All the gunsmithing tools required to master your 80% build.
Putting together an AR kit is surprisingly easy - if you have the right tools. That's why we also provide all the gunsmithing tools, workstations, and extra bits you need to assemble any upper or lower receiver. We take all the guesswork out of finding the right tools by providing you everything you need for your lower parts kit or jig.
Chances are, you're here because you need the tools to install a lower parts kit and buffer assembly. Getting the job done requires a few basic tools that you can grab here:
Want to piece together a totally custom AR-15 upper? Swap out your existing barrel for a new barrel, or even a new caliber altogether? Grab the Wheeler AR Armorers (Essentials). The kit includes all parts required for removing a barrel nut and barrel, and properly reinstalling a new barrel with the right torque.
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