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Ar-15 build

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by solowars, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. solowars

    solowars Lake oswego New Member

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    I finally got wind that my RRA Order is on its way after almost 6 months of waiting:D

    Im just wondering if their is anyone close to Lake Oswego that is building a lower and or is willing to let me watch/help me build mine. I know its not rocket science but i dont want to put any idiot marks on it.


    So heres the list of parts :thumbup:

    RRA EOP 24" VARMINT UPPER
    RRA LOWER PARTS KIT WITH ERGO TACTICAL GRIP UPGRADE
    RRA A2 BUTTSTOCK ASSEMBLY
    RRA WINTER TRIGGER GUARD
    SPIKES TACTICAL STRIPPED LOWER (PUNISHER SKULL ON MAGWELL)
     
  2. RallySoob

    RallySoob Salem, OR Active Member

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    Nice! Did you go with the RRA 2 stage trigger? It's one of the best for the money no doubt.

    Here is step by step instructions to assembling an AR from scratch. The lower is the easiest part. Everything you need to know is in there. There are some videos of the process on youtube if you want to Watch it be done

    http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&f=4&t=226782
     
  3. solowars

    solowars Lake oswego New Member

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    Now i didnt get the 2 stage, Im going with a timney skeleton 3lb. Ive heard really good stuff about thier triggers plus i like the way it looks.

    Yeah ive been watching all the videos the last couple days so im sure it wont be a problem, Just would be nice to have someone that knows what thier doing standing right there.
     
  4. RallySoob

    RallySoob Salem, OR Active Member

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    Those Timney triggers are awesome looking. I almost bought one for my tactikool AR build but read they are a little finicky so I kept the RRA Stage 2. Geissele Triggers perform the best according to everyone and their dog. Might want to check them out...
    http://www.geissele.com/