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AR15 Cleaning Fixture
AR15 CLEANING FIXTURE
Our Price: $16.95 Free Shipping

AR15 Cleaning Fixture / Free Shipping

Cleaning an AR15 from the chamber to the muzzle can be tricky.  But 223plus has an AR15 cleaning fixture that holds the upper/lower receiver apart and stops any movement.  With this device you do not have to separate the upper form the lower. The Cleaning fixture uses the rear locking pin and rear locking pin hole and installs in seconds.  Made with 6061 Aluminum in USA


ALG AR15 Trigger
ALG QMS TRIGGER
Our Price: $50.95

Out of Stock with free Shipping: If your building a lower or want to enhance the accuracy of your AR15. And don’t want a hard and gritty mil spec trigger or a high dollar drop in, then this is a great trigger for you. Trigger/hammer kits feature rugged military-type components carefully polished to give a smoother trigger pull while maintaining the original geometry for maximum reliability. Can be used with DPMS style AR10 lower.

The QMS (Quality Mil-Spec Trigger) pull is smoother than a stock trigger. This is accomplished by honing the sear surfaces smooth while not removing metal below the valleys of the stock surface finish.

Hammer/trigger are made from true 8620 alloy steel military specification casting, correctly carburized, quenched and tempered for high surface hardness.

Disconnnector is 1070 high-carbon steel properly Austempered into the spring range of hardness.

Hammer/trigger pins are improved over stock mild steel by using 4140 chrome-moly steel that has been quenched and tempered. Pins are centerless ground to a fine finish and a diameter 0.001 larger than stock to reduce play in the trigger assembly while retaining a slip fit into the lower receiver.

Springs are corrosion resistant and meet military specifications. A full force hammer spring is used for positive ignition of all types of ammunition.

Kit contain trigger, trigger spring, hammer, hammer spring, disconnnector, disconnnector spring, hammer and trigger pins, and instructions. Geissele Automatics.


ALG AR15 ACT TRIGGER
AGL ACT TRIGGER
Our Price: $69.95

Out of Stock: If your building a lower or want to enhance the accuracy of your AR15. And don’t want a hard and gritty mil spec trigger or a high dollar drop in, then this is a great trigger for you and comes with. Trigger/hammer kits feature rugged military-type components carefully polished and coated to give a smoother trigger pull while maintaining the original geometry for maximum reliability. Can be used with DPMS style AR10 lower.

The ACT (ALG Combat Trigger) adds Nickel-Boron coating on the trigger. Nickel-Teflon coating on the hammer, disconnnector and pins to increase surface hardness and reduce friction, with an average pull weight of about 5.5 lbs.

Hammer/trigger are made with 8620 alloy steel military specification casting, correctly carburized, quenched and tempered for high surface hardness.

Disconnnector is 1070 high-carbon steel properly Austempered into the spring range of hardness.

Hammer/trigger pins are improved over stock mild steel by using 4140 chrome-moly steel that has been quenched and tempered. Pins are centerless ground to a fine finish and a diameter 0.001 larger than stock to reduce play in the trigger assembly while retaining a slip fit into the lower receiver. Both pins are Nickel-Teflon coated.

Springs are corrosion resistant and meet military specifications. A full force hammer spring is used for positive ignition of all types of ammunition.

Kit contain trigger, trigger spring, hammer, hammer spring, disconnnector, disconnnector spring, hammer and trigger pins, and instructions.

AR15 80% Lower Receiver,ar15.
AR15 80 percent Lower Receiver Forged 7075 T6 Forged
Our Price: $84.95

In Stock with Free Shipping: AR15 80 percent 7075 T6 Forged Lower Receiver. CNC machined to mill-spec tolerances with bead blasted finish. This is not a complete lower receiver and not FFL item. To complete a 80 percent lower you need to use a 80 percent AR-15 Jig.

You are building the weapon yourself for your own personal use. Receiver still requires machining to be done. This is legal under the Gun Control Act of 1968. This is on the ATF website under their FAQ page, http://www.atfgov/firearms/faq/firearns-technology.html

Customer is responsible for compliance with local state and federal regulations regarding any products sold on our website.

You Must Legally be allowed to possess a firearm

If you live in CA, you need to be careful to follow the laws related to the Assault Weapons Ban. In general, if you build AR-15 style rifle with a pistol grip, you will need a "bullet button". There are configurations that do not require a bullet button. For more info on following CA Laws, Calguns.net has a very helpful flowchart: www.calguns.net/caawid


For more information contact: dan.billups@223targets.com

80 percent AR15 Lower receiver jig
80 percent AR15 LOWER RECEIVER JIG
Our Price: $94.95

In Stock with Free Shipping: Jig is use to finish your AR15 80 percent Lower Receiver. Includes both Milling plates, Drill Press Plate and needed drill bits.

Part’s Included:

1 –Steel Milling Plate 1
1 – Steel Milling Plate 2
1 – Steel Drill Press Plate
1 – 5/32 Drill Bit

4 – 10-24 x 1/2 Bolts
1 – 1/4 – 20 x 1 3/4 Bolt
1 – 1/4 – 20 x1 1/2 Bolt
1 - 31/64" Drill Bit
1 – 3/8″ Drill Bit
1 – 7/16″ Drill Bit

1 - 1/8" Drill Bit
Instructions

Customer is responsible for compliance with local state and federal regulations regarding any products sold on our website.

You Must Legally be allowed to possess a firearm

If you live in CA, you need to be careful to follow the laws related to the Assault Weapons Ban. In general, if you build AR-15 style rifle with a pistol grip, you will need a "bullet button". There are configurations that do not require a bullet button. For more info on following CA Laws, Calguns.net has a very helpful flowchart: www.calguns.net/caawid


Tips: I like to drill the trigger pin and safety holes after I finish drilling or milling the magazine well and safety pocket. This leaves very little material to drill though to deflect the drill bit off center. If you 80 percent lower does not have the rear take down pin already machined. Just extend the safety pocket (but only 9/16” deep) out using the 7/16” drill bit until you are 1/8” from the buffer retaining pin hole and stop. Instructions for this operation included.


For receivers that are not anodized, one product that you can use is Brownells Aluma-Hyde II for your finish. We found this product to be surprisingly tough and easy to use. The only drawback is the curing time, 14 days. Brownells website has instruction videos on using Aluma-Hyde and other like Cerakote.


From Shot Gun News

An 80 percent receiver is simply one that is not finished enough to be considered a firearm by the ATF. To the Feds it is a chunk of aluminum and can be purchased online without an FFL. You can finish it for your personal use as long as you may legally own a firearm but you can’t sell it unless you’re a licensed manufacturer.

Finishing a lower requires a milling machine or drill press, a fixture if you choose the drill press method, some drills and end mills and very basic machine skills.

I think most people tackle a project like this because they like making their own stuff. It’s the sense of accomplishment more than anything else. It’s going one step further than simply assembling a rifle kit from finished parts..

Finishing one of these receivers on my Grizzly Mill/Drill was not a big chore. AR-15 lower receiver blueprints are readily available online, and my main concern was calculating the dimensions from the drawings correctly. The holes for the selector (3/8″) and trigger and hammer pins (5/32″) were drilled first and they must be precisely positioned for proper function of the fire control group.

Once the holes were done, it was simply a matter of milling out the receiver pocket with a long 7/16″ end mill and finally cutting the slot for the trigger with a long 5/16″ end mill. Inside dimensions of the pocket are not super critical, and a few thousandths error probably won’t be noticed.

One error I made was not cutting the rear channel deep enough into the buffer tube threads, and when I checked the fit of an upper receiver the takedown pin wouldn’t quite line up. I milled in a little more clearance and the problem was solved. I would rate finishing one of these receivers on a mill as well within the capabilities of any hobbyist with basic machine skills.

Finishing a lower on a drill press is also possible. You will need a fixture that consists of plates that clamp around the receiver to guide the drills and end mills. With the side plates drilled for correct positioning of the trigger pin, hammer pin and selector holes.

Three separate top plates are included for different steps of the machining process and a tool kit is available with the fixture which includes the drills and end mills you will need. Most of the aluminum is removed by drilling overlapping holes with progressively larger drills.

It is important to be able to set the depth on your drill press accurately with a dial caliper.

Test-fit an upper receiver to the lower when you think it is finished to make sure the takedown pin holes line up and the upper slides into position easily. Also, test fit a standard mil-spec hammer, trigger and selector to check function of the fire control group.

This article is simply a quick overview of how an 80 percent lower is finished. For a more detailed discussion of the process including finishing a receiver on a drill press look for my full-length article in an upcoming issue of the Guns & Ammo Book Of The AR-15.




AR15 80 percent Forged Lower Receiver Anodized with Built in Trigger Guard.
AR15 80 percent Lower Receiver Forged 7075 T6
Our Price: $110.00

In Stock 04/16/14: Premium AR15 80 percent 7075-T6 Forged Aluminum Lower Receiver. Precision machined to mil-spec tolerances from solid 7075 forged aluminum. Anodized finish with Built in Trigger Guard, Fire / Safety engraved and threaded upper receiver lock. Front of Mag Well ribbed for better grip.

This is not a complete lower receiver and not FFL item. To complete a 80 percent lower you need to use a 80 percent AR-15 Jig.

You are building the weapon yourself for your own personal use. This is not a complete receiver and still requires machining to be done. This is legal under the Gun Control Act of 1968. This is on the ATF website under their FAQ page, http://www.atfgov/firearms/faq/firearns-technolog...

Customer is responsible for compliance with local state and federal regulations regarding any products sold on our website.

You Must Legally be allowed to possess a firearm

If you live in CA, you need to be careful to follow the laws related to the Assault Weapons Ban. In general, if you build AR-15 style rifle with a pistol grip, you will need a "bullet button". There are configurations that do not require a bullet button. For more info on following CA Laws, Calguns.net has a very helpful flowchart: www.calguns.net/caawid

Lower Receiver Assembly Instructions from AR15.com
http://www.ar15.com/content/guides/assembly/lower...

For more information contact: dan.billups@223targets.com

80 percent AR15 Lower receiver jig.
80 percent AR15 LOWER RECEIVER JIG
Our Price: $119.95

In Stock with Free Shipping: Jig is use to finish your AR15 80 percent Lower Receiver. Includes Mill plate, Drill Press Plate and Trigger Hole Plate. Comes with Drill Bushings for the Trigger Pin and Safety holes.

Part’s Included:

1 - Jig with drill bushing for the Trigger pin and Safety holes.
1 - Mill Plate.
1 - Drill Plate.
1 - Trigger hole Plate.
1 - Instructions.

Customer is responsible for compliance with local state and federal regulations regarding any products sold on our website.

If you live in CA, you need to be careful to follow the laws related to the Assault Weapons Ban. In general, if you build AR-15 style rifle with a pistol grip, you will need a "bullet button". There are configurations that do not require a bullet button. For more info on following CA Laws, Calguns.net has a very helpful flowchart: www.calguns.net/caawid


Tips: I like to drill the trigger pin and safety holes after I finish drilling or milling the magazine well and safety pocket. This leaves very little material to drill though to deflect the drill bit off center.


For receivers that are not anodized, one product that you can use is Brownells Aluma-Hyde II for your finish. We found this product to be surprisingly tough and easy to use. The only drawback is the curing time, 14 days. Brownells website has instruction videos on using Aluma-Hyde and other like Cerakote.



An 80 percent receiver is simply one that is not finished enough to be considered a firearm by the ATF. To the Feds it is a chunk of aluminum and can be purchased online without an FFL. You can finish it for your personal use as long as you may legally own a firearm but you can’t sell it unless you’re a licensed manufacturer.

Finishing a lower requires a milling machine or drill press, a fixture if you choose the drill press method, some drills and end mills and very basic machine skills.

I think most people tackle a project like this because they like making their own stuff. It’s the sense of accomplishment more than anything else. It’s going one step further than simply assembling a rifle kit from finished parts..

Finishing one of these receivers on my Grizzly Mill/Drill was not a big chore. AR-15 lower receiver blueprints are readily available online, and my main concern was calculating the dimensions from the drawings correctly. The holes for the selector (3/8″) and trigger and hammer pins (5/32″) were drilled first and they must be precisely positioned for proper function of the fire control group.

Once the holes were done, it was simply a matter of milling out the receiver pocket with a long 7/16″ end mill and finally cutting the slot for the trigger with a long 5/16″ end mill. Inside dimensions of the pocket are not super critical, and a few thousandths error probably won’t be noticed.

One error I made was not cutting the rear channel deep enough into the buffer tube threads, and when I checked the fit of an upper receiver the takedown pin wouldn’t quite line up. I milled in a little more clearance and the problem was solved. I would rate finishing one of these receivers on a mill as well within the capabilities of any hobbyist with basic machine skills.

Finishing a lower on a drill press is also possible. You will need a fixture that consists of plates that clamp around the receiver to guide the drills and end mills. With the side plates drilled for correct positioning of the trigger pin, hammer pin and selector holes.

Three separate top plates are included for different steps of the machining process and a tool kit is available with the fixture which includes the drills and end mills you will need. Most of the aluminum is removed by drilling overlapping holes with progressively larger drills.

It is important to be able to set the depth on your drill press accurately with a dial caliper.

Test-fit an upper receiver to the lower when you think it is finished to make sure the takedown pin holes line up and the upper slides into position easily. Also, test fit a standard mil-spec hammer, trigger and selector to check function of the fire control group.

This article is simply a quick overview of how an 80 percent lower is finished. For a more detailed discussion of the process including finishing a receiver on a drill press look for my full-length article in an upcoming issue of the Guns & Ammo Book Of The AR-15.