How to Assemble a fixed buttstock on an AR-15 rifle
Follow some expert gunsmiths at Brownells as they walk you through simple procedures for customizing, repairing, and maintaining your firearms. This weapons video tutorial series will teach you how to assemble the Mil Spec fixed buttstock and telescoping lock on your own AR-15 rifle.
The AR-15 is one of the most adaptable rifle platforms in history, and building one is easier than you think. Brownells has produced a comprehensive series of easy to use web based video instructions on assembling an AR-15. They cover the all the parts, variations, subassemblies, tools and complete building of the rifle so you can feel confident to tackle this project on your own.
Broken down into short easy to follow video instructions for each step, you'll be able to watch only those segments that pertain to your rifle and not be bogged down with a lot of extra details.
In this section Brownells cover the installation of the: receiver extension, action spring, buffer, buffer retainer and spring, take down pin, and the parts of the fixed or telescoping butt stocks. The information in these clips will be valuable for installing any type of buttstock in either a mil spec or aftermarket style.
1. Assembling the Mil Spec Fixed Buttstock
2. Assembling the Mil Spec Telescoping Buttstock
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