Lapping an AR15 upper receiver ensures that the barrel is true to the upper receiver by providing a perfectly perpendicular surface for the barrel extension. This task is easily accomplished with a few simple tools and a handheld drill.
For this project, Brownells supplied us with the following:
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We headed to the range with the upper receiver we built here. This build was based on a Daniel Defense stripped M4 style carbine length gas system 16″ upper. We added a Daniel Defense Lite Rail 9.5 FSP, Larue […]