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Thread: Mystery Box Containing Enough Parts to Build an AR15

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGral View Post


    You will need a wrench for the Castle nut, and ideally a torque wrench for the barrel nut (with a 1-1/4" crow's foot head)
    I've yet to tighten the barrel, which will use a vise block to hold it in place
    Did you pick up an armorer's wrench or is there an alternative? Trying not to invest too much in tools as this will be my first and last build

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    My schedule changed and I managed to get my mystery box today. No assembly yet. Just a mock up. Mag not included. Thanks TNA.
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    This looks great! Can't wait to see what is in mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbroomie View Post
    Did you pick up an armorer's wrench or is there an alternative? Trying not to invest too much in tools as this will be my first and last build
    https://truenortharms.com/ar15_defau...-basic-wrench/

    This is all you'd need
    I did go with the 35$ wrench, but the barrel nut doesn't need it

    That will do the flash hider and the Castle nut, cheapest option (aside from rigging something up yourself, but you can google that)

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    these seem like a ridiculous deal. i am so excited to follow this thread

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    Very nice pictures, looking forward to assembling mine.
    Just ordered some tools.

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    cool. now I wish I had the funds.
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    Now all u guys need is a set of go no go gauge.

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    This is a fun idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    you should prolly have a couple tools like punches, hammer, torque wrench, crows foot wrench, aeroshell grease, etc
    Probably not a bad idea to put together an AR builders kit that includes non standard tools, such as the ar 15 wrench, correct grease, any bits and bobs over above the standard shop tools that guys would need.

    Could probably have a basic kit with the bare bones, and a complete TEOTWAWKI tool kit that assumes you have nothing but that kit to build the AR. That Way I can include the tool kit in my ... time capsule.

    To be honest I thought building ARs was a fools errand when there were so many good factory made options out there ready to go. The forum was filled with way too many threads of people who bubba'd their builds, or selected incompatible pieces etc.

    But this mystery box actually has me interested.
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