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The Aero Precision AC-15 OEM Complete Rifle is a budget friendly, high quality rifle featuring mil-spec parts and accessories made in America. Just add the stock and forearm of your choice and you'll be set!
The assembled AC-15 comes with a Standard M4 Aero Upper reciever, with a 16" 5.56 NATO Mid-Length 1:7 Twist Barrel. The barrel is machined from 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium to a Government, mid-length profile, then treated with a QPQ corrosion resistant finish. The 1/2-28 threads on the barrel include an installed A2 flash hider. The included M16 Bolt Carrier Group features an 8620 steel carrier with a phosphate finish & chrome lining, a bolt machined from Carpenter 158 that is High Pressure Tested & Magnetic Particle Inspected, and has a properly staked gas key.

The lower is am Aero Gen 2 lower receiver with flared magwell and upper tension screw, a standard AR-15 Lower Parts Kit, and a Standard Mil-Spec AR-15/M4 Buffer Kit.

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AC-15 5.56MM NATO OEM Mid-Length 16" Rifle

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So these come with a standard barrel nut? Think it would have been better with no barrel but considering everyone is switching to proprietary barrel nut

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Do these transfer as receivers or long guns?

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It is a fully functioning firearm minus the plastic furniture...so long gun.

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Code NBH doesn’t work

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If I tell them to keep the pistol grip will they wave the $10 BS fee?

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This is a pretty nice setup. If I wasnt in the process of building 4 different ARs at the moment I'd buy this.

Aero receivers good. Like the soft shooting midlength. Melonite barrel 1:7...nice.

Low profile ready for your choice of handguard and stock.

Great for a wifey/GF gun to personalize.

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I can spend a little over 100 more and get a 6920 oem2...

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Code brings price down to 529.99 not 477 and they charge 10 BS fee plus 37.10 in tax...

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Aero is better quality. They use ballistic advantage barrels. The finish on a aero will also be alot better. If you planned on changing out the stock and hand gaurd anyways this is a good deal. I personally own one and used a trou rail that mounts to a standard barrel nut so i would not have to change out the barrel nut.

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Seems kinda spendy right now if you ask me. Anderson parts are a lot cheaper. Even before the election, I got 2 skeletonized Anderson's for $430. Is Aero supposed to be better quality?

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If this was Botach people would be accusing them of selling off the stock and fore end separately (not slamming this seller just making a point)

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If this were Classic Firearms or J&G we would know that the rifle's magazine have been removed and sold separately.

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Great gun but I imagine these will continue to drop. I run Aero' in 308, 556, and 300 blkout. All run flawless and the one issue I had was corrected by Aero support asap. For the money the support is solid. Heck the 308 I had an issue with even had an aims BCG. They didn't ask any questions sorted me out anyway. It was my fault on top of everything as I installed a spring upside down in trigger when I built the rifle...

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$540.00 , even though it was updated an hour ago.
EDIT: Use coupon code L9M to bring price down to 495.00 free shipping.

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I'm seeing $509 and not $484

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Wow...$495 shipped. Great deal.

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PLUS $7 Brownells Extra Fee for being a gun. BS markup fee. Plus shipping, $15 for me. Puts this dam near Ruger AR556 or M&P Sport territory.

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Blame the NRA's Franklin Orth for that (and the 35 you'll pay in transfer, plus the gas to get there, and your time. Remind them the next time they come begging that they owe YOU money.).

While the price will be higher, the Aero is a much nicer gun than S&W or Ruger's offerings. The barrel is much nicer and lighter, while this is expected to be free floated (low profile gas). Even if you just stick a cheap ass 50 buck Davidson Defense rail on it it's better than a non-freefloat.

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Does this fall under Brownells lifetime warranty?

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That's Oklahoma folk for ya^, good ol boys

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That's Oklahoma folk for ya^ good ol boys

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Excuse me for my lack of knowledge about guns. I'm looking to purchase an AR yet I'd rather not build it from scratch (for my first one at least). This build looks like the perfect middle ground where I can still customize but not assemble the entire gun.

Now here's my question - how much should I expect to be spending on a decent stock, forearm, optics and a few magazines? I'm fairly budget oriented and I'd like to keep the build under $750. Think this can be done? I appreciate any feedback.

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easily, decent magpul stock and forend should be about 100 new if purchased online

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I think this can definitely be done. $550 for the gun in hand, 20-30 for a regular butt stock, standard foregrips 15, magazines 15x2+ 30. 625 Total, with 125 left for optics. This is the way to go for you, it sounds like. You won't have to mess with any of the internals and all the parts you need are just easy add ons, that go on easily. Good luck. If your close to OK, Ill give you a standard buttstock and m4 style forgrips for free. I have a bunch of that stuff laying around that I'll never use.

Then over time you can replace standard grips with a rail and a better buttstock if you want.

Edit: the standard m4 grips wont work due to the low profile gas block. You could buy a cheaper free float quad rail for 100 or less. They are on this site all the time for that price. If you want the stock let me know and I'll figure out a way to get it to you.

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Great start on "your" rifle. Would buy one in a heartbeat if I needed a new AR

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It is a normal ar barrel nut. You can use any free float rail on this gun by replacing it with the one provided with a free float rail. The aero enhanced rail will not fit since it uses a aero enhanced upper. This is the only upper I can think of that would not work. You can also add a free float rail that uses a mil spec barrel nut like the troy one and I know there are a few others but can't think of them at the moment. This makes it easy since you don't have to remove the barrel nut or gas tube to install

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Fortis Rail also, fits on standard (milspec) barrel nut. But if your buying this Aero OEM, a Fortis may not be in your budget. I do like this Areo OEM and if I wanted another AR15, this is the direction I would go. Have the Fortis rail (profile picture), on my Colt LE6920 OEM2. I will be purchasing the Aero 308 OEM to start my first 308, when it's finally not on back-order.....

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Could I use the nut that usually comes with the free floating rail or would I have to go with an Aero rail? Or some sort of adapter? I remember reading somewhere that aero uses a different nut or threads.

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I wonder if this comes with the buffer spring

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Yes

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Comes with everything but a forend and stock. I put a troy trx bravo rail since it uses a stock barrel nut to mount to and a mil spec stock I had laying around. Only thing else needed would be sights or an optic. It's a nice rifle for the price with out the extra stuff you normally change out

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