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SKU: 507279
UPC: 507279
MFR#: NULL
16" Barrel length
Chrome Moly barrel steel
5.56 Nato Chamber
A2-style profile barrel
Melonite Finish
1 in 7" twist rate
M4 Feed ramps
F-Marked Front sight post
A2 Flash Hider
Sling Loop
Standard Hand Guards
Forged Upper Receiver
T-marks
M16 Bolt Carrier Group
Carpenter 158 Bolt
Charging Handle
PSA Freedom Lower Build Kit
Barrel: 16" barrel length Chambered in 5.56 NATO, with a 1:7 twist, M4 barrel extension, and a mid-length gas system. The A2-style profile barrel is melonite finished for accuracy and durability. Barrel is finished off with an .750" diameter F-marked front sight base with sling swivel, standard handguards and an A2 flash hider.
Upper: Forged 7075-T6 A3 AR upper is hard coat anodized black for durability. Featuring M4 feedramp cuts, T-marks, these upper upper receivers are made for us right here in the USA.
Bolt Carrier Group: For AR15 and M16 rifles and carbines. Bolt is made of shot-peened, Mil-spec Carpenter 158® steel. Gas key is secured with grade 8 fasteners and staked. Bolt carrier is parkerized outside and chrome lined inside. Includes Charging Handle.
Lower Build Kit: Includes the PSA Freedom Lower Build Kit
 
Please allow up to 15 business days for your upper to be built and to ship from our facility. Holiday and special sale lead times can be longer* If your order goes beyond the listed lead time please get in contact with us via email and we will look into your issue.
Signature required on delivery.
SKU: 507279

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$340 (if you have a lower you bought for $40 or less) and you have a complete AR-15 (less mag). Not a bad price all things considered. PSA is not DD or other premium quality makers but their stuff does work and for the most part they stand behind their products.

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I bought this when it was on sale for cheap and I cannot be happy enough about it. I wish I had bought some PSA stuff before now -- the quality is excellent. The lower parts kit is one of the better ones I've used -- and they included some extras for the super small retainer springs, and all of it comes packed neatly in a full rifle box for when you do your build.

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If I buy this item, what else do I need to complete my AR "build"? Is this everything I need for the firearm except a lower receiver? I have never done this before

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The only thing you need is a lower receiver. Everything is included. Just clean it all up (packing oil) and build your lower and go.

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Ordered. I have a “bought “ PSA rifle and love it. I want to try building one now that I have experience with the platform and this is to good of a deal to pass up. Maybe for the next rifle I’ll look to source all the parts myself.

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I dunno guys... Pretty much an entire rifle with all these parts or THIS...

https://gun.deals/product/mvb-industries-pdw-multi-position-arc-stock-ar...

Which do you think is the better deal?..

Or wait! For a $130 more I could buy this fancy binary trigger!

https://gun.deals/product/fostech-outdoors-llc-ar-15-ar-ii-echo-drop-bin...

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This used to be the best deal around, and although there are cheaper options, out of the many palmetto builds I’ve done, I’ve never had problems. They are good to go.

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Seems like a dam good deal. Thinkink of placing an order. Do you ship to Tennessee. Hope so what are tearms of shippment to the state.

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shipping is $17 for me to texas, still pretty good deal, seems like others bought in the past at $350

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Looks like I waited too long. Out of stock.

I'm curious: what is the general experience of this community with PTAC build kits? I've read some positive reviews but the majority seem to lean in the other direction. My interest is in building a low cost "spare" that would probably get very little use, and sometime after November could end up being worth quite a bit more than it cost me to build it. What's the downside?

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This is not PTAC

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