This video clip covers the use and aftermarket sights available for the A3 or Flattop receiver.
This section covers the assembly of the ejection port cover, the forward assist, the charging handle, the A1 sight and the A2 sight.
This section is broken down into two major types of handguards: standard and free floating.
This section covers the assembly of the charging handle, the bolt carrier group and checking the headspace of your rifle.
This section covers the assembly and testing of the: magazine catch, bolt catch, pivot pin, trigger group, safety selector, pistol grip and trigger guard.
Throughout the process of assembly you have been performing function checks for each subassembly as you’ve built your rifle. Now it is time to test the rifle to see how all the parts work together.
It’s easier to build something if you understand how the parts interact and function as a whole. This section covers: all the parts that make up each subassembly of the AR-15, the purpose of and the interaction between each subassembly, and the specific dimensions that you will need to be aware of when ordering.
It’s not much fun and it’s an even bigger waste of your time, if you forget to order all the parts or don’t have the right tools to complete your assembly.
In this section we cover the installation of the: receiver extension, action spring, buffer, buffer retainer and spring, take down pin, and the parts of the fixed or telescoping buttstocks.
The AR-15 is one of the most adaptable rifle platforms in history, and building one is easier than you think.
In this section we cover; how this video series is presented, give you an overview and answer some questions regarding the laws pertaining to building your own rifle.
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