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https://palmettostatearmory.com/ar-15/barreled-upper-assemblies/premium-chf-uppers.htmlI went with a PSA stripped lower. I was going to go with a PSA upper as well, but like I said it was sold out because I took too long. Any recommendations on an upper? I was looking at the premium uppers. The CHF, double chromed lined, etc.
That’s a good choice. Like other members mentioned preassembled is a good way to go for someone new to this. Also the one you were going to pick that had the CHF barrel made by F&N is good stuff. Once you get your receiver it is pretty easy to assemble. Lots of good YouTube tutorials on it to help you out. I’m not picky on uppers. I think I got some stripped uppers from Primary Arms a month or two back. They were Anderson. They also had the upper parts kits. Was cheeper than most other places too. But then you would need to buy you the rest of the parts like barrel, bolt and carrier assembly, gas tube, barrel nut, hand guards, front sight gas block, Crush washer and muzzle attachment.I went with a PSA stripped lower. I was going to go with a PSA upper as well, but like I said it was sold out because I took too long. Any recommendations on an upper? I was looking at the premium uppers. The CHF, double chromed lined, etc.
Yep. A little goes a LONG wayIsn’t the recommended grease called Aeroshel or something like that?
I have some little tubes of it. Usually just a quick swipe with a qtip does the job
Ordered a matching PSA upper, not the premium CHF though. Waiting for it and the parts kit to be delivered.
Any recommendations on loc tite, anti seize, and grease?