Honeoye Falls, NY –(Ammoland.com)- GUNSTRUCTION is an online 3D AR15 builder that allows you to build and customize your own AR15 from a collection of over 700 parts from 38 real world manufacturers!
We launched the open beta at the beginning of September and your response has been overwhelmingly positive.
We have been tirelessly adding parts and features and we’re just getting started! Special thanks to everyone who has taken the time to send feature requests and bug reports!
Over the past two months we have added a number of community requested features including modular hand guards, a low-res version for people with older computers, and duplicating and removing parts from your rifle. In addition to features, we have grown our manufacturer list from 20 to roughly 40 trusted brands. The latest companies to join the project include Armalite, VLTOR, Midwest Industries, Tango Down, and Smith Enterprises!
For anyone who has not had the chance to try GUNSTRUCTION out, you may do so at http://www.ar15.com/
If you need help using the application, make sure to check out our collection of tutorial videos here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
GUNSTRUCTION is setup to thrive off the community. So if you like what you see, let us know. If you hate it, let us know. If you can’t wait for more, let us know! You can leave us some feedback in http://www.ar15.com/forums/f_
AR15.com and GUNSTRUCTION are aggressively adding new companies and parts to the builder every day, and we will be keeping it fresh with new parts and features. Our teams have worked really hard on something we love to use, and together with your help we will build the ultimate tool for planning out and realizing your future builds!
AR15.Com originated in 1996 as a mailing list for firearm enthusiasts. As the years passed and interest grew, a website came into existence to present those same enthusiasts with a means to collect, share, and explore information. Shortly afterwards, a bulletin board was added to create a more interactive experience for the growing list of users. The site was still in it’s infancy, but was growing in popularity. Visit: www.ar15.com