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Posted: 5/27/2003 10:14:20 PM EDT
Anyone ever heard of this company? Are they any food?

Link Posted: 5/28/2003 2:59:42 AM EDT
[url=http://www.lrbarms.com/pages/3/index.htm]LRB of LONG ISLAND, INC.[/url] looks like they have some interesting items. I liked the semi-auto M-3 Grease gun. The logo on the side of the AR Lower looks like the logo from [url=http://www.springfieldarmory.com/index.shtml]Springfield Armory[/url]. I didn't see any food on their site though??
Link Posted: 5/28/2003 8:56:49 PM EDT
hmm, I MEANT good, not food. sheesh, call it fat finger syndrome..... check the time I posted it, should have been asleep.
Link Posted: 5/29/2003 12:44:05 AM EDT
Mike i live about 2 Miles from LRB, LRB is a one man Company, The Gentleman who owns the Company is more a Afficianado of fine Arms, He is an upstanding Man and a fine person to do business with. He has his own line of AR lowers too , they are Made by CMT of Connecticut Just like the other 95% of lowers on the Market, also LRB is bringing out a line of M14 receivers that are Forged not Cast like the ones on the Market.
Link Posted: 5/29/2003 12:33:28 PM EDT
I built my M4gery on LRB lower. The RRA lower parts kit installed without a hitch and the RRA upper fits perfectly. I can push out the take down pins by hand but there is absolutely no movement between upper and lower. The color match is good when the lower is oiled, not quite as black as RRA and apparent only on very close inspection. My lower says it was machined by JV Precision Machine Co of Seymour Conn. Lou of LRB Arms is a good guy to deal with.
Link Posted: 6/3/2003 6:16:15 AM EDT
Ive been in Lou's shop multiple times since he got the m1 recievers and the ar recievers. They look great but arent the blackest lowers around. The reaming on the inside of the lower was exactly the same as bushmaster.
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