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Questions about building an AR

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Slick, Mar 21, 2003.

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  1. Slick

    Slick Member

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    Okay, I think I'm going to build myself an AR. Question: What parts can be shipped to me, and what parts have to go through an FFL?
    Thanks,
    Kurt
     
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    The receiver is the only part you have to use an FFL for.
     
  3. bmwguy

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    Make that lower receiver needs to be shipped to an FFL.

    You might want to consider saving some headache and buy a complete upper thereby doing away with headspacing and etc.
     
  4. Slick

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    BMW,
    I sure will, I'll buy the lower complete also. I'm actually not "building" one, just "buying in stages" :D
    I figured it'd be easier to just say "building" rather than confusing anybody.
    Thanks a lot,
    Kurt
     
  5. bmwguy

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    Hey, slick-
    Since you're in VA.

    Have you consider picking up your receiver from Quantico Arms in Quantico? May save some hassle shipping to FFL, unless you have a FFL yourself.

    They sell Armilite/Eagle Arms lower receiver for $100.00 and no transfer fee(tax and 2 state background check fee).

    Shoot me an PM if you want some information.
     
  6. Slick

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    PM on the way
     
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