This video features the Brownells AR-15/M16 Multitasker Series 3 Multitool.
This video showcases the Battle Arms Enhanced Takedown Pins for the AR15/M16.
This video showcases the Brownells fixed blade screw drivers for gunsmiths.
This video Showcases the J P Enterprises Silent Captured Spring System.
This video showcases the Precision Armament Severe-Duty Compensator.
This video showcases the Apex Tactical Stabilization Attachment.
This video showcases the Advanced Armament 300 Blackout Upper Receivers.
This video showcases the Aero Precision AR-15/M16 Stripped Upper Receiver.
This video showcases the Phase 5 Tactical AR-15/M16 Pistol Buffer Tube.
Rainier Arms AR15/M16/AR Style 308 Raptor Charging Handle
This video showcases the CMMG AR-15/308AR Lower Parts Kit.
This video showcases the ALG Defense AR15 ALG Triggers with Lower Parts Kits.
Remove upper receiver and barrel assembly from the
gun and secure it in a suitable padded vice jaws or
upper receiver vise blocks.
Installation instructions for the Brownells Short Muzzle Brakes for AR15/ AR Style 308.
Use this tool to square the face of
AR-15-style upper receivers. Strip the upper receiver completely, clean and inspect for, and remove, any burrs.
Remove upper receiver and barrel assembly from the gun and secure it in a suitable padded vice jaws or upper receiver vise blocks. Remove existing flash hider or compensator from the gun by turning it in a counter-clockwise direction.
A brief article outlining some unique characteristics specific to the Colt AR-15
sure gun is unloaded and safe before attempting any work on it. Use eye protection to avoid injury from spring powered plungers and detents while performing the stock replacement.
recoil pad jig consists of an adjustable triangle the pad is mounted to while it is dressed sized. A support is attached to the sander table and is used to stabilize and as a pivot point to orient the jig. Operation is simple and consists of 5 basic steps pictured on the instructions.
Pillar Bedding Sleeves are designed to be permanently installed in a bolt action rifle stock around the triggerguard screws when the rifle is glass bedded. They can be used in most centerfire bolt action rifles, except the Ruger M-77 and M-77 Mk II.