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Help I lost all the pieces to my AR Pistol Grip

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by tacweapon, Sep 10, 2008.

  1. tacweapon

    tacweapon Well-Known Member

    I lost all pieces to my Pistol grip does anyone know if I can get the replacement parts at a hardware store and if so what the size specs are

    Thanks for the help
  2. EShell

    EShell Well-Known Member

    The screw is 1/4-28 x 1".
    The selector detent is specially shaped (shouldered) and I doubt the size will be available anywhere but from an AR-15 parts source.
    The selector detent spring may be available, it is slightly less than 3/32" in diameter, which is the hole size it enters.
  3. yesit'sloaded

    yesit'sloaded Well-Known Member

    Order replacements from del-ton.com. Great company.
  4. twofourthree73

    twofourthree73 Well-Known Member

    I have a spare screw from a tango down kit. You need a long allen wrench to install it though. You might live close to me from your location. PM me and we can work something out.
  5. Onmilo

    Onmilo Well-Known Member

  6. Mot45acp

    Mot45acp Well-Known Member

    If you need an actual grip lemme know, I have a few extras. I wont charge ya nothin.
  7. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

    There must be a really good story attached to this little mishap.

    Lets hear it! :D

  8. tacweapon

    tacweapon Well-Known Member

    Alright heres how it happened ...

    One on of the other forums I am on one of the other members offered free Duracoating so I decided to take him up on his offer and so I sent him my upper, Vertical Foregrip, Pistol Grip, and mags to be painted OD. Well I got my parts back today and when I started putting it back together I could not find the parts anywhere. I could the manufacter and they are sending me all the parts I need for free.

    Thanks for all the offers and help

    I will post some pictures as soon as I am able to put the pistol grip on
  9. Kurt_D

    Kurt_D Well-Known Member

    That's interesting, which manufacturer is your AR from? Sounds like I might need to add them to my "must check out" list.
  10. tacweapon

    tacweapon Well-Known Member

    It is not technically an AR it is the Robinson Arms XCR. The weapon system is great and the company has the best customer service of any company I have ever dealt with. I have fired ARs before but I would choose my XCR of an AR any day

    Heres a picture of it before I had it Duracoated



    If you have any questions about it let me know and I will try to answer them
  11. tacweapon

    tacweapon Well-Known Member

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