Same as the lower.....Colt
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Very often people pay premium prices for what they consider to be premium made ARs. Sometimes these are coming from other manufacturers and get stamped with the name of a vendor that did not make that item. Here is some information on AR uppers and also a little for AR lowers.
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Same as the lower.....Colt
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Don't know, don't care. I don't build or modify ARs. I have an ArmaLite AR-10, an ArmaLite M-15 Target, a Colt LE6920, a Stag Arms, and a Windham Weaponry.
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A milspec upper/lower is a milspec upper/lower.
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Since I've had it apart and back together a few times, I guess I did.
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I built my own. Doesn't make sense to pay someone else to do something one can do themselves! It's easy, it's fun, and it's educational!
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Frankenstein built mine--for the Mongoose, that is. Aero Precision supplied the receiver. Armalite made the one for the 5.56. Few manufacturers, many assemblers.
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The (4) I currently have are all factory models with matching upper & lowers and not "builds". 1. Bushmaster (made in Windham, ME) 2. Stag Arms 3. Smith & Wesson M&P 4. PSA Premium.
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I'll say Smith and Wesson for my S&W M&P 15 MOE, but I suppose someone else could have made it for them? Patriot Ordnance Factory for POF Revolution in .308.
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I made a great many mine. Now I'm not a name brand, but I haven't had a failure of anything in a very, very long time.
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Olympic Arms, during the evil gun ban around 2002. Used in service rifle competition, I'm pretty happy with it.
Built my own uppers, most often on a BCM receiver.
FN Herstal built my PSA barrel. The upper receiver has a raised A behind the brass deflector. I didn't see that on his list.