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    Matrix Aerospace Receivers

    Hi, I am new to the website and I have a question about upper and lower receivers that I have seen for sale. The manufacturer is Matrix Aerospace, I have never heard of them and was wondering if anyone here has had any experience with this brand.

    Thank you for your assistance.

    Sandy

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    It would help if yo can post a link to the receivers and the specs.
    'Evil Minds That Plot Destruction'

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    I'm not sure how to post a link, saw them on Gunbroker, just searched AR 15 upper receiver, and there was a auction for them.

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=334860274

    see if this works!

    Thanks

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    This is interesting. New manufacturer?

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    Just googling the name I found their site
    http://www.matrixaero.com/index.asp

    According to their site they're a defense contractor whose clients are:
    Lockheed Martin
    Raytheon
    Barnes Aerospace
    General Electric
    Terydyne
    BAE Systems

    Not much of a website, nor is there any mention of making AR parts.

    I'd say why dont you buy one and give us a nice write up about it but at $270 for an upper lower...that's an expensive risk. Machining wise, if they can make an anti mine torpedo for Raytheon they can probably make an AR upper and lower to spec. But since there is no info on their site about it...we're just left guessing.

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    That's kinda where I was at, if it was a smoking deal it might be worth taking a risk, but that's not the case. I also looked at their website and didn't see any mention of AR parts, so thought maybe someone here had more info on them.

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    It looks good but I agree.... Drop that price to around $200 and we might have some takers.

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