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Old 06-03-2012, 06:02 PM
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Does anybody know if carbon 15 lowers will accept uppers of a differnet manufacturer? Not sure if Carbon fiber is compatable with other upper receivers. Thanks
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Does your Carbon 15 lower receiver have push pins front and rear? If sosss, then your answer may be yes. Or does it have a push pin front and screw head rear? If sooss, then probably no. Can you kidnap some of your buddies AR15's and check? Or....call up Bushmaster and ask them. HB of CJ (old coot)
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thanks has two pins,, Will give a friends a try,, should have thought of that lol,, thanks again
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I meant to say a push pin rear and a screw head front. Did I have it backwards? Ignore that man behind the curtain. If you have push pins both front and rear, then most likely it will interchange with standard upper assemblies. From what I have heard, the carbon fiber lower is just dandy. HB of CJ (old coot) (hundreds of builds)
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mine had push pins front and rear. good gun, brass deflecter isnt built big enough, so lefty gets chewed up cheek bone.
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Yes, mine does , tight though.
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Found out about the brass deflector!!!!!
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MIne needed a little sanding to open it, but it didn't take long.
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