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    Where to get partial LPKs?

    I recently picked up one of those excellent Adcor billet lowers.

    http://adcordefense.com/product/bill...ower-receiver/

    I am ready to build it up and it seems that parts are now becoming more and more available. This will be my 4th AR build.

    It seems it is fairly easy to find high quality complete LPKs. However, I now have a growing collection of pistol grips and trigger guards that I will never use. I also want to build this billet lower up as DMR type rifle. Most likely I will use a high quality trigger system of some type, so I will only need all of the other lower parts. Does anyone know of a quality source for all of the other small parts for the lower outside of the trigger, hammer and associated springs?

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    Re: Where to get partial LPKs?

    Brownells carries all the parts separately.

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    Ironworks Tactical sells an LPK without a trigger group or grip. From what I understand their LPK's are from Stag...

    http://shop.ironworkstactical.com/Se...s.asp?Cat=1880

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    White Oak offers a LPK -FCG.

    A link:

    http://www.whiteoakarmament.com/xcar...cat=283&page=1

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    If you're going to do it, for God's sake do it right.

    Grant's selection of good parts available the way you want it.
    http://www.gandrtactical.com/cgi-bin...rchResult.html

    Straight Colt parts but you'll have to select all of the parts individually.
    http://www.specializedarmament.com
    Last edited by thopkins22; 08-04-13 at 17:34.

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    To all concerned.

    The custom build area is a place to show off and or ask questions about your custom build. If you are going to post pictures of your build, please post a complete picture not just your parts, partial lowers, etc....

    Also, buying an upper separate and then a lower and throwing them together does not constitute a custom build. It would also be nice if you took time to explain how you came to your decision and explain your set up. Thanks.


    Quote Originally Posted by Armati View Post
    I recently picked up one of those excellent Adcor billet lowers.

    http://adcordefense.com/product/bill...ower-receiver/

    I am ready to build it up and it seems that parts are now becoming more and more available. This will be my 4th AR build.

    It seems it is fairly easy to find high quality complete LPKs. However, I now have a growing collection of pistol grips and trigger guards that I will never use. I also want to build this billet lower up as DMR type rifle. Most likely I will use a high quality trigger system of some type, so I will only need all of the other lower parts. Does anyone know of a quality source for all of the other small parts for the lower outside of the trigger, hammer and associated springs?





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    Quote Originally Posted by thopkins22 View Post
    If you're going to do it, for God's sake do it right.

    Grant's selection of good parts available the way you want it.
    http://www.gandrtactical.com/cgi-bin...rchResult.html

    Straight Colt parts but you'll have to select all of the parts individually.
    http://www.specializedarmament.com
    From what I know the G&R LPK is terminally out of stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tzed250 View Post
    From what I know the G&R LPK is terminally out of stock.
    they have them, but only use them for their builds, or so i read.

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    Brownells sells a Colt LPK minus the trigger group and pistol grip.
    Linky: http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts...prod27064.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by zirkdog View Post
    Brownells sells a Colt LPK minus the trigger group and pistol grip.
    Linky: http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts...prod27064.aspx
    If you buy this Colt kit
    http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts...acturer_1=COLT
    A selector seperately and a proper front pivot pin you come out ahead on cost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tzed250 View Post
    From what I know the G&R LPK is terminally out of stock.
    They're not permanently unavailable, it just takes time on the waiting list - it may take longer, but it's not like they aren't moving, Grant just hasn't gotten enough of them to clear the backlog of orders for them for people willing to wait.

    I'd still go this route, even if you wind up getting the G2S (or SSA, SSA-E, etc.) trigger with it (making it a complete LPK anyway) since you mentioned wanting a DMR type rifle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TehLlama View Post
    They're not permanently unavailable, it just takes time on the waiting list - it may take longer, but it's not like they aren't moving, Grant just hasn't gotten enough of them to clear the backlog of orders for them for people willing to wait.
    How does one get on said list?

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    Palmetto has partial kits for 39.99 + Shipping . http://palmettostatearmory.com/index...rol-group.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveS View Post
    Palmetto has partial kits for 39.99 + Shipping . http://palmettostatearmory.com/index...rol-group.html
    I remembered this thread, just got my MOE+QMS PSA LPK today.. and I thought, I should point this guy to them. For $40 I think their basic LPK is a steal

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    Saw IG's post and this has been taken to PM.
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    Where to get partial LPKs?

    Where can I buy just bulk roll pins and springs and such? Rather than just lpks it would be nice to have extras on hand


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    Quote Originally Posted by XxWoodsHunterxX View Post
    Where can I buy just bulk roll pins and springs and such? Rather than just lpks it would be nice to have extras on hand


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    Brownells.

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    Where to get partial LPKs?

    Quote Originally Posted by djegators View Post
    Brownells.
    Have any ideas on where manufactures get those lpk parts from.

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