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Roosted Remains 20 Jan 2019
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AR 15 Project Lower Parts and Tools

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This is my first ever AR project and these are the parts and Tools I'm using for my lower reciever build.

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Budget_Gun_Cinema
Budget_Gun_Cinema 3 years ago

Howdy friend! Finally made my way over here lol! Subscribing to all my YT pals!

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Roosted Remains
Roosted Remains 3 years ago

Hey brother great to see you over here

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 3 years ago

Building ARs are addictive, once you do one it is hard to stop. I use taped up channel locks on the roll pins to squeeze them in instead of tapping them in with the punches. No matter how well I tape up the lower I always scratch it. Be very mindful of the detent and spring when installing the front takedown pin. It’s very easy to launch them into never - never land. My first one I did inside a big clear plastic bag as a friend suggested so I wouldn’t loose the detent. Good thing to because I launched it a couple times before for I got it in. Good luck.

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Roosted Remains
Roosted Remains 3 years ago

I'm going to buy a 1/4 clevis pin for that install next time. I launched the spring and detent TWICE! It went together relatively smooth update coming soon. Thanks NC

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 3 years ago

Glad to here

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TheRealCobraBurnout

That punch kit looks good. Big respect for getting/using Aeroshell!

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Roosted Remains
Roosted Remains 3 years ago

Thanks Cobra. The Areoshell was cheap enough and that little container will do prob 100 rifles . Much more than I need. If your going to do it DO IT RIGHT!

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TheRealCobraBurnout

@Roosted Films: Yes Sir. I grabbed a full tube a while back. I'll never use it all. lol.

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