When I was younger, I lived in the suburbs on the east coast. My days were usually spent going to school, doing homework, and reading a lot of books. Harry Potter, Goosebumps, Mary-Kate and Ashley books, and much more. My summers, on the other hand, were spent visiting Grandpa in Kansas. Summers were for adventure and this time was spent exploring the hiking area surrounding my grandfather’s home, catching lightning bugs, and shooting guns with my cousins (supervised, of course) at the local outdoor shooting range.
On the days we went shooting, we’d wake up early and pack the truck with guns, ammo, protective earmuffs, targets, and everything else needed to have a great target shooting experience. Now, the number of times I went shooting did not make me an expert. Sure, I know how to properly hold and carry a gun, I know how to shoot, and I know the precautions needed to take in order to have a safe and fun shooting environment. What I don’t know is how to take apart, clean, and put together a gun.
Recently I read an article about a 13 year old girl who had become an avid shooter, participating in many shooting competitions with a variety of different guns. What stuck out the most to me was that she built her very own Ar 15 at the young age of nine! I’m sure there are many people who have built their own gun at that age (heck, I probably have some family members that have done it); however, it got me thinking. Lately, I’ve been very interested in purchasing my own firearm. I haven’t been shooting in a while (my last time was two years ago), but I’ve always enjoyed handling guns and so I started looking into training and getting a license.
After I complete these initial steps, I’ll be able to purchase the firearm (or firearms) I want. One of those being an Ar 15.
There are so many places to look for Ar 15s and other firearms. The internet is awash with all kinds of websites and businesses who are looking to sell firearms, so it can be hard to find the best option. However, after weeks of searching, I think I’ve found the perfect company: 22mods4all.
After reading a bunch of positive reviews, I checked out their website and found that 22mods4all offers build your own Ar15 Kits to choose from, and at affordable prices too! Their prices range from a low of $229 to a high of $479. Your choice will be dependent on what you need and want.
Yeah, I know, buying online can sometimes be sketchy. You never really know what you are getting and something that claims to be made in the US can actually be coming from China. With 22mods4all, however, you can be guaranteed that the parts that you are getting are American-made and of the best quality. They know what it’s like to have to buy firearms and accessories that turn out to be less than what they expected so they set out on a mission to be a trustworthy and reliable company that offers enthusiasts the firearms they need at the quality they deserve for a shooting experience they’ll love. So, if you’re interested in learning how to clean, take apart, and put together your very own rifle, head on over to 22mods4all.com and search through Ar15 kits to find the one that’s best for you. By building your own gun, you’ll already have the basic knowledge needed to properly take care of it to keep it in its best condition. Or give them a call and let them help you find that perfect kit you’re looking for. They’re always friendly and happy to help!
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