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    Post Maccabee Defense SLR Parts Buyer's Guide

    Over the the weekend we put together a guide for choosing parts to complete a Maccabee SLR receiver set.

    We walk you through all the essential components and what options you have for basic or upgraded versions.

    This will likely stimulate some ideas and make sure you don't miss anything.
    Most of the info applies to the AR-15 as well but we are seeing a lot of new people who never touched an AR getting interested because it's a non-restricted platform.

    Feedback or requests for additions, or corrections are appreciated.

    see it here

    this is what it might look like on a mobile phone or tiny laptop:
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    Thanks for this. I was going over in my head what parts I still need looking at my AR’s but this makes it easier.

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    I'm curious how the upper and lower are attached to each other? I was reading the Parts Buyer's Guide and the only info I could find was "Takedown Pin and Pivot Pin - not required for the SLR due to its unique takedown design."
    It's not denial. I'm just very selective about the reality I accept.

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    I think I saw a video on FB and they slide. Didn't watch it but it started autoplaying

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer76 View Post
    I'm curious how the upper and lower are attached to each other? I was reading the Parts Buyer's Guide and the only info I could find was "Takedown Pin and Pivot Pin - not required for the SLR due to its unique takedown design."
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oesmTr5xtHE

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    There’s a captured bolt at the front of the magwell then you simply slide the upper off the lower.

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    By default it's a loose stainless steel socket cap screw in hex drive. MDI is working on a captive takedown pin kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    By default it's a loose stainless steel socket cap screw in hex drive. MDI is working on a captive takedown pin kit.
    Thanks for your reply. Is this something that can be replaced? Over time screw head get damaged or threads get stripped.
    It's not denial. I'm just very selective about the reality I accept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer76 View Post
    Thanks for your reply. Is this something that can be replaced? Over time screw head get damaged or threads get stripped.
    I'm pretty sure it's an off the shelf screw but I will verify once I get a sample
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