AR15: Practical, Tactical, or Tacti-Cool
Don’t get confused just because it’s hard to know which of the untold number of AR accessories are best for your purpose. Your instructor, Master Gunsmith Sgt. Mark Foster, has over 30 years of gunsmithing experience.
He is also a 20 year veteran of the Sheriff’s Department where he is the Chief Armorer and Training Officer. He shows you many examples of triggers, grips, optics, lights, rails, barrels, stocks, muzzle brakes, compensators, flash-hiders, sights, handguards, gas systems and more. For each category he outlines what works well, tells you what to avoid, and explains why. His daily field experience combined with his armorer experience working on fellow officers weapons gives him practical knowledge regarding the reliability and functionality of each of these options.
80% LOWER AR-15
This course takes you through the complete process of milling or drilling an ”80%” AR lower into a functioning AR component. The instructor shows multiple fixtures and lowers, both polymer and aluminum, from which you can produce your own functioning AR lower receiver.
The tools, including mill and drill press, necessary are shown and the “build” procedure explained. *This product is entirely legal to build and own under current (2015) BATFE rules. It is your responsibility to determine its legality under your own state and local laws.
“How-To” AR-15 Trigger Job
The AR-15 is used extensively in both professional shooting matches and CMP and National Match style competitions around the country. The heavy barrel Flat Top models also make excellent varmint rifles.
Whether you are shooting in formal competitions, hunting, or just plinking, you want a good, clean, safe trigger pull. This course will show you how to accomplish your goal.
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