Adam Kushner: LOL "a hammer or a large rock"
USMC Redneck: I utilized your video to assist me in assembling my Spike's Tactical lower.
That front takedown pin detent is a nightmare! Haha, thanks for the great,
Di Ramirez: Thanks, I just assembled a lower following your video.
echoThreeOneSix: Great video, I plan on building mine in a week or so. I'm sure this video
will help me a lot. Thanks for your time.
Brian Weaver: Thank you. You helped me build my first completed ar lower on my own.
bob mullivan: Thanks for the great video...
KingsLee: I like the 'Hope/Change" safety markings. Relevance, ya know?
WholeCosmos: Sorry I couldn't keep watching after you stripped the finish with VICE
GRIPS! WTF? FAIL!
Tyler Hopwood: On your engraving, is that a china marker/grease pencil? If so, did it
hold up well after firing several rounds?
D Jakes: Question on the dis-connector spring, everything I read online says to put
the flared end down into the trigger, but in the video it appears you say
to put the spring with the small end down. Can someone clarify how that
spring should be installed. This is my first build.
smelson666: great video brother lot of info I just got me a stripped lower and the
parts kit with the help of your video I hope I can put it together
SHAWNELIASON: I stopped at DA TANT
Ice Ice Jewy: What would be a better idea? This is not a troll, I'm genuinely curious.
blunt3068: wtf is a day taunt?
professor115: roll pin starter tool with a hammer
Joseph Thomas: It seems so easy
Joshua Niblack: Wow lots of haters! I really enjoyed and appreciated this video. Just one
question, at the near end of the video where did you install that bolt in
Josh Beck: Thank you very much.
MrToothrot: zombies are not real sir.
G Martin: Thank You Nick!
Godot: I love how he does it in stages with only 3 or so parts per stage. That
really helps break down the whole process into manageable chunks.
WeAreAlways WatchingYou: Got a chance to buy an Olympic Arms AR15 A1 style made back in 89' from a
neighbor. I have never had an AR or shot one let alone know much about them
So the big question is about the material/design quality of these old
school AR15's Also how is the compatibility of the old A1 Lower with
today's style uppers could I buy a new upper to install?
Kephra Rubin: It's weird when old people say zombies are a "kick" when Night of the
Living Dead came out in 1968. Yep, people are gonna stop wanting to shoot
zombies any decade now.
Hashirama Senju: I was watching the Midway video and regarding the disconnect or spring, the
large end should go into the trigger side hole...if that makes sense.
Jeffrey Collins: 3rd gun you scratched using vice grips like a retard
Levan Shooter: deeeeetant and detant :)))
M-squared: The third gun you've scratched the finish on getting the roll pin in for
the bolt catch? And you still think that is the best method for installing
the pin? What is the proper way to install it WITHOUT scratching the
rogerwilco99: A nit pick but it REALLY annoyed me. There are detents on a lower. There
are no detentes on a lower. Detent is pronounced DEE TENT. Not DAY TANT.
Detente is DAY TANT. Sorry but that just really got on my nerves because
you kept saying it incorrectly over and over and over. I stopped watching
before you even finished the first take-down pin because I just couldn't
stand hearing English being mangled anymore.
SeikanJax: Oh, crap! that is annoying... I might not be able to finish this video.
Right now I'm at 5:13.
Matthew Nena: Who cares. Dee tent. Shut up.The video is good.
Tom Young: DAY TAHNT[dey-tahnt; French dey-tahnt] - To reduce pressure... Welll Done
my friend... Excellent video. Thanks !
Patrick Terrell: Great video! Loved seeing it all put together.
Ltrain118: Very good video keep up the good work
Dillon Carter: Your vice grips was a horrible idea.
umass22: Please note: The part about the disconnector spring is incorrect. The
disconnector spring should be installed LARGE end first, not small. The
larger, wider end should go into the trigger with the smaller end sticking
out. You can twist the spring to get it to fit easier. Failure to install
this spring correctly can lead to accidental discharge of the firearm.
unclenunzie: Looks like you had the disconnector spring installed upside down? Should
not the fat side of the spring be down in the trigger?
PrimalGW: Since when is the 2nd Amendment tacky?
thedragonsmith1: Thanks for the video
snoopaloop007: very helpful thanks
calebandrewmichael: You say detent SO weird.
TXNp8riot: Easiest way to get the pivot pin in is to simply hold the detent with
needle nose pliers, push and hold in, then cover with a razor blade/thin
knife blade and slide the pin in. It's a lot easier than made to seem.
x1jesterfox: Tacky 2nd ammendment? I will assume I took that wrong...
Cz Dibochet: Tacky 2nd Amendment????
Michael Norris: i dont get why anyone is hating. this is a wonderfully informative video. I
really appreciate the mantra of too much info being preferable over too
BellyAcher151: My what soft hands you have. Blah blah blah
Tasteslikedaniel: put my lower together with this video thanks alot, real easy to follow
craigtone: Well ... the video was informative as I will be attempting my first lower
build this weekend ... However, the video was very painful to watch!
Between using Vise-Grips and scratching your finish (this is why they make
AR punch sets), dropping parts, flinging parts across the room, I am
shocked you manage to function normally throughout the day ... LOL! And
BTW, it is pronounced "dee-tent", NOT "day-tant" or "dee-tant".
SavageShooter93: "detaunt" spring lol. that was cracking me up man. from dictionary.com
pronunciation "dih-tent" i hate to be one of those jackasses that gets on
someone over pronunciation but i literally giggled like an idiot every time
I heard you say that.
Great vid though, I never thought I would laugh my ass off watching a
lower receiver being assembled
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