Do you want to build the perfect AR-15? Or do you already have an AR-15 and want to upgrade it with all American-made parts? Look no further. We have put together a comprehensive guide to help you find the best AR 15 parts available in the United States. From receivers to barrels, triggers to stocks, we’ll show you how to choose the right parts to build a top-notch AR-15. Let’s get started!
The Lower Receiver
The lower receiver is one of the most important components of an AR-15. It houses the trigger and the magazine, and provides the platform to attach other parts such as the buttstock, grip, and handguard. GunBuilders has a wide selection of AR 15 parts for building the perfect lower receiver for your rifle.
The lower receiver is made up of two parts: the frame and the fire control group. The frame houses the magazine, trigger, and hammer, while the fire control group includes the selector switch and springs.
When choosing a lower receiver, look for quality materials and a good fit. The frame should be made from an aluminum alloy, for increased strength and corrosion resistance. The fire control group should have a crisp trigger pull and no play when assembled.
Once you have chosen the right lower receiver, you will need to attach it to the upper receiver. This is done with two pins: a rear takedown pin and a front pivot pin. Be sure to check that they are securely in place before moving on to installing other components.
Now that you know what goes into a good lower receiver, you can start building your perfect AR-15! GunBuilders has everything you need to get started – so take a look at their selection of quality AR 15 parts and start building today!
The Upper Receiver
When it comes to building your own AR-15, the upper receiver is one of the most important parts. It houses the bolt carrier group, charging handle, and the barrel. For a reliable gun that performs well and lasts, it’s important to get quality parts and materials. With GunBuilders, you can select from a wide range of high-grade AR 15 parts for your upper receiver, including forged or billet aluminum, stainless steel, or carbon fiber receivers.
When choosing an upper receiver for your AR-15, consider the finish. Anodizing is a popular choice due to its long-term durability and easy maintenance. If you’re looking for an aesthetically pleasing finish, you can also opt for Cerate coating. You’ll want to look at all the other parts of your build, too, to make sure they fit the upper receiver.
It’s also essential to choose the right barrel when building your upper receiver. The type and size of the barrel will determine the accuracy and speed of your rifle. Choose a lightweight and durable option such as chrome molybdenum steel, stainless steel, or chrome lined steel. If you plan on using your rifle for long-range shooting, opt for a longer barrel with slower twist rate.
At GunBuilders, we provide a comprehensive selection of AR-15 parts, including complete upper receiver assemblies and components such as handguards, dust covers, forward assists, and more. Our parts are made in the USA from quality materials and are designed for superior performance and reliability. Get started on building your perfect AR-15 today!
When selecting the stock for your AR-15, you want to ensure you find the most comfortable fit for your build. The stock is one of the most important parts when it comes to accuracy and ergonomics. You have many different options when it comes to stocks, including fixed, adjustable, skeletonized, and collapsible. Fixed stocks are made to provide a solid shooting platform and will provide a stable stock position. Adjustable stocks can be adjusted to fit shooters of all sizes and are available in fixed, folding, or telescoping designs. Skeletonized stocks offer a lightweight design with the same stability as other types of stocks. Lastly, collapsible stocks are made for quick adjustments in length and can be adjusted for easy storage.
No matter what type of stock you choose, be sure to pick quality AR 15 parts that are both comfortable and durable. Stocks come in a variety of materials such as aluminum, polymer, and composite. Selecting the right stock for your AR-15 build is essential for accuracy and ease of use.