ALL CUSTOMERS MUST CALL AHEAD FOR APPOINTMENT! - Everyday $20.00 Standard Transfers!

Mitchell Munitions, LLC.

Build Your Own AR-15

What to Bring

What to Bring

What to Bring

  

Q. What are the minimum requirements to take the class?

A. If the participant is less then 18 years old they must be accompanied by an adult who will “own” the project and build along side. 


i) YOU MUST BE ABLE TO COMPLETE A FORM 4473 (TRANSFER OF FIREARM) TO TAKE THE CLASS!! ALL CLASS PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO REGISTER AT LEAST A WEEK IN ADVANCE AND PAY IN FULL FOR THE CLASS WHEN THEY BOOK IT TO HOLD A SPOT. IF WE DO NOT HAVE AT LEAST 3 PEOPLE FOR THE CLASS IT WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR THE FOLLOWING WEEK! 


Q. What do I need to bring? 

A. YOU MUST BRING YOUR VALID STATE ID (Driver's License-Valid), GOGGLES/GLASSES, HEARING PROTECTION and 50 ROUNDS OF .223/5.56 AMMUNITION. 


Your enthusiasm and a desire to own a weapon built by your own hands.


Refund Policy

What to Bring

What to Bring

Q. What is the refund policy?

A. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN (UNLESS MEDICAL ISSUES ARISE OR THE CLASS IS RESCHEDULED BY INSTRUCTOR WITH NOTICE OF NO LESS THAN 2 DAYS) SO PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE SCHEDULED ACCORDINGLY! IN THE EVENT OF A RESCHEDULE OF THE CLASS, YOU WILL BE GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO ACCEPT THE TIME SET FOR THAT RESCHEDULED DATE) FOR CUSTOM CONFIGURATION CHANGE QUESTIONS CALL: (913) 274-5383 and ask for Art


What Is Included

What You Will Learn

What You Will Learn

Q. What accessories are included with the kit? 

A. No tools are required to take this class; everything needed to build YOUR AR Rifle will be provided! The only prerequisite for this class is a basic knowledge of firearms and firearm safety. You will be leaving the class with the basic tool set, cleaning/build mat, Cleaning kit, hard case and your rifle w/magazine. (see below for items included in the rifle build kit components)These are included in the cost of the class. 


The Rifle.....

Barrel Length: 16"
Gas System: Midlength
Barrel Profile: A2
Barrel Steel: 4150 Chrome-Moly Vanadium
Barrel Finish: Nitride
Chrome Lining: None
Muzzle Thread: ½ x 28 (can accept ½ x 28 muzzle device sized for the .223/5.56 caliber)
Chamber: 5.56 NATO (safe for .223 or 5.56, not a Wylde chamber)
Twist Rate: 1:7 (this allows for and stabilizes slug sizes from 55grn to 90 grn)
Barrel Extension: M4 (feed ramps are matched to the upper receiver)
Diameter at Gas Block: .750
Gas Block Type: Low-profile steel
Muzzle Device: A2 Flash Hider
Lower Receiver Material: Billet 7075-T6 (finish milled in-house at Mitchell Munitions)

Lower Receiver Type: Noreen Firearms 80% with raised takedown/pivot pins, titanium trigger and hammer pins with stainless screws.

Upper Receiver Material: Forged 7075 T6
Upper Receiver Type: M4 - complete,Forward assist and dust cover.
Handguard Type: 13.5" Lightweight M-Lok Rail (will accept any M-Lok accessories)
Bolt Carrier Group Included: Yes (peened and nitride finished)
Bolt Steel: Carpenter 158 (Peened and MPI)
Bolt Carrier Profile: Full-auto
Charging Handle Included: Yes (Ambidextrous)
Optics: Magpul MBUS Front and Rear Flip-Up Sights, Black
Fire Control Group: Enhanced Polished Trigger (EPT) FCG (polished in-house)
Overall Length: 31.5"
Weight: 5.7 lbs

What You Will Learn

What You Will Learn

What You Will Learn

The history of the AR platform from it's development by Eugene Stoner through it's iterations in service around the globe. 

Also, how the rifle is meant to function in several platform formats, its versatility and feature sets as well as the science behind the mechanics of the rifle and how to assemble, fire, clean and maintain it.