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Online Only, Do Not Call, one coupon per order - $10 off $99 + Free Shipping w/coupon "MDX"

This fully-assembled, nearly-complete, Brownells-exclusive 308 rifle from Aero Precision is constructed using second-to-none components to ensure the highest level of accuracy and reliability, while leaving off the handguard and buttstock – saving you money to buy the accessories you want!

Build your Dream 308 AR from this high quality custom rifle platform without wasting money on components you don't want. Simply choose the free-float handguard that fits your needs, sights, and a mil-spec buttstock, snap them on and head to the range.

- 308 AR Aero Precision Upper Receiver
- Rifle Length Gas & Barrel System Ideal for free-float handguards
- 18” 308 Winchester, 1:10 Twist Barrel
- Barrel is machined from 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium steel, with a tapered profile, then treated with a QPQ corrosion-resistant finish
- 5/8-24 barrel thread pitch includes an installed A2 flash hider
- 308 Bolt/Carrier Group features 8620 steel carrier with phosphate finish & chrome lining, and has a properly-staked Gas Key
- Bolt machined from 9310 steel – High Pressure Tested & Magnetic Particle Inspected 308 AR Aero Precision Lower Receiver
- Accepts DPMS 308 components & magazines (PMAG compatible)
- Flared mag well & upper tension screw
- Standard 308 AR Lower Parts Kit
- Mil-spec AR-15/M14 Buffer Kit
- Forged from 7075 T6 Aluminum
- Matte black hard anodized finish

While supplies last. Prices and availability subject to change without notice. FFL transfer fees may apply. All federal, state, and local laws and ordinances apply. Not available for sale online to CA, CT, DC, MA, NY & NJ. If you live in a restricted area but have proper authorization to purchase please call us at 800-741-0015 and ask for customer service. Rifle comes fully assembled (without handguard and buttstock).

Specs
SPECS: Receivers – Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum Receivers. Lower Receiver includes flared magazine well and upper tension screw to remove upper/lower play. Finish – Matte black hard anodized.

Bolt Carrier Group – 9310 Bolt, 8620 Carrier and mil-spec components. Bolt is High Pressure Tested, Magnetic Particle Inspected and shot-peened. Finish –Phosphate with chrome lined carrier & gas key. Barrel – Chambered in 308 Winchester (accepts 7.62x51mm NATO). 1-10 Twist. Profile – tapered. Gas System – Rifle length with installed gas block and tube. Threads – 5/8-24. Finish is QPQ nitride. Receiver Extension – Mil-Spec diameter buffer tube assembly with carbine buffer.

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308 AR 18" OEM Rifle
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Build your dream rifle? All you get to do is put on a hand guard and a stock! Not terrible value. This is the older series

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Am I missing something? Weren’t these around $800 about 6 months ago ?

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This is a good deal, not a fantastic deal, but a good one nonetheless. Aero Precision produces very good stuff AR related.

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I'm not sure where you can find all these exact parts for $650. I've researched all the sources that lickem mentioned the closest I came was almost exactly what the prices here. Unless they're running sales which means you gotta wait which is usually the case nobody's just going to fall on a better deal anywhere than here

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Isn't the PTR 91-GI R a better deal for few $$ more?

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Some minor differences. Takedown/ pivot pins are larger. They're not quite as universal. Not all manufacturers AR-10 parts are interchangeable.

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This is heavier stripped down (without a handguard and stock) than my DPMS GII AP4 is completed. Coststhe same too after adding furniture. PASS

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I'm trying to put together a AR308 that weighs under 8 Lbs for deer hunting (DPMS 308 Pattern).. Does anybody sell a complete 308 Upper with a light weight barrel ?.. That wont break the bank of course but can still shoot tight groups at 300 yards.. Aero doesn't advertise light weight Upper and I want it to come with matching BCG and charging handle

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check Bear creek . I have a 308 and 6.5. 6.5 is too heavy for the field. 308 is psa and lighter, but had I known the what I know now, I would have gotten a 450 bushmaster upper to offset the weight problem in the field. I have plenty of Bolts but where I haunt lately is thick cedar. No real need for a shot over 200 yds. upper is 269.00

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I appreciate the responses. I've built many AR15 but for some reason I had it in my head that AR10s won't peice together as well and aren't as modular as AR15.

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I love aero and have 4 builds with many of their parts including a 308 which I just finished. All in I think I spent little over $800 and used FDE enhanced upper/handguard. Not a better value out right now and their support is awesome in fact I could get the 308 to ignite primers my first time out. Called Aero and they paid to have shipped immediately and found I put trigger spring upside down;). They sent lower back to me and the whole experience was awesome. Two best place to buy aero parts is either schular or granite. Plus ballistic advantage barrels rom mammoth. For example I picked up entire enhanced upper with 12 handguard in FDE for $220! I bought everything I could through these guys including the aero optic mounts. Than bob's and aim for few finishing touches like trigger, gas tube, gas block, bcg.... One other great place I found for barrel and BCG's is Spinta. Check out their sale page. Great products and support to boot... Just my two cents as I build a lot of AR's so have learned who to go to...

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U build a lot of em ? But u said u installed trigger upside down! Lol

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Next time that you install the trigger spring upside down and the rifle doesn’t fire, just flip the rifle down side up, and it should fire then, after you’ve reinstalled the trigger spring correctly LOL

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I always see your paid comments. How do you get a gig like that?

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He’s just being a nice guy and sharing his experience with different retailers and their products

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I would agree with those suppliers, exactly the ones I use. Monmouth, Shuyler, AIM, Spinta. ADK makes v.good 308 BCG's. haven't bought anything from Granite ridge yet as every time I do price comps I have found better pricing elsewhere, unfortunately. For example, in the past month, I bought a 308 BA premium barrel from AIM for $187, a 308 BA modern barrel from Monmouth for $150. Just can't go wrong at those prices. Picked up an 15" M5E1 gen2 enhanced upper from Schuyler for $260. Unfortunately M5 Aero stripped lowers are hard to come by right now, for some reason. Probably the Commifornia cut off date given the dracoian firearm law changes in that state that are right around the corner. They can succeed from the US already, none of us will care.

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I use Aero Precision parts for the majority of my builds b/c of their direct QC ownership of their manufactured parts. First and foremost Aero is a manufacturer of aviation parts, their other business end is that of gun parts as they forge their own receivers and they just purchased one of the best barrel manufactures (BA). Their enhanced uppers are high quality, as well as their lowers. I do not use their trigger groups, BCG's in my builds, not bc of quality but bc I prefer something different. If you do your research and know where to get parts, you can build this exact rifle for about $650. The price point here is fucking horrible. I feel for peeps that don't know better. Maybe by dropping this knowledge it helps educate folks to not be played a fool and take the next leap into building your own.

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Doing some more research, I've seen many people having problems with these. Anyone have any experience with this specific rifle?

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I think this will be my first 308....when it gets back in stock.

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