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Forged Upper Receivers - Blem

Forged Upper Receivers - Blem


 
Our Price: $29.99

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Product Code: Z-0063
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We're on a dropping streak. Not many of these, but they're priced to move.

Various dings and dents. Most have been marked with a yellow paint marker that can be removed with a little acetone or alcohol.

P.S. Your mother told me to tell you to stay hydrated. She is worried that you're getting a little fat.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

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5 of 5 No Noticeable Blemishes April 11, 2020
Reviewer: J. Smith from Charlotte, NC United States  
perfect fit and finish with an Aero lower.

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5 of 5 /k/ buys an Upper February 18, 2020
Reviewer: Billy Bob Thorton from Henderson, NC United States  
Nice Anodizing job inside and out couldnt really see any blemishes.. Mine even came with a free tumbler rock wedged inside of it..ill cherish it forever..anyway as far as fit is concerned it is very tight at the rear lug. Tried it on 2 forged milspec lowers . On the lowers it came to within 1/16th of closing all the way.. Some may see this as a problem but i am actually glad because this means i can hand fit it to a lower. Just take a file and remove material as needed then recoat. The 1913 rail is a bit different than on my other uppers. The actual rail is in spec, the edge of the rail is straight while my others are scalloped a little if that makes sense. I mounted my aimpoint CompM2 (my grandpa used it in 'Nam) and it locked up solid so no issue. Overall I would say its a hell of a deal on an upper and it even has the ZROdelta logo engraved so you dont look like a total cheapass. However if you arent prepared to do minor handfitting of the rear lug I would say pass.

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1 of 5 Not just cosmetic blem February 7, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Seattle, WA United States  
The one I received looks fine, but a number of dimensions are just a little bit off:

-With the front takedown pin engaged, the rear lug is a few thousandths to the left where it goes into the lower (rubs a little)
-the pic rail shape is a little bit off (clamp something on it and you'll see the shape is a little weird)
-The ejection port hinge holes seem to be a little bit too far athwartships (if you're looking axially along the barrel)

Technically, yes, it works...but it's just not right and I have to keep fiddling with it for other parts to fit right.  I have two BCM "blem" uppers I never had an issue with.

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5 of 5 Quality product, must purchase January 23, 2020
Reviewer: Nick Killlen from Castlewood , VA United States  
I order this for an Aero precision lower an the machining fit perfect.  The tolerance on the upper is tighter than mil spec which I like bc it eliminates the play between the front an rear takedown pins when shooter is seeking precision accuracy.  Very pleased with the upper an highly recommend.

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2 of 5 Looks great but incorrect f/a and port door pin ho January 20, 2020
Reviewer: Darrin Raymond from Greenville , NC United States  
I bought this many months ago and it has sat for a while. Beautiful anodizing!  When I assembled however the forward assist pin hole is drilled about .5-1mm too far away from the center of the receiver creating a solid forward assist that was basically a solid piece when the pin is driven in. I had to file the groove of the forward assist (where the pin retains it in the upper) down about 1mm or so so it would freely work and spring back. Even then it still has some minor drag. Also, when putting on the port door 8t seems that the pin holes are just the slightes bit too far away from the receiver making the leg of the door spring engagement very minimal and a heavy jarring, like having to mortar the the rifle (or in my unnassembled case, whacking the thi g with a rubber mallet), and the leg slips past where it is supposed to engage (scratches the upper, too) and then there is no spring pressure for the port door and it just hangs and flops.

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