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AR-15 Spare Parts Organization Schematic for the Obsessive Compulsive

By Bryan Black

AR-15 Spare Parts Organization

In my previous article about AR-15 Spare Parts Organization, there were a lot of comments from readers that wanted to see a detailed photo of the layout, as well as links to each specific part. It was a lot of work, but I’ve managed to put together a list of links to every spare part in the organizer and have even created interactive, clickable photos below with links and a description of each part as you hover over them.

For those of you just now seeing this for the first time, my previous article highlighted my addiction for organization, which carries over to the spare parts I take with me shooting. When I’m at a course or even shooting with friends, I like to have everything I need to keep everyone’s guns running. While I’ve never come close to needing everything in here, I follow the Boy Scout motto; “Be Prepared.”

If you’re looking for the same Made in USA plastic organizer that I used, you can get the Akro-Mils 6318 Case, available here from Amazon for around $20. The top section has 42 individual small compartments and the bottom section has another 20 compartments. The top section compartments are also secure enough to keep small parts from rolling into another compartment and get mixed around. The section dividers are adjustable as well, should you find yourself with odd shaped items.

Top Section Organization

Ejector Spring Extractor Spring Charging Handle Pin Charging Handle Spring Gas Tube Roll Pins Safety Detent Detent Spring Pistol Grip Screw Pivot/Takedown Pin Spring Pivot/Takedown Detent Spring Ejector Extractor Insert Charging Handle Latch Bolt Catch Plunger Safety Selector Triggerguard Roll Pin Pivot/Takedown Pin Detent Hammer/Trigger Pins Ejector Roll Pin Extractor O-Rings Carrier Key Screws Bolt Catch Springs Magazine Release Sling Swivel Buffer Retainer Spring Trigger Springs Gas Rings Extractor Pin Cam Pin Bolt Catch Roll Pin Magazine Catch Spring Taper Pins Buffer Retainer Hammer Springs Retaining Pin Extractor Crush Washer Bolt Catch Magazine Catch Ejection Port Cover Spring Ejection Port Cover Clip Disconnector Springs Firing Pin Carrier Key Ejection Port Cover Pin Ejection Port Cover

Click here for high res image or hover/click individual compartments of image above for product links/descriptions.

This list is based on Column format of Top to Bottom. 

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

Column 6

Column 7

Column 8

Bottom Section Organization

Image Map Handguard Cap Barrel Nut Delta Ring Weld Spring Snap Ring Trigger Guard Charging Handle Buffer Castle Nut Receiver End Plate Action Spring Rear Sight Rear Sight Hammer/Trigger Assembly Flash Suppressor

Click here for high res image or hover/click individual compartments of image above for product links/descriptions.

This list is based on Row format of Left to Right. 

Row 1

Row 2

Row 3

Row 4

AR-15 Spare Parts Organization

Most of the links above are from Brownells, which has great deals on individual parts. Bravo Company USA is another one of my spots to shop for parts and is where I buy my complete MPI’d AR Bolt Assemblies from.

If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to take a look at our DIY AR-15 Build Series for tips on parts to purchase and of course how to build your own complete AR-15 from a stripped lower receiver.

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