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Help with decision requested.......


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Guys, I am having a hard time deciding between getting a PSA or a Del-Ton 20" Government  kit to assemble.

My dilemma is this: my Dissy has a Del-Ton upper that functions flawlessly, but PSA has been getting great reviews lately on their products and the price difference is quite a bit for the same kit ingredients.....$510 Del-Ton  vs $380 PSA.


What would your call be if you were me?

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PSA it is THEN.

My son's upper is a PSA midlength 16" and works flawless when the rest of the rifles' lower is done correctly. I had a few baubles early on with function due to incorrect lower parts........if one is smart enough to fix those, it runs flawless.


Thanks for the votes of confidence,  as the price difference means alot.

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  • 4 months later...
16 hours ago, JF89 said:

So PSAs current stuff is ok?

Pretty broad question...

5.56 is.  IDK about the pistol caliber stuff, and the .308AR/Big Frame stuff has had issues for years, maybe it's different now.  The original stuff was junk.  The "Gen2" still had some serious recoil system issues.  Don't see many bitching about it lately - and that's what draws them here - so maybe PSA listened and actually DID something about it...

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