The lower is here! The parts kit is too… I will be working on a tutorial soon on how to build an AR15 lower receiver and I hope it will bring traffic from far and wide. This will be a complete guide for all to see and use. The Palmetto State Armory lower receiver I purchased has clean anodizing, nice rollmarks, and a magazine well that lets magazine slide right out. It is important to check the magazine well if possible when purchasing a new AR15 receiver. I have purchased two that where out of spec and magazines would not drop free from these lowers… Pretty poor luck considering I have purchased five lower receivers in my time as an AR15 builder.
Here are a few shots for your enjoyment. The lower is lovely and a screaming good deal. $79.95 is a great buy considering you cannot seem to obtain a lower for less than $120.
Update: I have assembled the lower (to be shown on a how to section coming soon) and I recommend this lower for its high quality fit and finish. You can’t beat that price either. If you had any hesitation about ordering one, don’t… it is a fine lower receiver.
I have been through the tutorial several times…What a great help!!
Could I get a complete parts list including the A1 stock and buffer system?
I can’t wait to get started!!!
If you want a complete kit… all you need to do is purchase a lower receiver parts kit. This typically includes all the parts for the lower receiver minus the butt-stock. The next thing you would need to order is the complete butt-stock kit. http://www.fulton-armory.com/buttstockassemblygroupa1newblack.aspx Fulton Armory sells the A1 stock kit as a complete set. It is hard to find a complete A1 set unless you purchase the components separately so this should be the easiest way to go. Good luck with your build!