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  • #16
    shorter barrels are still legal, if they have a "permanently attached" flashhider, making the OAL 16" or longer. Most such hiders are welded onto the barrels. A few, back in the day, were pinned and silver-soldered. The weld is so perfect that you'd swear that the barrel and hider are made of a single piece of steel, by looking at them.

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    • #17
      Midway USA has the parts for 49.95

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Nomadnailer View Post
        Midway USA has the parts for 49.95
        You might want to check that add again. It may say lower kit, or something similar. I build a "few" AR's and never got that mailer or e-mail from Midway. SURE would like to though! That be a $1000.00 well spent. LOL! :)

        Dale
        Judge no one, until you have walked in the same mud and spilt the same blood. Him, I call brother.

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        • #19
          I have built five AR's now from 80% lowers....they all run 100% and just got my SBR Stamp back from ATF, built a 10.5 inch 5.56 and it turned out so well gonna do a 7.5 inch version.....only way to build......old thread I know, but I have been busy and have not posted much....

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          • #20
            I am quite concerned with the current positioning regarding gun control and seizure of legally purchased weapons by law abiding citizens. Seeking advise to build an unregistered AR15 - want to purchase quality legal components as assembled as possible.

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            • #21
              I use Tactical Machining 80% lowers, I also use there Jig.....a Good drill press and a Dremel tool is all you need IF you follow the steps and take your time. It will seem daunting at first, but patience is the Key.....You can buy a complete upper or assemble your own ( very easy to build a Upper ) buy a Lower & Jig ....Lower parts kit and your choice of stock...Youtube has 100's of videos on building them....well worth the time and effort....

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