MPN: APRH100081C


  • Mil-Spec
  • Made in the U.S.A.


  • Material: Steel
  • Weight: 0.45 oz.


  • AR-15 and AR-10


This receiver end plate is designed for use with AR15 carbines that have a carbine buffer tube. The end plate by Aero Precision is designed with mil-spec qualifications and is manufactured in the United States. This AR15 end plate is equipped with the engagement tab required to align the buffer tube with the lower receiver on your AR carbine. The superior manufacturing processes used by Aero Precision will help ensure flat surfaces and precise edges for a perfect fit with this AR15 end plate.

Aero Precision takes pride in manufacturing firearm parts to the highest standards in the industry. From start to finish, they use the best manufacturing processes to ensure that you receive only the very best parts for your AR15 rifle. This receiver end plate is made to these same rigorous standards.

Building your own AR15 rifle is a pleasant and rewarding experience. The modular design of this firearm platform makes it ideal for law enforcement operations and those who use their AR15s in sporting competitions. The AR is ideal for hunting, recreational shooting, and self-defense. The AR platform is the most popular among gun owners in American for its accuracy, flexibility, and modularity. No other firearm on the market meets these three qualifications as well as the AR15.

Many AR builders say that it is easy to build a complete rifle from parts you can purchase online. Contrary to what you might think, it is really not that difficult. Some people enjoy the challenge of figuring the assembly process out on their own. Others prefer to enlist the help of knowledgeable friends or family members. Whatever your preferred mode of assembly, a well-made AR15 end plate will help add the finishing touches to your AR15 build.

Installation Safety Tip

As always, use caution when handling a firearm. Treat it as though it is loaded and ready to fire at all times and never disassemble an AR15 without double-checking to be sure that it is unloaded. Once a bullet is fired, it can never be taken back. Tragic accidents can be avoided by following safe firearm handling procedures.

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