Wilson Combat Forged AR-15 Lower With Integral Enhanced Trigger Guard

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New from Wilson combat is a forged AR-15 lower receiver with an integral trigger guard. At $239.95 it is not cheap (but nothing with the Wilson brand ever is).

Our superb forged lower AR receivers are CNC machined to tighter than mil-spec tolerances, with critical contact points held to +/- .0005 and are an ideal base for your next custom AR build.

Mil-Spec, black anodized finish. “Multi” caliber marked. Unique Integral Trigger Guard has been incorporated into the forging die for a comfortable grip with or without gloves and strengthens the receiver over a traditional lower.

* CNC machined to tighter than mil-spec tolerances from USA sourced 7075-T6 forgings.
* Will accept all mil-spec parts.
* Multi caliber markings.
* Integral trigger guard is ideal for comfortable, gloved use.

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  • Geo

    In a nutshell, it’s a M&P sporter lower, with multi caliber markings.

  • RocketScientist

    hahahahahah, $240 for a stripped lower?!??! hahahahah

  • Havok

    See that little Keyhole mark on the back of the Trigger Guard? Yep, same damn thing as a S&W M&P. Wilson Combat needs to pull their heads out of their collective you know whats. That tighter than mil-spec claim only appeals to buyers who have no clue what they are doing.

  • Terminal_Ballistics

    The keyhole marking is put in place by the forging house (in this case Cerro Fabricated). It tells you nothing about the quality of the machining done to the forging, and is probably where the similarity with the M&P Sporter end.

  • Lee

    Just wondering what is so special about the +/-.0005 tolerance they are claiming? If anyone can give me an answer I’d appreciate it. I work in the oil and natural gas industry and we hit +.000 / -.0003 tolerances all day long. If Wilson is shooting for an overall tolerance of .001, what is all the other manufacturings tolerances?

    • Terminal_Ballistics

      Depending on what features the tolerance is on, it could be held substantially tighter than “mil-spec”. Maybe more consistent feel with the fire control group, receiver to receiver, but little else. The tightest tolerances on the AR platform are not on the lower receiver, and I’m sure not all parts in the oil industry are held to an overall .00015 for most features.