Gun Deal: PMA 10.5″ Carbine-Length 5.56NATO Pistol Kit SB3A Brace $529.99 CODE 20%OFF

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PMA 10.5" Carbine-Length 5.56NATO Pistol Kit SB3A Brace Deal
PMA 10.5″ Carbine-Length 5.56NATO Pistol Kit SB3A Brace Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Our friends at Picket’s Mill Armory have extended our exclusive 20% OFF coupon code to all their AR15 pistol & rifle build kit packages. At check out, you can grab one for as cheap as $529.99 with BCG and charge handle, with code “AMMOLAND20” for all the parts to complete your stripped lower. You save over $130.00!

PMA 10.5″ CARBINE-LENGTH 5.56 NATO NITRIDE 10″ M-LOK SBA3 PISTOL KIT WITH B5 SYSTEMS GRIPBuy Now Gun Deals

MFR#: PMA105N55610TFB5KIT

  • Barrel Length: 10.5″
  • Barrel Profile: Medium
  • Gas System: Carbine-length
  • Barrel Steel: 4150V Chrome Moly Vanadium
  • Barrel Finish: Phosphate
  • Chrome Lining: No
  • Muzzle Thread: 1/2×28
  • Chamber: 5.56 NATO
  • Twist Rate: 1:7
  • Barrel Extension: M4
  • Diameter at Gas Block: .750
  • Gas Block Type: Low-profile
  • Muzzle Device: Flash Can Muzzle Device
  • Receiver Material: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
  • Receiver Type: M4
  • Handguard Type: PMA 10″ Lightweight M-Lok Rail
  • Bolt Carrier Group Included: Yes
  • Bolt Steel: C158
  • Bolt Carrier Profile: Full-auto
  • Charging Handle Included: Yes
  • Grip: B5 Systems P-Grip
  • Build Kit: PMA SBA3 Pistol Brace, Black

AR Barrel: 10.5″ 4150V Chrome Moly Vanadium steel, Phosphate treated for durability and accuracy, and chambered in 5.56 NATO with a 1 in 7″ twist. Carbine-length gas barrel is finished off with a PMA 10″ M-Lok Rail, a steel low profile gas block and a PMA Flash Can.

Upper Receiver: PMA Forged 7075-T6 A3 AR upper receiver is made to meet MILSPECs and finished in hard coat type III anodized black for durability. These uppers are made for us right here in the USA by our ISO 9001 certified machine shop.

Flash Can: Pickett’s Mill Armory’s “FLASH CAN”. This is a solid 6061 aluminum device that is designed to direct muzzle gases and the muzzle flash forward. Threaded in 1/2×28 for 5.56 NATO and .223 Wylde and features black military-style hard anodizing. This device is designed to direct gasses and noise forward away from the shooter and enhance the weapon’s appearance. This item will not reduce sound or reduce flash signature.

Bolt Carrier Group: Our bolt carriers are made of 8620 steel and machined to USGI standards. Our Bolt is made of shot-peened C158 steel. Gas key is secured with grade 8 fasteners and staked per mil-spec. The extractor is machined from solid billet for a solid extractor. The components are all properly heat treated to ensure the proper hardness and then nitrided for a slick finish that aids in functioning. Each BCG is then individually inspected on site for quality.

Build Kit: A high quality lower build kit with everything you need to assemble your AR-15 lower into a pistol. Features a B5 Systems P-Grip, Lower Parts Kit, Also includes an SB Tactical SBA3 Adjustable Pistol Brace, castle nut, latch plate, carbine buffer spring, 5 positioning mil-spec buffer tube, and standard carbine buffer.

*Items shown shaded in gray are not included

Gun Deal: PMA 10.5″ Carbine-Length 5.56NATO Pistol Kit SB3A Brace $529.99 CODE 20%OFF

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KDude
KDude
11 days ago

You know it’s strange. I was and remain angry about Trump “getting rid of bump stocks on my own”. And most folks lectured me about aimed fire, and wasted ammunition, and how they never wanted bump stocks anyway. Later, this industry wide outrage over pistol braces comes along and everybody and their brother jumps on the bandwagon, hating on BATFE. Yes, the one and same BATFE that enforced the tyrannous bump stock ban through a reinterpretation of their previous understanding of what a machine gun is. Trumps BATFE by the way. I gotta say at this point, I never did… Read more »

Last edited 11 days ago by KDude