Plum crazy lowers illegal?

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  • T2_Tactical

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    I spoke with Dan Malcolm, from Polymer 80 a few days ago. They had ceased sales due to EP Armory being raided by the BATFE. They are now selling again after clearance from the feds. I had a new shipment of P80's arrive along with a copy of the ATF letter allowing these sales. I would never recommend plum crazy of NFA, not because of any of this but because copying the forged specs and using poly is not a good idea.
    I was wondering what was going on with him.
     

    T2_Tactical

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    Not to my understanding. The reason why some polymer lower companies have had issues, is because certain areas need extra support when making the lower out of polymer. The rear buffer housing takes a lot of shock, as this is the failure point seen on many. That is why using the exact forged lower specs is not a good idea. A good polymer lower takes this into consideration and remolds the lower. Not to say polymer lowers aren't a good idea, I like them, I sell them, I support them, just some brands aren't worth a salt.
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    Isn't that similar to comments made about Glocks when they first came out? Seems polymer has become common in handguns now, though.
     

    Charlie

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    I spoke with Dan Malcolm, from Polymer 80 a few days ago. They had ceased sales due to EP Armory being raided by the BATFE. They are now selling again after clearance from the feds. I had a new shipment of P80's arrive along with a copy of the ATF letter allowing these sales. I would never recommend plum crazy of NFA, not because of any of this but because copying the forged specs and using poly is not a good idea.

    So ...................... you are selling these? How does one go about finding information on your web site? I went there and found nothing. Just saying........?
     
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