The pistol-caliber carbine, or PCC, has become a popular 9mm-chambered configuration for the AR platform. Until recently, you would've had to convert your existing AR-15 into this config, dubbed the AR9, with a sloppy "box magazine" conversion kit and new barrel and chamber fitted to your existing receiver. We decided to offer up proper, from-scratch kits.
Under ATF policy and federal law, no components in the AR9 build kit is considered a firearm by definition. This means you can order your kit right now and have it shipped directly to your front door, without the need to go through an FFL, and without paying extra taxes and fees. However, some states have enacted state laws contrary to federal law, and may consider these build kits to be firearms. Other states have banned such receiver blanks and gun-making kits altogether. Before placing your order, please review our Shipping & Returns Policy to ensure your state is restricted. We cannot fulfill orders placed in restricted states. If you have questions about the legality of building or owning any firearm in your state, contact a licensed attorney first.
It's time to build your custom AR9.
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