Video of the Week: Budget AR15 For $458.98 Complete 2013

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For those interested in putting together an AR on a budget – this is certainly an interesting project. I am getting ready myself to start my first AR build. What is featured in the video is not the ultimate AR – but just a good demonstration of what possible. – Rourke


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7 Comments

  1. Can any one tell the name of the store or e store where the dude bought the ar kit?
    My hearing is not what it used to be and I cannot make out where he say he bought it from.
    Thanks
    thatAway

  2. hey Boss… ultimate! Sure is! Mine is a simple flat top with an Eotec and standard stock. not another bell or whistle attached. building another flat top with a simple $99.oo RS25 red dot and basic rear pop up. KISSkisskiss. Thanks Rourke… good info.

  3. Interesting! I e-mailed a letter to PalmettoState, some time ago asking information about their product. I received an automated answer that some one would soon answer my inquiry. Since then nothing.

  4. I own a PSA AR15 and it is a great rifle. Very well thought of here in Southeast US and super value for the money. Their HQ is in Columbia,SC and that’s where they are made. I would not hesitate to buy another one from them and certainly recommend them.

  5. I had to watch this thru twice to be sure that all parts are included at this price.
    Grab one. I would recommend that if you are going to do a build get an 80% receiver and the jig and tooling. That would add about $190 to this build, but it would be off the radar, eliminating the FFL transfer. Regards, D.

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