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    Question about KAC SR25 and LMT MWS lowers

    I had a couple questions I was hoping to get some help on.

    --Is the length of the receiver extension exactly the same for a stock KAC SR25 and LMT MWS lower?

    --If I put an SR25 upper (CC 16") on a stock LMT MWS lower, will it run fine, or would I need to change out the buffer and buffer spring in the MWS lower?

    Thanks
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    LMT and KAC are interchangeable.
    They are literally sisters.

    I dunno if the receiver extension is exactly the same but will work just fine

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    The receiver extensions are the same. Shouldn’t be any issues running a Knights upper on an LMT
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    Are both LMT/Knights Armalite pattern lowers?
    If so, wouldn’t they mate to an Armalite lower?
    Sorry for the dumb question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFree View Post
    Are both LMT/Knights Armalite pattern lowers?
    If so, wouldn’t they mate to an Armalite lower?
    Sorry for the dumb question...
    No. They only mate amongst themselves. It is not recommended to try.
    Notice how neither KAC nor LMT has a FA...

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    Thanks for the replies all. I thought I remember reading somewhere on here that the LMT MWS and KAC SR25 lowers come with different buffer weights (I think H3 vs H2). And I wasn't sure if there were differences in the default buffer springs either.
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