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    If you go with a kit from m&a or model 1 the upper will already be assembled for you, so you won't need the barrel wrench or barrel blocks to torque the barrel down. Sarco also has kits but I don't think the uppers are put together.

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    Doing an AR I would not have to deal with any drilling or tapping or taking things appart like I would with an AK build from a parts kit would I?
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    Nope, just get the parts in order and start putting them together. That's way I even say assemble instead of build.

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    In the world of the alphabet boys it is technically a build. You are turning a stripped receiver into a rifle. If you were doing it for resale it would now be subject to a Federal excise tax, which you must pay.

    While in the sense of rolling your own AK, it is definitely an assembly. LOL
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    just a idea,
    have the ffl dude list the reciver as a pistol when transfering that way you can build a pistol or sell reciver for a pistol build. muttman

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