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Old 12-21-2012, 03:43 AM   #1
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Hi. I just recently got all my parts from PSA in a timely manner; a LBK and a pencil profile stripped upper, both holiday deals. Merry Christmas to everyone here, BTW. I am not new to firearms, but not AR savvy in the least. The LBK is a stock, buffer tube, and a confusing bag of pins, springs and misc parts; no parts list, diagram, assembly sheet, nuttin. I was not expecting a detailed assembly instruction, but a parts list and exploded view would have been nice. How do I know I have all the necessary parts for assembling a functioning rifle? I know PSA has been swamped, and packing orders has been hit or miss lately. I am off to u-tube for a video search. Once again , thankyou all here for helping with my venture into the AR world. Current events not withstanding, I can now see many reasons for owning a fine rifle such as this. Best, tk



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Old 12-21-2012, 03:50 AM   #2
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Here are very good step by step instructions. doesn't require a lot of mechanical skill just patience and dexterity. We are here to help if you get jammed up...have fun.

http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_3_4/226782_.html

Oh yeah...you owe us some pics when you're finished.


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Glad you got your parts on time. And it's normal not to get any build instructions, it is expected that anyone who's putting together an AR knows what they're doing I guess!

JPyle's got you covered though.

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Here are very good step by step instructions. doesn't require a lot of mechanical skill just patience and dexterity. We are here to help if you get jammed up...have fun.

http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_3_4/226782_.html

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THANKYOU. I am not a dolt and build things for a living, lol. That pic is an excellent reference, as I spread out the bag o parts. I know, it is easy once u have done it. Best to you and yours, tk
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THANKYOU. I am not a dolt and build things for a living, lol. That pic is an excellent reference, as I spread out the bag o parts. I know, it is easy once u have done it. Best to you and yours, tk
Happy to help, just keep an eye on the takedown detent and spring...they have broken the will of many a man...


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