Dana H: Maybe use it for its intended purpose. it was never designed for what you did. I would test it for its intended purposes.
dirty Mushroom - Holly Bubba: how about assembling it onto a rifle and see if if it withstands normal function
dirty Mushroom - Holly Bubba: just about anything can break if you put enough effort in
dirty Mushroom - Holly Bubba: what's the point of this type of torture test who plans on doing this with their rifles
Cory Bean: most beautiful thing I've seen in a while man. I definitely won't be going polymer anytime soon.
trever davis: glocks r plastic too. lol gun snobs
ben Thomas: you cant even see the serial number XD
Tony Lay: The same thing will happen with a metal one. I have seen several military M16s and M4 ran over in my 30 years in the Military. It is not a pretty sight. The New Omni lowers are also reinforced with metal at weak points and come with a lifetime warranty. I am sure the warranty does not cover running over them or burning them. Your torture test is the equivalent of running your truck off a 100 foot bridge and then saying it is bad because it crushed the truck!
ARAKBuilder: have you tried the same test with a forged aluminum lower?
SouthernCaliWOOD909: Your video saved me from buying the omni...I will spend the extra $100 on the smith and wesson m&p 15...
CHOOTER'S: Have you looked at updated omni lower? Just curious. Was considering a polymer lower, but after this video I'm running scared hahaha
Keith Whisman: I want a polymer upper. You can get a lower, magazine, stocks, and hand guards in polymer, when can I have my polymer upper?
Andrew Chaconas: I have an ATI omni hybrid carbine ive put about 3000 rounds trhough it with zero malfunctions
HRGiger88: Was this from when they first came out? I think they were strictly polymer at that point. I could be wrong but i think they upgraded it and it now has metal inserts to make it much stronger at those weak points. Does anyone know?
Paul Foster: Awesome video!
altops: I've had my Plum Crazy Lowers for 7 years with no complaints even the plastic trigger group still works just used last sat to shoot up a salvage car.
Edward M: Ever do this test , or similar , with an aluminum one ?
porrsmurfen: Wow, this dude is so cool for throwing that reciever at his car. Dents and scratches don't phase Pvt. Pyle here one bit!
108johnny: Just saved me from wasting my money- thanks for the video!
RElover22: Thanks for the video. I was concerned with the durability of one of these polymer lowers and you proved my concern was right.
Torture Test- ATI OMNI Polymer AR15 Lower5
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HeyPusa: nice item problem is they look stupid on the ears MrRcFanatik: Sure thing bro, I'll send you an email sometime soon, but please also check out my other videos on the boat (we're on part 16 now). The real hull is actually made from fiberglass, but I made a wooden hull first to act as a "plug" or a "mold". I used Masonite wood for my plug, but if you're making a wooden boat, I'd suggest a marine grade ply-wood. Cheers! :~) Dana H: Maybe use it for its intended purpose. it was never designed for what you did. I would test it for its intended purposes. Zero: muchas gracias me ayudaste tuve que esperar para la imagen iso pero no importa valio la pena gracias megusta y me suscribo El Rincon De Xikitina: no no me salieron :S Танкист В танке: нет Wi-Fi ток обычный инет(кабельный) mohammed osman jarnailzada: Price