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AR-15 Lower Receiver Group Parts

AR 15 is considered one of the best rifles to buy for customization depends upon the purpose you are planning to have it you can modify it to any extent. Below listed are the lower parts of an AR 15

· AR-15 Lower Receiver (stripped or the 80% lower receiver)
· Buttstock / Pistol brace
· Buffer buffer spring and buffer tube
· Trigger group- it entails the trigger, hammer, and dis-connector.   
· Magazine
· Trigger guard  
· Grip assembly- It is made up of the grip, grip screw, and a grip lock washer.
· Lower parts kit- It includes other smaller and essential components of an AR-15 such as detents for (Takedown, pivot, bolt catch, and safety selector), springs for (Takedown detent, pivot detent, magazine, bolt catch, and buffer retainer), pins, bolt catch, buffer retainer, and a safety selector.

Depending on your preference, you can buy some of the parts as pre-assembled. For instance, you can get a pre-assembled lower receiver, a complete trigger group, or a pre-assembled BCG.
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