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Should I Tighten These? (Maintenance Tips and Cleaning for the AR15)

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Maintaining and cleaning an AR is crucial for anyone who demands top performance from their rifle. Thanks to Western Powder’s president, Doug Phair, the best AR maintenance tips and tricks are revealed in this latest installment of “Simple Solutions.”

Don’t Tighten These….

The gas keys screws are factory tightened and then staked into place so they will not move.  Attempting to tighten them may damage your bolt carrier.

For more AR tips, click on the “Simple Solutions” box located on the left side of this page.