Description

The AR15 Stripped Upper Receiver is one of our most popular products. Forged from 7075-T6 aluminum, this stripped upper is precision machined to mil- spec M16/M4 specifications and features M4 feedramps. On this specific model, the forward assist provisions have been removed. Match this upper with one of our AR15 lower receivers for a solid and dependable fit.

Note: The no-forward assist upper receivers use a custom forging designed to work specifically with mil-spec port doors. It may not work with aftermarket port doors.

Features:
M4 Feedramps
.250 takedown pin holes
Lazer engraved T-marks
No forward assist provisions
Includes:
AR15 Stripped Upper Receiver Without Forward Assist in Anodized Black
This product is blemished. Blemishes may include:
Plating inconsistencies
Pits
Scratches
Dents
Flaws in finish
Our blemished products are fully functional, they just didn't meet our high standards. They are a great product at a discounted price for someone who doesn't mind a slight imperfection. We do not accept returns on blemished products.
SPECS
Specs
Made In America? Yes
Platform AR15
Material Machined from 7075-T6 forged aluminum
Select Your Finish Anodized Black
Compatibility Works with standard AR15/M16 components
Weight(s) 6.5oz
Other No forward assist provisions
APAR610401BC

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I got one of these few weeks back, only issue I've seen is with installing ultimate dust cover (SI), it almost seems like the plating on this upper is too thick and the dust cover won't slam open when bolt is moved back. Not sure if it's a good idea to shave the anodization down, so probably try and shave down the polymer dust cover first. Anyone experienced in this to add?

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Mine was the same. You just have to swing the door in and out by hand a bunch of times to loosen it up. A little oil in the receiver holes helps too.

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