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LR-308/AR-10 Adjustable Carbine Stock & Buffer Tube Assembly



Your LR-308 80% lower receiver build isn't done yet without a buttstock kit. This buttstock kit has both an adjustable .308-sized carbine stock and buffer tube assembly. The classic adjustable carbine stock is manufactured from a durable polymer composite and is designed for fast adjustment. This .308 carbine buttstock also provides two different sling attachment options. The buffer tube assembly includes a buffer tube that conforms to .308 sizes, castle nut, latch plate, carbine buffer and buffer spring. Purchase this butt stock assembly today for your next 80% lower receiver build.

Here's how to install the AR-15 lower parts kit and stock.

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