see what the dealer checked for firearm type.
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I've looked at the forms and all I can find is that they wrote receiver down as the type of firearm. I can't find anywhere else that says it's a pistol or rifle. As for the upper, both options i mentions looked nice. I think i might go with the M1S considering all the positive feedback and the options they give you for the initial purchase.
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