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Rock River Arms LAR-15 PDW A4 SBR 5.56 / 223 Short Barrel Rifle 10.5in Black NEAG CCS Stock - Rock River Arms has develped the LAR-15 PDW A4 SBR that is a compact 5.56 mm firearm. It features a 10.5 inch chrome lined chrome moly barrel, A2 flash hider, receiver height sight base gas block, single stage trigger, Hogue pistol grip, NEAG compact carbine stock, and STC-1 Carbine Handguard with intergal folding vertical grip. Each 7.2 pound rifle includes one magazine, LPS-1 weapon wipe, manual, and warranty. Note SBR versions of most RRA rifles with CAR length gas systems are available where permitted by law.
Manufacturer Number AR2280
Type Short Barrel Rifle
Action Semi-Auto
Barrel Length 10.5" Chrome Lined Moly
Twist: 1:7
Overall Length 24"
Extended: 28.3"
Caliber 5.56 NATO / 223
Finish Black
Grips Hogue Rubber Pistol Grip
NEAG CCS Compact Carbine Buttstock
STC-1 CAR Rail w/Folding Vertical Handguard Grip
Material Lower Receiver: Forged RRA LAR-15
Upper Receiver: Forged A4
Miscellaneous Single Stage Trigger
Gas Block w/ Receiver Height Sight Base
A2 Flash Hider
Weight 7.2 lbs
Item # RCK-AR2280

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BS SBR regs from the ATF

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I love bs posts from people who dont know what they are talking about, show your work lol

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There are many good uppers that can be bought for $300 including the bolt and charging. The lowers run about $110 - $130. FFL dealer charges me $15. Shipping is free some times, other times $15. Less than $450. Have a complete 300 AR rifle and pistol for that.

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Please don't forget what that type of stuff is. Super-economic-grade parts put on by people who are supposed to be cutting just about every corner with little to no quality control. RRA makes pretty good rifles.

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No NFA disclaimer? Shotty write up. Buyer will have to find a Class 3 SOT FFL dealer to receive it, do a Form 4, beg your CLEO to sign it, finger prints, etc, wait 5 months till ATF approved the Form 4 to be able to legally own it and take it home. Hope your CLEO won't mind you having a SBR, he has to sign the paperwork. If you can't get approved, then the dealer would most likely pay you pennies on the dollar for the SBR, at that point it's "used" even though you never took possession of it. Much more logical to build an AR pistol, then do the Form 1, then buy this or another stock of your choice once you get your stamp in hand. EDITED, realized it was Form 4 vice 1 to buy an already built SBR.

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Excellent comment. Very good info.

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My LGS is always pushing RRAs and I just never did get the appeal.

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It is just something that you can't have that is the appeal.

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You're acting like $1500 is insane for an AR. It isn't, though I won't be buying this one any time soon.

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Kentucky Gun Company can have some good prices from time to time but their attention to customers sucks. They've had my certified check for 3 working days now and no change in order status (it says still waiting on check). I called them and after 15 minutes on hold, I hung up. I sent them an email with no response for 3 days and the answer that I finally received was wrong. Once I'm finish my current business with them, no more from me.

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They do have some good deals. But their customer service is lacking.

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So why charge 1,500 ? What is the stock really worth a thousand dollars ?

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You can build your own for less than 500

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lol but its rock river (lol moron fanboys) cheap junk with a big price but the jackasses will pay for it.

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I think BCM uses the same parts. Just a hunch, because what both of them sell single parts for is the exact same...

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An SBR that still weighs 7LB. without sights, FAIL!

Colt 6920 weighs less.

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