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:
The Wilson Combat’s Tactical Rail Interface, Modular (T.R.I.M.) rail provides shooters with a sleek, lightweight, free-floating forearm for their AR15 type rifles. The T.R.I.M. rail is constructed of 6005A-T5 aluminum, with a 4130 steel barrel nut […]
Rifleshooter.com takes a look at the VTAC Sling I have been buying and trying different tactcial slings for nearly two decades. I’ve gone from two point, to three point, to single point, right back around […]
While ambidextrous selector switches aren’t new to AR-15, the Battle Arms Development Ambidextrous Safety Selector (BAD-ASS) does offer new features providing shooters with the option to choose between six different lever designs for 36-possible combinations. Offering […]