atnipjoe: for going to the range they are fine in combat no if you have to go prone
and use your but stock to brake your full you will bust your buffer tube
off on the other hand it only has to last long enough to find a new used
weapon ie never fired only dropped once
stoggy: turn it into fake poop. Scare your friends with it.
James Stinnette: Was thinking about buying one of these but you changed my mind. Thank you
for the video.
1quikz28: you're a freakin idiot
mark J: Thank you for making the video, someone had to do it. I'll probably get
haters on me for saying this, but I'm sticking with aircraft aluminum. IMO
the biggest tell was when you threw it at the Blazer and the buffer tube
Montanan Millionaire: Just for folks watching...it's not a proper technique to test a lower by
throwing it..It's not a spear, it's a firearm. How about for your next
video, you rip up and set a $100 bill on fire...? :)
Cmoth040: I bought one, all the pin holes are spec and everything else lines up just
fine. Will be building a plinker out of it. No complaints just realistic
Sevens: Seth Taylor, you're a moron if you think aluminum will stand being throw
around and against crap without warping and bending.
RockRiver8: Would a standard aluminum lower be able to withstand being run over by a
Chevy Blazer? I know an aluminum lower would not burn like that but I still
like the thought of manufacturers experimenting with polymer so as to make
weapons lighter & less expensive to manufacture. I remember how the Glock
was derided but my how things have changed. I can protect myself for 1/2
the price of a 1911 and field strip the Glock in 1/2 the time. Plus the
Glock will usually run reliably right outa the box.
ClarkTheShark: Not a valid test. if you are going to do something like this, use an
aluminum receiver and do the same tests. I think you may be surprised when
the aluminum yields just like the plastic.
I have both types - like the aluminum better. But polymer is a valid
Vincent Vendetti: Couldn't just do a standard run and gun with a few hundred rounds? Maybe
drop the whole build on the ground a few times and run it over with your
vehicle? Would that lower have broke like that fully built?
gungeek1992: I gotta say i prefer the standard aluminum lower but it can be that bad!
(unless you throw it in open flames) after all the SCAR has a poly lower
and I never hear anyone complain about that.
chipsanford: do that to a Glock
Myles Reed: what the freak is wrong with you, "hey i got an ATI OMNI Lower, lets freaking
light it on fire"
Jaime Rawlins: is it illegal to burn plastic? lol what a waste of $. but I thought it
Dee Garkie: put 100 rounds of 50 Beowulf through it and i will consider your test
xman577: my best friend and myself just built a couple Omni lowers. unfortunately we
have the same problem has some other people have had .holes don't line up
on the lower receiver. the rear take down are off center . we both have
paper weights. PS I'm going to get a hold of omni and see what their
warranty will do about this.
Shooter7point62: I wonder how an aluminum receiver fares...
Sevens: One of the dumbest "torture" tests I've watched. What the hell do you
expect to happen by throwing crap up against a hard surface and running it
over with a multiple thousand pound vehicle o.O
jessdigs: I have a few forged aluminum lowers, but my favorite lower is the Franklin
Armory Billet Aluminum Lower, it is machined from a solid block of
aluminum, and has a beefed up flared mag well, a factory machined in
enlarged trigger guard, and quick detach sling swivels near the buffer
tube, so you don't have to attach your single point sling on the buffer
tube plate. It is pretty nice.
lordbutz: da bears
Guntrician: LMAO! Plastic has no place in an AR lower no matter how you use it.
PrepperKip: Thanks for watching brother.
Rick Gollwitzer: can you do it with an aluminum
Aaron Sanders: I have had both ATI and NFA polymer lowers and the ATI broke while
installing the LPK and The NFA has seen hundreds of rounds and bumps and
bruises. I will never buy an ATI again.
Lawson11b: Temporary Solutions Polymer Lower... I would buy these and keep a few
around if they seemed stronger and cost a third as much. Having seen them
in person I know how chintzy they feel.
PrepperKip: Thanks bro
MadMetalManiac74: I got one of these but machined alum.
PrepperKip: LMAO,I like it
PrepperKip: Thanks bro
Bennett Turk: pollameer
jAs251000: Damn i have one of them i thought they would take a little more than that,
i guess nothing takes the place of the aluminium ones.
PrepperKip: Great point
PrepperKip: I thought it would at least make it until I got out the shotgun,lol
greenmxkid112: Paper weight
AlabamaPilgrim333: You get a like for beating the Chevrolet.
gunnwild1: That didn't take much abuse at all. I hope that not too many of these were
Specops1987: Lol! Fat redneck.. Figures.
fordrocks1986: Great video
PrepperKip: I shot them before and they worked just fine.I was just seeing the limits.
Deacon Blues: Do an equivalent test with an aluminum lower.
matt hickman: Hey, I got an idea! Place it in a paper bag, light it on fire, and set it
on your neighbors porch.
MadMetalManiac74: Should have tossed it in the freeway behind you lol.
NCshooter1213: Man that thing didn't take long at all to break. I figured it would take a
little more to break it than that. Kinda dissapointing being that I was
thinking about using one of these to finish my AR pistol build. After
seeing this I may just wait it out until I can find a " Real" lower at a
decent price. Thanks for the vid Brotha Kip!!
CrucibleArms: It ain't no lower no more.
PrepperKip: Thats what I herd from others.
Torture Test- ATI OMNI Polymer AR15 Lower3.7
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