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1. Stripper Lower Receiver (this is an FFL item)

2. Lower Parts Kit containing:
* trgger
* trigger spring
* hammer
* hammer spring
* trigger pin
* hammer pin
* disconnector
* disconnector spring
* safety selector
* safety selector detent
* safety selector spring
* take down pin
* take down pin detent
* take down pin spring
* pivot pin
* pivot pin detent
* pivot pin spring
* magazine catch lever
* magazine catch spring
* magazine catch button
* bolt catch
* bolt catch plunger
* bolt catch spring
* bolt catch roll pin
* trigger guard
* trigger gaurd roll pin
* pistol grip
* pistol grip screw and washer
* buffer retaining pin
* buffer retaining pin spring

3. buttstock assembly which should include:
* buttstock
* receiver extension tube
* buffer
* buffer spring
* receiver end plate
* buffer tube nut

4. Complete, assembled upper receiver with barrel, OR:
* stripper upper receiver
* forward assist plunger
* forward assist spring
* forward assist roll pin
* forward assist button
* ejection port cover
* ejection port cover spring
* ejection port cover pin
* ejection port cover pin cup
* barrel (with installed barrel extension nut)
* flash hider
* flash hider peel washer
* gas block (or front sight tower gas block)
* gas block taper pins (2 pins, or 3 hex screws)
* gas tube
* gas tube pin
* barrel nut
* delta ring
* weld spring
* hand guard snap ring
* hand guard assembly (typically top piece and bottom piece, with optional heatshield)
* front sling swivel (optional)
* front sling swivel pin (optional)
* A2 front sight tower containing:
--> front sight post
--> front sight detent
--> front sight detent spring

5. Bolt Carrier Group (BCG) containing:
* bolt carrier
* bolt carrier gas key
* bolt carrier gas key screws (2)
* bolt
* extractor
* extractor spring
* extractor pin
* extractor insert
* ejector
* ejector spring
* ejector roll pin
* bolt gas rings (3)
* firing pin
* firing pin retaining pin
* cam pin
* charging handle
* charging handle latch
* charging handle latch spring
* charging handle latch pin

6. Rear sight (depends on the type of upper receiver)

7. Magazines

Did I miss anything?

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Sorry, you posted about the hamburgers while I was typing....

That should be a complete list of parts, unless I missed something (just going from memory here).

If you get a fully asssmbled BCG, then you do not need to worry about all the little parts.

Same with a fully assembled upper receiver.

Lowers are fun to assemble, should only take about 30 minutes or so if you take your time and watch TV while doing it.


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Another thing, Apopka Fl is 5 mins from my house. Can I go and pick up the receiver there or does it still have to to to FFL?
If you are buying it from a licensed firearms dealer, it will need a NICS check.

If you are buying it from across state lines, it will need a NICS check.

If you are buying from an individual, you need to check the laws there. Over here (Nevada) no NICS check is done for private sales.
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