DoubleStar Releases Oops! AR-15 Parts Kit

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posted on March 28, 2017
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Every AR-15 builder and tinkerer has been there. Whenever they wrestle with the tiny pieces of a built, a spring or detent goes flying off into a corner of the workshop, never to be seen again.

Fortunately, DoubleStar Corp. has AR builders covered with its new Oops! Replacement Kit, which contains all of the parts that are most commonly lost or worn-out on an AR-15. Simply keep this kit handy in a tool bench or range bag and ensure that an AR stays running, even after a misstep 

The kit includes four takedown detent springs, four takedown detents, two buffer detent springs, two buffer detents, two firing pin retaining pins, two extractor springs with bumper pads, two selector springs and two selector detents.

The kit is made by DoubleStar, which is known for its US-made AR components, rifles and pistols. The suggested retail price on the new kit is $15.99.

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