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Spike's Tactical Lower Receiver Parts Kit for .223/5.56 (Without Fire Control Group)

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If you've decided you need a new lower parts kit for your .223 or 5.56 AR-15, but you already know the replacement trigger or fire control group you want, don't worry. You won't waste your money on parts you don't need, because Spike's Tactical gives you their same high-quality lower parts kit but in a version without the parts that make up the fire control group. This means you can upgrade your own trigger with that high-performance one you've had your eye on, while still replacing the whole rest of your lower parts kit with solid, high-quality parts from Spike's Tactical. See below for more info.

Additional Features:

  • Spike's Pro Grip
  • Better than Mil-Spec Quality
  • Does Not Include Trigger Group

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