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    Colt (or equal) LPKs

    I'd like to stock up on a couple of lower parts kits to have a good supply of various spare parts. Does anyone sell Colt LPKs, or equal quality LPKs with the bureaucrat pins?

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    S.A.W. does.

    http://www.specializedarmament.com/c...Parts-4-0.html

    That's the only place I know of off the top of my head. I'm sure there are others, though.

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    Ouch, $175! I knew SAW was proud of their stuff, but that's a tough pill to swallow. Obviously, since I bought the Colt rifles to begin with I'm not averse to spending money to get good gear, but that seems excessive even to me.

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    Rob,

    I have found the CMT/ Stag LPK to be excellent...:

    http://jtacsupply.com/catalog/lower-parts-p-147.html



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    Quote Originally Posted by MaceWindu View Post
    Rob,

    I have found the CMT/ Stag LPK to be excellent...:

    http://jtacsupply.com/catalog/lower-parts-p-147.html



    Mace
    I've heard good things about them too, but do they have the Colt large pin kits available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob_s View Post
    I'd like to stock up on a couple of lower parts kits to have a good supply of various spare parts. Does anyone sell Colt LPKs, or equal quality LPKs with the bureaucrat pins?
    Look at Brownells, particularly if you get the dealer discount.

    I've done fairly well on EE over the years. YMMV.
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    "How much need does the average civilian need for patrolling techniques” LAV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Submariner View Post
    Look at Brownells, particularly if you get the dealer discount.
    From the schematic it appears that they do sell everything, but I'd have to cherry-pic the parts and frankly I'd prefer to just get them all as a LPK just to be sure that everything is there.

    ETA:
    I went ahead and added everything they had listed except the acuwedge, pistol grip, and 9MM parts, and this is what I came up with (with discount)
    160-308-100 SP62301 BOLT CATCH FOR 223/7.62 MODELS $16.00 $16.00 In Stock
    160-308-102 SP95105 BOLT CATCH PIN $4.08 $4.08 In Stock
    160-308-103 SP62178 BOLT CATCH PLUNGER $2.80 $2.80 In Stock
    160-308-104 SP62177 BOLT CATCH SPRING $4.08 $4.08 In Stock
    160-308-110 SP61582 BUFFER RETAINER $7.01 $7.01 In Stock
    160-308-111 SP61694 BUFFER RETAINER SPRING $4.08 $4.08 In Stock
    160-304-031 SP61564 EJECTOR FOR .223 & 7.62 MODELS $3.52 $3.52 In Stock
    160-304-032 SP61569 EJECTOR SPRING/SELECTOR SPRING $3.52 $3.52 In Stock
    160-308-146 SP61785 FIRE CONTROL SELECTOR DETENT $3.02 $3.02 In Stock
    160-308-112 SP61604 MAG CATCH $12.49 $12.49 In Stock
    160-308-130 SP62032 MAG RELEASE BUTTON $5.38 $5.38 In Stock
    160-308-131 SP61759 MAG RELEASE BUTTON SPRING $3.02 $3.02 In Stock
    160-308-151 SP90001 PISTOL GRIP LOCK WASHER $3.51 $3.51 In Stock
    160-308-152 SP64554 PISTOL GRIP SCREW $4.56 $4.56 In Stock
    160-308-121 SP66818 RECEIVER PIVIT PIN,.250" $7.02 $7.02 In Stock
    160-308-120 SP66819 RECEIVER PIVOT PIN SCREW $8.37 $8.37 In Stock
    160-308-140 SP61655 TAKE DOWN PIN $9.16 $9.16 In Stock
    160-308-115 SP61698 TAKEDOWN PIN DETENT $3.50 $3.50 In Stock
    160-308-114 SP61692 TAKEDOWN PIN DETENT SPRING $4.08 $4.08 In Stock
    160-308-136 SP61970 TRIGGER GUARD ASSEMBLY $14.01 $14.01 In Stock
    160-303-021 SP95101 WIND DRUM & TRIGGER GUARD PIN $2.84 $2.84 In Stock
    160-308-135 SP95106 TRIGGER GUARD PIVOT PIN $2.82 $2.82 In Stock
    160-308-138 SP61531 TRIGGER GUARD SPRING $2.82 $2.82 In Stock
    160-308-109 SP61250 TRIGGER GUARD PLUNGER $1.76 $1.76 In Stock
    Total Amount : $133.45

    Still not cheap, but at least less than SAW.

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    You might also try...

    Hoplite, Inc. P.O. Box 6599 Sheperdsville, KY 40165 502-955-5014
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    "How much need does the average civilian need for patrolling techniques” LAV

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    taken from brownells via the aforementioned link.

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    160-308-151 Pistol Grip Lock Washer $4.39


    That's one spendy ass lock washer!!! Yikes!!
    I understand what genuine Colt parts mean, but that's a little too far out there, it must be unobtanium.

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    I never did wind up ordering all those parts. Thought I'd bump this in the meantime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock-N-Ruin View Post
    taken from brownells via the aforementioned link.

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    160-308-151 Pistol Grip Lock Washer $4.39


    That's one spendy ass lock washer!!! Yikes!!
    I understand what genuine Colt parts mean, but that's a little too far out there, it must be unobtanium.
    Yes, but for those who wish to, "Keep their Colt a Colt," there's no other option.

    [shrug]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellery Holt View Post
    Yes, but for those who wish to, "Keep their Colt a Colt," there's no other option.

    [shrug]
    Ohhhhhhhhhh, I agree 100% but I just have a little trouble justifying the cost of a lock washer when it's just a washer that colt had mass produced by another company anyway.. Just my opinion.. I think the rest of the LPK I would pay extra for, but I would probably be just as happy/safe with a SS lock washer from Lowes for $00.13.. JMO.... J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellery Holt View Post
    Yes, but for those who wish to, "Keep their Colt a Colt," there's no other option.

    [shrug]
    huh? Colt makes that lock washer or roll pin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuicideHz View Post
    huh? Colt makes that lock washer or roll pin?
    No, but you should see the quality control inspections that Colt puts them through. If it's just a range gun then sure, use a Tier-Two or Tier-Three washer. But for the guys who have to trust their lives... well, you know how the rest goes.


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    some of those Colt parts prices are just to silly for words!

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    Colt inspects the washer under the grip screw and the roll pins?

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    Check out what it'd cost you to assemble an entire Colt M16 bolt group!
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    I am working on a LMT LPK (less the trigger and A2 grip) if anyone is interested.



    C4

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    Quote Originally Posted by C4IGrant View Post
    I am working on a LMT LPK (less the trigger and A2 grip) if anyone is interested.



    C4
    Only if it has the Colt diameter pins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C4IGrant View Post
    I am working on a LMT LPK (less the trigger and A2 grip) if anyone is interested.



    C4

    i may be.

    are we talking for sale?

    forgive me,just to be clear for my sake....

    that would include all of the lower internal parts?

    approx how much?

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