SBA3 MOE Pistol Lower Build Kit

$249.99
$199.99
SKU:
SBA3-MOE-LBK

Description

Looking for the perfect way to finish acquiring the parts you need to build you AR pistol? Then we have the perfect kit for you. This pistol lower build kit comes with everything you need to finish off the bottom half of your AR pistol! You get a lower parts kit with an upgraded trigger, Magpul MOE grip and trigger guard, plus a complete mil-spec 5-position carbine buffer tube assembly and a SB Tactical SBA3 Adjustable Pistol Brace. The upgraded trigger is substantially smoother than mil-spec and a great economical upgrade. This super crisp single stage government-style fire control group has finely polished contact surfaces topped off with a silky smooth nickel boron finish.
No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

Shipping Restrictions

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