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Old 02-12-2008, 05:07 PM   #11
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Is this guide already posted or are we still waiting for it i think it would be awsome to build my owe thanks Anthony

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Old 03-16-2008, 03:56 PM   #12
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In the next few weeks I will be doing a series of build your own AR guides. The reasons for building your own are vast, and varied. Most people do so to save money as you do not pay the tax on a completed firearm. Some (myself included) do so to have a rifle built to suit their taste and needs, as well as the satisfaction of being able to say "I built that rifle". The first part of the guide will be on building the lower and will include detailed pics of each step of the process. The second part will be on building a stripped upper.

This thread will be for discussion of the topic as well as questions related to building your own AR. The guide thread willl be locked to keep it free of clutter.
Can't wait lets Get Er Done, AR"S forever....
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Old 03-17-2008, 03:42 AM   #13
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I am intertested in building an AR...lookin forward to reading the guides
keep us posted on where we can find your guides... on this tread..or a new one?

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In the next few weeks I will be doing a series of build your own AR guides. The reasons for building your own are vast, and varied. Most people do so to save money as you do not pay the tax on a completed firearm. Some (myself included) do so to have a rifle built to suit their taste and needs, as well as the satisfaction of being able to say "I built that rifle". The first part of the guide will be on building the lower and will include detailed pics of each step of the process. The second part will be on building a stripped upper.

This thread will be for discussion of the topic as well as questions related to building your own AR. The guide thread willl be locked to keep it free of clutter.
Please show us the way, cant wait, have always been interested in building an AR thanks much. Mike
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Please show us the way, cant wait, have always been interested in building an AR thanks much. Mike
OK Lets GO GO GO,. Cant wait for an AR build up, hey .22 to 50BMG what a rush. Show us the way..... Mike.
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Come on Brass Monkey lets get er done . Mike

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Old 03-18-2008, 11:02 PM   #17
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Awright, I've had it with this.

Here is a general manual on the care and feeding of your AR.

Who has instructions on how to build an upper, including gas tube assembly and BCG? Who can show how to assemble a trigger group?

(If you can't figure out how to fit an upper to a lower, you probably should not be around firearms in the first place. So it's probably OK if we leave that part out.)

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Old 03-18-2008, 11:07 PM   #18
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Default Any one maybe answer?/ AR-15 ?? sell $$??

Any one out there can tell me How much my M$ bushmaster ar-15 .223cal 16"brrl, clapsable stock, w-scope. flash-light,and lazer cite worth? its in great cond. BLK. around 700-800 rounds completely shot through, clean.

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http://www.ar15.com/content/index.html#guides

This sight has so much info it can be a little hard to find. Here are the basics.
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Old 04-23-2008, 11:46 AM   #20
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I actually used this over the AR15.com thread. It was easier to print and reference:

http://www.ar15plus.com/noc/shop/Products_category.asp?CategoryID=75

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