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1/22/2020 12:12:56 PM
Posted: 11/21/2012 1:39:35 PM EST
1. When you purchase the stripped lower for a AR15 pistol, on the form does it get marked as "other" or "pistol" ?

2. Does anyone know of a company that sells/offers a good AR15 pistol upper kit?

3. Which would be better a 7.5" barrel or a 10.5" barrel or does it really matter?(cycling issues on a 7.5" barrel?)


Thanks in advance.
Link Posted: 11/21/2012 2:32:18 PM EST
Originally Posted By Christopher67:
1. When you purchase the stripped lower for a AR15 pistol, on the form does it get marked as "other" or "pistol" ?

2. Does anyone know of a company that sells/offers a good AR15 pistol upper kit?

3. Which would be better a 7.5" barrel or a 10.5" barrel or does it really matter?(cycling issues on a 7.5" barrel?)


Thanks in advance.

All stripped receivers should be marked "other" and be described as "receiver", "frame", "stripped receiver" or similar description (ie, description line should not be "rifle" or "pistol" etc).

The shorter you go with the barrel length, the more temperamental the build. So IMO an 11.5, or 10.5, versus a 7.5.
Link Posted: 11/21/2012 2:33:50 PM EST

Originally Posted By Gamma762:
Originally Posted By Christopher67:
1. When you purchase the stripped lower for a AR15 pistol, on the form does it get marked as "other" or "pistol" ?

2. Does anyone know of a company that sells/offers a good AR15 pistol upper kit?

3. Which would be better a 7.5" barrel or a 10.5" barrel or does it really matter?(cycling issues on a 7.5" barrel?)


Thanks in advance.

All stripped receivers should be marked "other" and be described as "receiver", "frame", "stripped receiver" or similar description (ie, description line should not be "rifle" or "pistol" etc).

The shorter you go with the barrel length, the more temperamental the build. So IMO an 11.5, or 10.5, versus a 7.5.


Awesome thanks for the info.
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