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“The Workbench AR15 Project”
- published by Paladin Press
Click cover for greater detail This 80-page book will guide you through all the step-by-step processes necessary to finish an 80% complete AR15 casting or forging*, into a complete rifle that requires no Government paperwork! Loaded with almost 80 photographs, and clear and concise instructions, D.A. Hänks shows all the details and tools required to finish one of these partially complete lowers into a working firearm. With practice, you can complete one in only a little over 8 hours!
Price - $19.00
The AR15 rifle is one of the most versatile firearms ever made. The basic design of a barreled upper receiver separate from the lower receiver allows the shooter to have one lower receiver and several uppers to suit a variety of needs, essentially creating several rifles from one. Upper receivers are available in calibers ranging from .22 LR to .50 BMG, meaning one AR15 can be configured into a rifle that can plink tin cans off a fence, or hit targets at fifteen hundred yards out.
Now home builders have a way to create their own multipurpose AR15 with common tools at a fraction of the cost of buying each rifle separately. By purchasing a partially completed lower receiver (available from a number of outlets) and following the step-by-step instructions in this book, anyone with a small workshop can make his own AR15 for target shooting, hunting, collecting, or self defense. Because the resulting rifle is classified as a homebuilt firearm by the BATF, there is no legal requirement to register it with the Government, making it the ultimate expression of a free, law-abiding citizen's right to keep and bear arms.
The Workbench AR15 contains the easiest, most straightforward method to complete the job, as well as a number of improvised techniques, advice on substitute parts, and simple ways to fix mistakes as you go.
Author D.A. Hänks walks you through the entire process- staying legal, finishing the lower receiver, assembling all the parts, and test firing your completed rifle- with clear text and detailed photos.
These photographs show actual home-built rifles being fired! See full-size photos for more detail, and additional pictures of other rifles built on these receivers, including .50 BMG!
Other future titles will include a book for the advanced home firearms builder, to create the solid brass AR15 lower receiver pictured here. It will require no machining, as a unique method for building the difficult areas normally machined out is explained in detail.