The AR-15 stripped upper receiver holds the barrel, bolt carrier group, charging handle, and other key components. Stripped upper receivers lack these interior components. It lets gun enthusiasts build a rifle to their specifications.
A stripped upper receiver offers customization options. Starting from scratch lets you choose every firearm part. The stripped upper receiver lets you customize your firearm's weight, ergonomics, and performance.
AR-15 stripped upper receivers work with many barrels, handguards, and other accessories. Mil-spec ensures compatibility with most AR-15 components. This compatibility facilitates AR-15 rifle assembly and upgrades.
A stripped upper receiver weighs less because it lacks internal components. For competition shooting or long-term carry, a lighter rifle can be helpful.
Building a rifle from a stripped upper receiver can save money. You can locate deals and spend more on the pieces you want by buying them separately. It's also cheaper to create over time.