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AR 15 Rifle Kit - 5.56 (16" Nitride Barrel & 12" MLOK Handguard) (1:7 Twist)

$669.99
SKU:
5561617(B)-MLOK(12)-BK

Description

Please Note: Given the current demand for this product and supply shortages, your order may ship with a black hammer and trigger or a stainless steel hammer and trigger.

Want an MOA-capable barrel? What about the lightest handguard possible? Mil-spec? We’re offering all three with our newly designed and custom-built barreled AR-15 upper. It features a 41450 CMV barrel with the best treatment, QPQ Nitride. Superior to chrome-lining and phosphate, this barrel offers better accuracy and longer life. It’s protected by an incredibly lightweight M-Lok handguard of our own design. You’ll also get a mil-spec M4 flattop upper, chromed and staked M16 BCG, and charging handle.

What’s Included

This kit is not a firearm. It includes an assembled upper receiver, bolt carrier group, lower parts kit, and buffer assembly with buttstock. It does not include the component to make a firearm: A stripped lower receiver. Pair this rifle kit with an AR-15 80% lower receiver and AR-15 80% jig to fabricate a receiver, sold separately.

New builder? This guide explains 80% lower receivers.

AR-15 Rifle Kit Specs

Barreled uppers are assembled in-house before shipment.

Barrel

  • Chamber: .223 Wylde
  • Contour: M4/Government
  • Length: 16”
  • Twist Rate: 1:7
  • Gas System: Carbine
  • Gas Port: 0.750”
  • Gas Hole Dia.: 0.070”
  • Muzzle Threads: 1/2x28
  • Feed Ramps: M4
  • Material: 4150 CMV
  • Finish: QPQ Nitride
  • Process: Button Rifled
  • Lining: QPQ Nitride
  • Extension: M4
  • Muzzle: A2 “Birdcage” Flash Hider

Handguard

  • Attachment System: 12" M-Lok
  • Finish: Type III Hardcoat Anodized (Mil-Spec)
  • Top Rail: M1913 Picatinny
  • Material: Billet 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Attachment: Barrel Nut 

Stripped Upper Receiver

  • Profile: M4 Flattop
  • Material: Forged 7075-T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Type III Hardcoat Anodized (Mil-Spec)

Bolt Carrier Group

  • Profile: M16/Full-Auto
  • Steel: Carpenter No. 158 (Mil-Spec)
  • Exterior: Phosphate Coating
  • Interior: Chrome-Lined
  • Gas Key: Staked, Chromed
  • Charging Handle: Included

Lower Receiver Parts

  • Buffer System: Mil-spec, Carbine
  • Buttstock: Mil-spec, M4-type
  • Parts Kit: Mil-spec, single-stage

Receiver sold separately

No FFL or serialization is required to fabricate a receiver under federal law. However, state laws vary. Some states require serialization or have banned 80% lowers and gun-making kits. We encourage each and every builder to perform their own research about the state and federal laws that apply to them.

Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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