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    Quote Originally Posted by lsllc View Post
    And when it comes to forging, what evidence is there that there is a significant difference in that from one forge to the next?
    Thanks. You worded it better than I did, before I deleted the post. I've never read or heard of any, zilch, nada, info regarding any quality differences between different forgings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzman View Post
    Thanks. You worded it better than I did, before I deleted the post. I've never read or heard of any, zilch, nada, info regarding any quality differences between different forgings.
    Wait, you mean there isn't a forging company that has a big sign that says 'We make shiitty forgings for Anderson and PSA' just like the spring companies, and the bolt carrier companies? I'm shocked I tell you, shocked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lsllc View Post
    And when it comes to forging, what evidence is there that there is a significant difference in that from one forge to the next?


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    I'm not 'in the know' about this topic and really wish someone from the industry experience would chime in. From what I know both Colt, BCM, and Aero used multiple brand forgings. Aero primarily used to be Anchor Harvey, with a small percentage of Cerro Forge.

    My suspicion is that there is a very little difference, unless

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    Quote Originally Posted by alx01 View Post
    I'm not 'in the know' about this topic and really wish someone from the industry experience would chime in. From what I know both Colt, BCM, and Aero used multiple brand forgings. Aero primarily used to be Anchor Harvey, with a small percentage of Cerro Forge.

    My suspicion is that there is a very little difference, unless
    My suspicion is the same.


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    I really havenít seen that much difference from forgings, but I only have seen two different forging marks go through the line where I work.


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    Have you guys never seen bins of rejected receiver forgings? To the untrained eye, plenty of the rejects seem like they would machine fine, and there are certainly companies who are willing to purchase what other companies consider scrap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter22 View Post
    Who really cares who forges it?
    There's a great many things to be mindful of before you worry about forgings. Toe nail growth rate comes to mind....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    Have you guys never seen bins of rejected receiver forgings? To the untrained eye, plenty of the rejects seem like they would machine fine, and there are certainly companies who are willing to purchase what other companies consider scrap.
    Is there one forger who has a lot of rejects and sells mostly rejects? Or do all forgers have rejects?

    Either way, your notion supports the notion that the forger matters less than the machiner/manufacturer and their quality control, right?


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