Though it may seem like the most inconsequential part of an AR upper, the dust cover can be difficult to install.
Getting this done right means everything will have to be level.
Although it's not as tough to find a new AR for sale as it was a year ago, the carbines crowding the racks of your local gunshop may not have the features you want. One solution is to build an AR configured exactly to your liking.
So you don't have unlimited funds but still want a lightened AR-15? Here's a build that sheds pounds without adding dollars.
Installing a forward assist is a straightforward process.
Putting these AR parts together, even from separate components is easy when you follow these steps.
Your torque wrench will earn its keep on this one.
A stout lower receiver is the foundation of an AR-15 build, and if the company making the lower has a sense of humor, all the better.
CMMG has a unique AR-15 Lower Parts Kit package that color-codes the parts based on where they fit in the lower receiver.
This all-new upper receiver design from ODIN Works is a sleek choice for your next AR-15 build.