Flared AR Magwell

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Flared AR Magwell by Sargedawg Apr 14, 2016
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This is a flared M4/AR magwell. Helps to increase the speed and lower the difficulty of fast reloading. Works quite well. Can be used for airsoft and real steel alike.

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Just an FYI, real AR-15 lower receivers aren't "steel" they are forged 7075 Aluminum. Im a former manufacturer (FFL07), If any of you have firearms questions, feel free to ask.

They aren't all made of 7075. There cheaper lowers made of poorer grade aluminum. I worked for CMMG firearms and we use 7075 in our lowers, uppers, and other aluminum parts. We used some lower grade for parts like the trigger guard though.

But yes, I'm aware there are people using 6065 or worse. I've even seen one milled from wood and some 3D printed and some cast from Smooth-On casting resin rebranded as M80 or something like that. I was just meaning that your post said steel. It was more of a smart ass thing

Then go thump John O in the ear and tell him it's from Trevor

This is nothing like pictured. Is there a file missing?

What's the difference between this and your other one? Just split?


I'll print one of them and post a Make, waiting for some more parts to come in for my AR to make it look cooler for the photo shoot (and function better of course)

Arredondo Magwell

The original was not split into individual sides. It didn't print separated the first time.