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The first time I assembled an AR-10 from parts and subassemblies, I didn’t have a lot of AR-10 specific documentation and part and assembly descriptions didn’t provide all of the information required to make informed assembly decisions. When closing up, the A2 extension tube went on, as did the buffer retainer, buffer spring and buffer…

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