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Any upper that is attached to a lower that is under 16"needs to have a SBR (short barreled rifle) licence. FYI Just for people who are confused.

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Just buy a shorter barrel an a brace, once you pick it up put it down as a pistol. Problem solved

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SBR license is not a thing...

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License: A license (American English) or licence (British English) is an official permission or permit to do, use, or own something (as well as the document of that permission or permit).

Would that definition not also fit a tax stamp?

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Hey Will yes it's everything you need to build the rifle. You just need to assemble it. Also the lower needs to be shipped to your FFL dealer. You will have the option to ship the upper and parts kit to your house.

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Great starter rifle: as a general range shooter or varmint removal it should be good to go with a ~25 buck rear sight. That will push it to just over 400 with transfer+NICS.

For home defense I'd get PSA's MOE upper and standard lower instead, as you'll want that MOE handguard's mlok points for light mounting (front sight mounts exist, but suck and/or costs more than handguard+mount). With a rear sight they'll run you ~60+ dollars if you added them yourself (the same as the upper+lower), and you wouldn't have as nice a rear sight and need to assemble it yourself.

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The ad is deceiving, everything you see in the picture is not $350.00

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Apparently I was wrong, the $350 does include everything they announce in the picture, an almost completely assembled AR-15 ( not including magazine or rear sight ).

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Just put it all together. All around very impressed and no issues at all. If you’re looking for an entry level AR, this is an easy route to go

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When will this item be in stock?

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First time buying a rifle so I'm a little confused.... is this an actually ar 15 rifle? Or just a kit to customize it?

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You need both this 'kit' and as well as a 'lower receiver'. Links are above. Then follow McDougall's post below.

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This is a reply to willmundy3 not that other dingus:

Actually you need the kit, the lower receiver (they show two receivers, I suggest NOT getting the "Omni"), and the upper. If you buy all three components you can assemble a fully functioning rifle. Please note you will still need a magazine and some sort of sight / optic.

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Some assembly required. After buying everything on this list you will still need an optic or rear sight, and a magazine. You will also need some basic tools to assemble the lower receiver. Many YouTube videos on how to do this..... unless YouTube has already taken them down.
Or spend a little extra money and buy a completely assembled lower and upper from PSA. This advertised kit for a very basic AR. If you do decide to put one together order some springs to improve the trigger. Companies like JP and Tubbs offer super cheap upgrade springs.

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Yep. Youtube falling for the Liberal paranoid BS. Just like Dicks, Walmart, and many others.

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Dicks!!!!! MAGA 2020!!!

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The Freedom Rifle Kit is everything except the receiver, which is available below it. The receiver has to go to a gun dealer and be transferred to you. Put all the parts in bag, give it a good shake, and you'll be in the AR-15 club. You will still need a rear sight or an optic.

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Complete rifle. You just have to assemble the lower.

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I wouldn't really call something without a rear sight "complete", but this IS a good starter rifle.

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Enhanced Polished Trigger ( EPT )

Well worth the extra $10!

Get the PISTOL lower and a kak brace and be able to go from a short barrel to rifle legally without paying the extra money and waiting for a short barrel rifle tax stamp!

Especially since it's legall to shoulder the pistol brace now!!

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Pretty sure you have to get a tax stamp anytime you get a short barreled rifle.

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Not if it doesn't have a stock ...

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Not if the lower is registered as a pistol (or wasn't registered specifically as a "rifle") and you use a ATF approved "brace."

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What is the difference between the $149 and $159 lower?

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The $159 is an MOE EPT edition. While the $149 is just MOE

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