AR 15 Rifle Uppers
AR 15 Rifle Uppers are the easiest way for you to expand your arsenal. All of our AR 15 Rifle Uppers come fully-assembled with the barrel, gas system, handguards, charging handle, flash hider, bolt carrier group and dust cover already installed. Investing in AR 15 Rifle Uppers is the most cost-efficient, cost-effective method to get more out of the AR-15 Parts you may already own. By owning various AR 15 Rifle Uppers, you can have a single completed lower receiver but shoot different calibers like 5.56, .223 or 300 AAC without having to invest in an entire AR-15 build. All you need to do to install the AR 15 Upper to your lower receiver and push in the takedown pins! Literally, that’s it.
We offer 5.56/.223 and 300 Blackout AR 15 Rifle Uppers that come fully assembled. You can choose from M-Lok, KeyMod and fixed front-sight assembly styles with stainless steel or black barrels and fixed front sights to give you varying options depending on your preferred shooting desires. The only other tools you will need to make your AR 15 Rifle Upper a fully-functional rifle is an 80% lower, AR-15 lower parts kit, butt stock, buffer tube and an 80% lower jig to mill out the fire control group of the lower receiver. If you already have all those parts stashed away or have a lower assembly built, then you’re good to go!
AR 15 RIFLE UPPERS FEATURES:
- No FFL Needed
- 100% MilSpec
- Comes Already Built
- Ready for Your Lower Receiver
- 5.56, .223, 300 Blackout Options Available
- Made in the USA
Your build awaits you.
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