Lower Receiver Set Screw and Roll PIn Screw Replacement Set

$15.00
$10.00
SKU:
ZRTS-LOWER-PINS

Description

Let’s face it – building an AR lower receiver can be a real PITA, thanks to that roll pin screw and rear takedown detent screw. Those little parts can go flying the moment you try to install them. If you find yourself scouring the floor, looking for that little lost screw but come up empty, remain calm. We offer this convenient and affordable replacement set that includes both the roll pin set screw and the rear takedown detent set screw. We even throw in the hex key so you can get these installed and finish your build in no time!

Replacement Set Includes:

  • 1 x Roll Pin Set Screw
  • 1 x Rear Takedown Detent Set Screw
  • 1 x Hex Key
No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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