Xtreme Precision Stainless Steel AR-15 Parts Kit

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posted on October 27, 2016
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Xtreme Precision offers AR owners a chance to upgrade their rifle internals to stainless steel parts, ensuring reliability and longevity in all conditions.

The AR-15 Stainless Turned Parts Set is CNC machined to mil-spec tolerances and is made in the USA. The parts are constructed from 17-4 stainless steel, which is known for its hardness and corrosion resistance, even at higher temperatures.

The kit includes a mag catch button, trigger pin, hammer pin, takedown and pivot detent springs, takedown and pivot detent pins, selector spring, bolt catch spring, selector detent, buffer retainer spring, bolt catch buffer, buffer retainer, trigger guard roll pin, bolt catch roll pin and an early-style firing pin retainer.

The entire kit retails at a suggested price of $13.99.

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