I don't think I'm over the line with this...came across this today and figured it was worth sharing (yes, I bought one).

http://www.larue.com/larue-ultimate-ar-15-upper-kit 

Don't let the URL fool you - the kits are for the entire rifle except the lower receiver, ~$900 delivered in a boutique color, ~$800 delivered in plane black, your choice of 5.56, 6.5 Grendel, .300 BO...for an additional $200, they'll set it up for you.

It's an astoundingly good deal for mid quality AR components...except these are LaRue AR components.  Virtually an entire 2k+ rifle for less than half that.  

 

 

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Ohh Boy, check in on LF before turning in, end up spending almost a grand.  FDE 6.5 Grendel plus a shirt.

Seriously, thanks, I've been contemplating a 6.5 Grendel build.  I'd like another 2 inches on the rail, but I'll live.

I'm looking at the 6.5 Grendel myself.

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I have a Colt 6920 and a Beretta ARX-100 sitting at my dealer of choice.  I better not....I am looking....I shouldn't, what is wrong with me its a good deal.  Oh I have a meeting so I will think about it....what is my credit card number.

See it happens to me too. I really want the 12 inch upper but I am resisting for now. 

Resistance is futile, you will be assimilated.

 

Seriously, the hardest part for me is buying only one...I'm putting together a 6.8 upper as a load test mule for my dad...despite grabbing a DD barrel on sale from Brownell, if LT did a 6.8 I'd be two down for sure.  I might be anyway if I can find a use for the LT barrel separate from the rest...

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lpd5408 posted:

Thanks. Now I have to find something to sell so I can get one

How may kidney's do you have?

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Yup. Ordered mine yesterday.

One 14.5" in UDE inbound.

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Does anyone have hands on experience with these?  Mark sent a 6.5mm rifle to a well know Grendel fan, who is saying nice things about it. But, I'm interested in LFer's opinions.

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Well I ordered one in 6.5 Grendel black an unassembled. Hopefully that doesn't end up being a problem. I have plenty on good armorers near me and at the PD.

Now to get a couple mags and some ammunition. Thinking about getting some Hornady ELR and then use that brass to reload. So I guess I'll be getting some new dies, bullets, more primers and powder. 

LPD "People ask the difference between a leader and a boss. . . The leader works in the open, and the boss in covert. The leader leads, and the boss drives." - Theodore Roosevelt

I caved in...it was just too good a deal AND I did just come back from an all expense paid vacation.  I ordered one 18 inch 5.56 in UDE and one 18 inch 6.5 in plain old black (with UDE furniture) that will likely see a rattle can at some point.  1700 dollars in...and only another 200 dollars from having two complete rifles...the way I see it, that's 1900 dollars for two really solid rifles - that's a smoking deal.  

What blew my mind is that you can get 6.5 delivered for $.24 a round if you're willing to shoot Wolf...just something to consider.  

Now I need to buy more optics...

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Ordered on August 7th @ 22:30; arrived this afternoon, August 16th.  Packaged nicely, upon inspection everything seems flawlessly finished.  I am busy moving my daughter to college out of state, I hope to get this put together and some rounds downrage next week.

Thanks guys, that Grendel keeps looking better and better.  I'm hold off though until some one posts range sessions results. 

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I got 200 rounds of Hornady 123 gr AMAX (6.5 Grendel) that came in yesterday. Plan on reloading some after that. Question I have and may be more appropriate to ask somewhere else, but can I use my .223/5.56 mags? I have read yes, but have to download and read no I cant.

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lpd5408 posted:

I got 200 rounds of Hornady 123 gr AMAX (6.5 Grendel) that came in yesterday. Plan on reloading some after that. Question I have and may be more appropriate to ask somewhere else, but can I use my .223/5.56 mags? I have read yes, but have to download and read no I cant.

Everything thing I've read says to use 6.5 specific magazines.  Larue is selling Elanders, Alexander Arms has a couple different models as well.  Check the 6.5 Grendel Forum for real world user comments.  The Magazines were a major issue for the 6.5mm Grendel to start with, I believe that they have gotten past it, but I highly recommend you do your research to confirm or deny my comments.  

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Where are you finding loaded 123 gn A-Max?  I'd love to get my hands on some.  Although, to be fair, the Hornady Black 123 gn ELD-M is a smoking deal (assuming it shoots) at around $15 a box.  

I ordered a case of the cheapo WPA stuff to do a bargain brand shoot out between the 5.56 and 6.5 - because the 6.5 is actually cheaper to shoot (and about even for the match ammo).  

I am waiting on "good" ammo at the moment as well as mags...you can jam an empty 6.8 SPC mag (not sure on 5.56) in the rifle and enjoy it as a single shot - I did that to test function.  Everything is TIGHT, but it runs just fine.  I just mounted a Viper PST 5-25x50...which looks absolutely comical...but...if it's worth doing, it's worth over doing?  Honestly, the AR-15 is light and handy enough that it actually handles pretty decently offhand when dialed down to 5x...it just looks absolutely silly.  

I'm still waiting on the 5.56 kit...I am thinking about selling my 7mm Rem Mag just to poach the optic (a Viper PST Gen I in 4-16x50...so, still comical, just a little less so), heh.  I intend for this to be me GOTO 5.56 and will convert my existing DDM4V1 to 6.8 SPC (probably with a LaRue handguard...also on sale for $209 at the moment...).

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Got my ammo from SG Ammo, but looks like they are out. Haven't got the upper from LaRue yet.

LPD "People ask the difference between a leader and a boss. . . The leader works in the open, and the boss in covert. The leader leads, and the boss drives." - Theodore Roosevelt

Anyone else mic their upper (specifically the lugs that mate to the lower)?  Mine mic at .5005 for the front and .5010 for the rear.  

I checked after I realized I couldn't mate it with my DD lower... Which mics at .490.

No issues (other than a snug fit) with my Aero Precision lower.

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Sans Pants posted:

My apologies if this is improper subject matter, I have two set to be delivered tomorrow.  I feel like these deserve better than the Aero lowers I have used in the past. What do you recommend for stripped lowers? 

SMOS used to make the original Larue lowers.  They are sweet and not festooned with all sorts of garish logos:

https://www.smosarms.com/colle...?variant=36758272199       

This CMT lower is also very nice, also devoid of a lot of lettering and logos....plus it is ambi:

https://www.cmttac.com/AR-15-R...ceivers/UHP15SSA-SSA       

I was wondering the same thing of necessity...I tried two more lower receiver today, batting .500.  Aero fit (tightly) and test fired without issue.  Spykes fit (at LGS)...loosely even.  Daniel Defense and some other machine lower I cannot remember did not.  

$300 for a lower is...not inconsequential...not when I have no confidence it'll fit.

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I went with a matched set from CMT (I've got a project I can use the upper for), found the best price on Rainier Arms.  There's lots of people in the billet lower game...I'm not accustomed to spending more than a matched set for just the lower...but, hey...we'll see how it goes.  

Of note, LaRue is now offering AR-10 builders kits...@$1300 for the kit...Gnnnnn.....

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Just to check back in - the CMT lower mates up nicely and everything is working just fine now.  

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I just got back from a week of training and a week of vacation and my 6.5 Grendel kit was waiting for me. Have to work this weekend so it looks like Monday I get to build a freedom dispenser. 

I have an Archer Manafacturing lower that on initial inspection will work. Besides upsetting the fit and finish crowd is there and problems with a billet upper and a forged lower?

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lpd5408 posted:

I have an Archer Manafacturing lower that on initial inspection will work. Besides upsetting the fit and finish crowd is there and problems with a billet upper and a forged lower?

I don't think so, I used a Alexandria Pro-Fab lower on mine - nice and snug, almost too much so.

 

As long as the lower receiver mates to the upper and positions the internals properly, the process used to make it is a non-issue.  In theory, you can exchange forged and billet receivers of multiple makes without issue...in practice, of course, different specifications, tolerance stacking or different tolerances all together can create mischief.  There's a tremendous amount of standardization for AR-15s and it's pretty amazing...

Lets do this conversation with bolt guns for fun:

"So, what I want to do is take an McManners stock inletted for a Remington 700 action, throw a Sako action in it, and then mate that up with a Savage barrel, and a AICS magazine with Winchester M70 bottom metal and a CZ 550 trigger."  

Because that would work, right?   Yet many of us do the equivalent of that exact thing with our AR-15s and it works just fine because almost everyone builds key specifications to the same dimensions most of the time.

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Oh, different note, where's everyone getting their ammo?  You can scope Hornady Black pretty easily for around 17-18 bucks a box, and that seems to shoot well.  However, I don't see too much else for factory offerings, save SST and WPA....unless you go somewhere boutique (a la Precision Firearms).

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ELD-M @ 100m
1st Group, 2nd Session (3rd overall), shots 33-35

That's what my first, third, and fifth groups looked like.  Groups two and four were an inch each.  This is definitely shooter limited performance right now - I suspect .5-.75 is roughly what the rifle would do with someone more competent behind it.  Every group so far has been 2+1.  My Chrono data for the ELD-M got eaten, so I need to re shoot that...might do a couple five inch groups and try not to muck it up.

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DJL2 posted:

Oh, different note, where's everyone getting their ammo?  You can scope Hornady Black pretty easily for around 17-18 bucks a box, and that seems to shoot well.  However, I don't see too much else for factory offerings, save SST and WPA....unless you go somewhere boutique (a la Precision Firearms).

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I was just running over here to post that lowers were AVAILABLE!!.  But, Sans Pants got here first.  I guess you can run faster on the internet without pants.

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I was going to post this too, but I wanted to get my order in first.

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I keep trying to order my lower...getting an error...must. get. lower.  It'll complete my super cool color scheme where none of the colors match at all...heh.

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So I ordered mine and a case of Horandy Black from targetsportusa (200rnd/$185, free shipping).  Now to wait. 

Has anyone tried one of these with an A5 extension?

 

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DJL2 posted:

I keep trying to order my lower...getting an error...must. get. lower.  It'll complete my super cool color scheme where none of the colors match at all...heh.

Call them?  That is what I did, talked with an actual LaRue and placed my order.

I'm kind of upset at DJL2 for originally bringing this sale to our attention.  Thanks to his efforts I'm out 1200.00 and still have to buy a scope, not to mention getting a sufficient supply of 6.5G brass by converting factory ammo to brass, then getting the RL550 set up to load 6.5.

I'm in pain here. 

"I keep trying to order my lower...getting an error...must. get. lower.  It'll complete my super cool color scheme where none of the colors match at all...heh."
Make sure you are not logged in when you add it to the cart - log in after and you should have no problems.

DJL2 posted:

I keep trying to order my lower...getting an error...must. get. lower.

I had the same. I ended up having to call them. Super easy and fast, and I got better instructions on proceeding since my FFL wasn't on file.

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I did manage to get it ordered...still not exactly sure what the technical difficulties were. 

FFL holders go one of two ways:

1. Here, take a copy in case you need something transferred

2. Have them get in touch with us, you cannot have a copy under any circumstances

Sadly, all my local options are option 2.  I think the folks at LaRue might be more user friendly, so I'll make a call to them when I get a chance to address that side of it. 

If it makes you guys feel better, my ~$1000 LaRue rifle has, to date, cost me about $2500-3000 bucks.  I guess it's a good thing I just came back from one of those fun, sandy vacations the government sends me on occasionally. 

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Kinda wish I hadn't seen this thread.  Now I'm out a grand  This on the same day I found a new X300U-B for $189.  There goes my disposable income for the quarter...

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I did some pricing for .308 builds and the LaRue is cheaper than buying the parts from Noveske.

Honestly, I'd like to see some weights and dimensions.

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Put my .308 upper kit together today. Still awaiting lower ordered 9/15/17. 

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I'm fairly certain they got the every single upper kit's worth of order volume in about 24 hours...might take them a minute to catch up...

 

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Called LaRue today to check on my lower.  I was concerned because my order was still marked 'Compliance Call Julie.'  The guy I got a hold of told me that Julie had gone for the day (it was 4:45 Texas time). 

He told me that she had a huge stack of FFL facs on her desk to work through and that what was time consuming was that many of them didn't reference the order# or even person that the FFL was providing the  info for.

After I checked I realized that the instructions weren't very clear:

Please have Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx email a copy of their FFL over to juli@larue.com, or 512-528-9445
Please find your PDF invoice attached below.

Maybe I was lucky that Andy, my LGS guy, asked me 'Dan, you spell your last name Lehr, right?'  I'm hoping that he did indeed put that info on there, because many apparently don't.

So if your account still shows 'Compliance Call Julie' you might call and give them a heads up on what FFL is going to do the transfer for you.

 

 




I did some follow-up with my LGS - I'm confident they'll get it sorted.  I'm waiting on some backordered ammo right now, so I've a little time.  It shoots just fine with the CMT lower anyway...might just leave it and hang onto the lower.

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My 6.5mm Grendel upper is now inbound.

According to the website, they ship with a carbine weight buffer.  Is that true?  Do they function well with it?  I am considering getting a vltor or BCM A5 extension to go with it but I cannot find anyone who has used an a5 with a larue upper. 

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My 6.5 Grendel has a carbine buffer.   Works fine.  I really enjoy shooting this rifle.  Sub MOA easy.  Rounds 4-6 on my sighting in target clover leafed at 100.  Dinging metal at 200 results in a black smear in the middle of the plate to paint after 5 or 6 rounds.  Did I mention I like shooting this thing?

Hopefully they'll get my lower shipped soon.

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Is this any cause for concern?  The blue/grey area between the rails is also on the right and left side of the upper.  It acts like oxidization.  Oil and a shop towel will remove it but it turns the towel the same bluish color.  Did anyone else get an upper like this?  I don't care what it looks like, but if it's a bad anodizing job I'm mildly concerned about it.

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DLehr posted:

My 6.5 Grendel has a carbine buffer.   Works fine.  I really enjoy shooting this rifle.  Sub MOA easy.  Rounds 4-6 on my sighting in target clover leafed at 100.  Dinging metal at 200 results in a black smear in the middle of the plate to paint after 5 or 6 rounds.  Did I mention I like shooting this thing?

Hopefully they'll get my lower shipped soon.

thanks for that info, I thought carbine was light, but now I realize that Larue knows what they are doing and I should just use what they send.  I had a wacky Idea about swapping back and forth between a 6.5mm and 5.56mm upper with no buffer change.

FYI My brother is waiting on a Larue lower as well.  He called them the other day and got told they were waiting for a new batch to come in.  Apparently, a lot of people jumped on the lower offer. 

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I've not received my lower.

As to the discoloration...I didn't notice anything like that on mine.  However, in honor of Pat, it got rattle canned with Aervoe shortly after assembly.

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No lower for me yet.

I sent an email a couple weeks ago. They asked for patience and stated they are getting them out the door as fast as they can.

For reference, I got mine in UDE.

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Mine came this weekend!

7.62 ultimate upper/lower, Trijicon Accupower 2.5-10x56, YHM LTA can I've had for a while

Not a bad setup for $3100 total... now I need to shoot it

 

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Well my lower arrived today and I swapped the MBT out of the receiver I had been using and installed it in the LaRue lower, also swapped the RE, stock and grip.

Very pleased with the o'all finish and color match (yeah, I know) also how solidly the upper and lower mesh together - no play whatsoever.

The lower receiver exchange shouldn't impact how it shoots, so color me happy with my complete LaRue in 6.5 Grendel.

My lower that was ordered on 9/19 finally arrived on 11/27.  Haven't built it yet, but even the FFL commented on the quality.  I'm sorely tempted to also get one in 6.5CM or .308, but I'm the po-lice and therefore poor.  These things are just such a bargain, relatively speaking.

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Still waiting on my UDE lower. Getting anxious about it...

Our new Governor is going to pass some serious gun legislation that may make it impossible for me to get it after mid January.

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Anybody see the suppressor sale price along with the upper kit?

 

I just called to confirm Julie received an updated copy of my LGS' FFL and Dan at Larue mentioned sub $400 308 Tranquilo.

 

I just got a SF Ryder 9mm and Sig 556 can out of ATF  purgatory, that's a screaming price to have another stamp

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Just got an email from LaRue Tactical about a new builders kit. The LaRue SUURG.

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I sure wish they would just get the lowers out the door instead of putting out new upper kits. It’s been over 3 months since I ordered and paid for my lower.

Has anyone gotten a UDE lower yet?

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High Exposure posted:

I sure wish they would just get the lowers out the door instead of putting out new upper kits. It’s been over 3 months since I ordered and paid for my lower.

Has anyone gotten a UDE lower yet?

Mine was FDE, IIRC it was right at three months.

DLehr posted:
High Exposure posted:

I sure wish they would just get the lowers out the door instead of putting out new upper kits. It’s been over 3 months since I ordered and paid for my lower.

Has anyone gotten a UDE lower yet?

Mine was FDE, IIRC it was right at three months.

FDE for me as well, sorry. Ordered 10/8, delivered 12/15. 

I ordered 9/12 and my CC was charged ~ 5 days later. I sent my FFL info while I was on the phone and verified 3 times they had it, it was correct, and they didn’t need anything else. I emailed them about 2 months out and got “Everything is in order, you just need patience” as a response.

Now that I think of it, I also never got my LaRue 2017 Christmas ornament this year....

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Joined: 03/08/2008     Location: Sandy Hook, NJ

I didnt get an ornament from LaRue either. We also didn't get a Christmas bonus from the city. Im waiting for my first jar of Jelly of the Month, the gift that keeps on giving the whole year.

LPD "People ask the difference between a leader and a boss. . . The leader works in the open, and the boss in covert. The leader leads, and the boss drives." - Theodore Roosevelt

Emailed LaRue last night. I just heard back from them. They said that some of the heavy lowers came back with UDE. They are still waiting on the lights.

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"Experienced cops don't have 'hunches'. They have superior observational and analytical skills which allow them to make the connection between otherwise innocuous facts, and take appropriate action to assess that perception."

~ Doug Mitchell

 

Life is Good!


Joined: 03/08/2008     Location: Sandy Hook, NJ

My UDE lower came today.

It’s very nice! Can’t wait to build it this weekend.

__________________________________
"Experienced cops don't have 'hunches'. They have superior observational and analytical skills which allow them to make the connection between otherwise innocuous facts, and take appropriate action to assess that perception."

~ Doug Mitchell

 

Life is Good!


Joined: 03/08/2008     Location: Sandy Hook, NJ

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