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Hello,

I am on a waiting list to have a Vector V51 SBR built. I was looking on there web page and they show Navy lowers and SEF lowers? What is the difference between these 2 and what is the best direction to go! Any advice would be appreciated.

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its mostly going to depend on what fits your needs you better. most of the sef and 'navy' shape use the same actual trigger pack, and you can change the pack between them. standard sef style has the finger grooves, navy style is more straight and a little thinner. standard sef style fits larger hands and is my preferred grip.

standard sef (sometimes labeled 0/1/25, or 0/1/30)


navy style sef (also sometimes labeled 0/1/20, or some 0/1/30)


unless you are talking about the ambi pack, then you are able to change between the fbi safe/semi and the burst packs.

ambi pack, similar in shape to other navy pack, but different internals.


the ambi pack style has a larger diameter hole where the selector goes thru as well.

sorry to gordon miller for stealing his pics, but he has all of them and makes for very easy reference.
 
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