------ Razor receivers - any good?

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shooter04

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Has anyone experience with the build quality of razor receivers made by select fire LCC?
 

BlkHawk73

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For the price, why not simply buy another completed receiver and not have the additional work needed for those. Mess it up and you have a $120 paperweight. Plenty of affordable receivers made.
 

Hylander

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BlkHawk73":aabqarwt said:
For the price, why not simply buy another completed receiver and not have the additional work needed for those. Mess it up and you have a $120 paperweight. Plenty of affordable receivers made.

No fun in that.
And here in Calif. you can't just buy a receiver.
Building your own Firearm is much more satisfying than buying something someone else built.
 

BlkHawk73

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Hylander":iv6f32jj said:
BlkHawk73":iv6f32jj said:
For the price, why not simply buy another completed receiver and not have the additional work needed for those. Mess it up and you have a $120 paperweight. Plenty of affordable receivers made.

No fun in that.
And here in Calif. you can't just buy a receiver.
Building your own Firearm is much more satisfying than buying something someone else built.

In this case "building" involves drilling a few holes. If one wanted a satisfying project, why not do ALL the machining? :wink:

I'll stick to factory and/or the finished ones.
 

Hylander

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BlkHawk73":2xb5kyvw said:
Hylander":2xb5kyvw said:
BlkHawk73":2xb5kyvw said:
For the price, why not simply buy another completed receiver and not have the additional work needed for those. Mess it up and you have a $120 paperweight. Plenty of affordable receivers made.

No fun in that.
And here in Calif. you can't just buy a receiver.
Building your own Firearm is much more satisfying than buying something someone else built.

In this case "building" involves drilling a few holes. If one wanted a satisfying project, why not do ALL the machining? :wink:

I'll stick to factory and/or the finished ones.

I wish had the Equipment for it 8)
I am in the process of looking for a Mini-Lathe right now :)
 

CraigC

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I have the equipment to precisely mill the necessary holes but I really don't see the purpose of it. Probably ease of manufacture on the part of Select-Fire. I have had wonderful results with the NDS-22 from Nodak Spud. They're $130 shipped and all you have to do is put it together. They have three finishes available, their own proprietary rear sight as well as a 20MOA scope mount. The receiver is flat-topped to utilize Marlin 336 bases with beefier 8x40 screws. Mine, with a Clark barrel and Bushnell Elite 10x, shoots into ¾"@100yds with Wolf MT.

http://www.nodakspud.com/NDS-22.htm

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