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stevenorlando said:
Hello All!

I'm looking for a gunsmith (or maybe even one of you) to assemble an AR lower.

Country Gunsmith will not do it, Bobby doesn't wanna work with aftermarket parts.
It is not difficult to do yourself. It is fun to do.
 

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I just did mine. It is not hard at all.
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Just do it yourself. Far too easy to pay someone else to do.
 

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It will take you longer to drive someplace to drop it off then it will to assemble it. Do it yourself, if you get stuck, reach out to the many of us who have done it. Learn a bit along the way and be even more proud of your AR in the end.
 

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+1 assemble yourself, &/or buy a nice drop-in trigger which would pull great and save you even more time and puzzling.
The rest goes in w Pins 1,2,3... No gunsmithing required.
 

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Swstock said:
I bet that local "gunsmiths" will reject the job because they wont want to be seen as a "manufacturer".
I think Bobby has this thing about light triggers, which I would like to put into this one. Your statement may be true as well, since he did mention a distaste for aftermarket parts.
 

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stevenorlando said:
I think Bobby has this thing about light triggers, which I would like to put into this one. Your statement may be true as well, since he did mention a distaste for aftermarket parts.
What trigger are you using?
 
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