Gun Deal: KE Arms AR15 KP-15 Complete Lower Polymer Receiver Mil-Spec $135.92 CODE

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KE Arms AR15 KP-15 Complete Lower Receiver Mil-Spec Polymer Deal augu202222

USA – -( Brownells has the KE Arms AR15 KP-15 Complete Lower Polymer Receivers Mil-Spec for just $135.92 after coupon code “AMMOLAND15” at check out. Brownells Edge Members get FREE Shipping on all their orders.

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KE Arms AR15 KP-15 Complete Lower Receivers Mil-Spec Polymer.

What makes this lower different than its counterparts? The answer is simple… the KE Arms KP-15 is a monolithic polymer AR-15 style lower receiver made from injection molded, 30% glass-filled nylon. Its unique design incorporates the buffer tube, pistol grip, trigger and a 13-inch (LOP) buttstock into the receiver as integral components. The result is an affordably priced, lightweight lower receiver.

The KE Arms KP-15 lower receiver uses a carbine buffer and spring. The take down and pivot pins have built-in detents, which increases durability by eliminating the spring and detent holes. The buffer detent (should you choose to use it) is held in place with a 5/64” roll pin. The hammer pin area is wider for durability; standard AR-15 hammer pins can still be used, though the KE Arms longer hammer pin is recommended for customers preferring a flush pin for aesthetic reasons.

The safety selector spring and detent have been designed to load from the top, then the selector is slid over them. (Standard selectors can work but removing them can be particularly difficult. KE Arms recommends the use of their designated mil-spec selector or ambi selector to make removal easier. Follow the manufacturer’s assembly guide for further instructions.)

  • Weight: 1.704 lbs.
  • Compatible with all Mil-Spec fire control groups
  • Compatible with cassette style match triggers
  • Flared magwell
  • Available in black and flat dark earth
  • MLOK Slots at rear of stock for sling attachment
  • Pre-drilled in front for QD socket inserts

Uses a standard bolt catch. Cannot accept the PDQ lever. The PDQ lever is exclusive to the WWSD complete rifle.

The KE Arms KP-15 is compatible with standard AR-15 uppers in calibers including .223/5.56mm NATO, .300 Blackout, 6.5mm Grendel and 6.8mm SPC. The lower receiver is also compatible with 9mm blowback systems, when used with a minimum buffer weight of 5.4oz (carbine).

Gun Deal: KE Arms AR15 KP-15 Complete Polymer Lower Receiver Mil-Spec $135.92 CODE

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ill pass I can make all i want with cnc


Face. Palm.


Hard pass, I wouldn’t waste the filament and energy for a 3d printer to make that design. I would prefer a cast aluminum receiver from Olympic than that. Although they were prone to cracking at least they are modular.


You don’t know what your talking about. There’s a verifiable account one of these (when they were made by Cav Arms) getting run over by a pickup truck with no damage whatsoever outside of a few scratches. It was about 15-20 years ago at a precision rifle competition and there were about 2 dozen witnesses. Google is your friend, millennial.

Last edited 1 month ago by KCsmith

I know exactly what I’m writing about You unfortunately have very poor reading comprehension. I was in no way saying that this POS plastic all in one were prone to cracking. My reference was that about the old Olympic cast receivers that I would take over that. They used them primarily on the AR they made in 22lr.I believe they called the plunkster. And they would sometimes break it they were dropped.
Wow, you must be ancient to still be using google.

Last edited 1 month ago by Cam

Wow, your cluelessness knows no bounds, and you’re eager to prove it. You specifically responded to a post about a KP15 lower, not another completely unrelated and incomparable product The Olympic Arms Pinkster was exclusively chambered in 5.56 and they made thousands and thousands of them, including a small run of under 100 bad castings that broke under stress and were subsequently replaced by the company under warranty. Pick any search engine you want and read up a bit before spouting ignorance. Btw, dummy, wedged between you Millennial morons and the useless boomers, us GenXers continue to hold it all… Read more »