Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Cannondale, Nov 6, 2008.
I just bought one of their ultimate kits and a broken shell extractor for my AR.
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Are you including LPKs in this?
If so, I have a DPMS LPK and it's worked great so far.
The kit is basically all the springs minus the recoil spring, pins, a firing pin, extractor, etc. It's all wear parts, I thought it was nice to buy them all together instead of separately. I have plenty of parts for my mosin and figured having some spare AR parts wouldn't be a bad idea. I have a factory built S&W and I haven't replaced any parts yet, I just wondered if the general consensus on DPMS would be positive.
A DPMS LPK is fine. Now, we all know it's uber-1337 shit, but it does what it's supposed to do.
I have bought and used two DPMS parts kits in the last 6 months, as the siren call of $49 LPKs was just too much to resist. Their triggers have a ridiculously long creep that gives Glock triggers a good name.
If you call pete at legal-transfers, he'll sell you a RRA LPK below MAP.
i like the bushy lpk in my ar
Mine has very very little creep...
I have one and the trigger pin keeps walking out on me.
You just hate Minnesotans.
DPMS LPK in my rifle has a really good single-stage trigger. ~2-3mm of travel, no creep, steady pull.
Perhaps they've changed suppliers/designs for the worse?
He just bought a bunch of NDS receivers
Negligent Discharge S? receivers?
NoDak Spud. They used to be in ND but moved to MN
Oh, for shooting potatoes through neighbor's garages.
7.62x39 and 5.45x39 potatoes to be specific
nice epic, Homer.