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“The Master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both.”

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Project AR15 pt 2: Complete Lower Half

Part two of the AR15 build consists of the complete lower half of the rifle. I included two photos of the completed lower to show the status of the build. I won't go into full detail of this build until the rifle is completed and tested, but I will do a quick list of its specs in it's current form...

Project AR15 pt 2: Complete Lower Half

First you have the main part, which is the actual lower receiver, LAR Grizzly-15. I also went and bought the Milspec FDE (Flat Dark Earth) VLTOR EMOD stock with an H buffer. For the pistol grip, I went with the FDE Magpul MIAD full kit that comes with the trigger guard. I have these on other rifles and love them so much, I had to get it for this build...

Project AR15 pt 2: Complete Lower Half

Now, for the internals. I used the RRA (Rock River Arms) lower parts kit. But I also didn't use RRA's trigger that came with the kit. I went in a different direction and bought Geissele Combat Trigger, also known as SSA (Super Semi-Auto). I can't stop there, so I also added the LMT (Lewis Machine & Tool) ambidextrous safety selector switch and a Prince extended take down pin. And lets not forget the most important part of the completed lower. That's right, the bullet button from Raddlock in FDE, cause that's how we roll in California and not like the free states...

Next up, is part three of the build. And part three is about the complete upper that I choose to go with and photos that I took of it to share with everyone. And after that, a complete run down on the whole rifle that I've built and why I went with certain parts and not others. Basically my full assessment on this project. So, stay tuned...

Resources used: CalGuns.net, Royal Loan, Cold War Shooters, Parallax Tactical, Rainier Arms.

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