Tag: AR 15

AR 15 Parts | Common Misconceptions

There are a lot of misconceptions about 80 lower AR-15 Parts. And if you have done any research, or planned on building one for yourself, chances are you have heard them yourself. While this may not answer all the questions you have, it will denote  the main misconceptions that come up in the 80 Lower world. Legality The main misconception…

Top 3 Best Rifle Accessories For Your AR 15

The AR world is ever-growing. New innovations are popping all the time, in more efficient part production, kits, and rifle accessories. When Colt lost its expiration, many other manufacturers seized the opportunity to create different variations of the famous AR-15. This led to the mass AR industry we have today. In the case of 80 lowers, the diversity of the…

No Serial Number | The Truth Behind The AR’s Popularity

Before the Gun Control Act of 1968, Serial Numbers were used by professional gun manufacturers to create a system of organization for interchangeable parts. The use of serial numbers has also helped collectors and historians alike appraise antique firearms. However serial numbers are now legally mandatory for every purchased firearm. And this act has taken away much of the individuality…

How Far We Have Come | AR 15 History

The AR has come a long way since its conception in the late 1950’s. In these more modern times, the AR has made a name for itself as sparking one of the most controversial topics around gun rights. Many misconceptions have made these civilian rifles a topic for disdain, but we are here to shed some truth on the history…

Fixed or Folding Rifle Sights: A Comparison

As the AR world continues to evolve, stone age specs like the standard iron sight have become relatively extinct. New innovations have given way to more technologically advanced rifle sights. Even with more advanced optics though, having a back-up iron sight can make all the difference. Back Up Iron Sights Back up Iron Sights (BUIS) are a great way to…

How To Complete An 80% Lower Receiver

Completing an 80% lower receiver takes time. This labor can be heavily supplemented with the help of a jig. All it takes is a bit of know how, the right tools, and patience. And, today, our article is bringing you all the know how you need. Here are the steps to follow in order to complete your 80% lower receiver.…