KAK AR-15 Complete Lower Parts Kit
This LPK Includes:
- A2 pistol grip
- Grip screw and lock washer
- 90-degree standard safety selector
- Safety detent and detent spring
- MIL-SPEC bolt catch
- Billet trigger guard
- Bolt catch plunger and roll pin
- Magazine catch and spring
- Magazine release button
- Pivot pin and takedown pin
- (2) Pivot/Takedown Pin Detents
- (2) Pivot/Takedown Pin Detent Springs
- Buffer retaining pin and spring
- Mil-Spec trigger and hammer
- Trigger and hammer springs
With a reputation for precision manufacturing, KAK Industry offers quality, American made components at affordable prices. They began as a single shop and grew to a huge manufacturing facility in California where they now produce more than 1.75 million firearms components a year. They have since expanded to even more locations, including testing facilities, so they can ensure that every one of their products meet the demands of shooters, hunters, and businesses everywhere.
California Prop 65 warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ratings & Reviews
Good For The Price/Would Recommend
by Jim -
Trigger is excellent, smooth with no gritty feel. All parts in this kit are good except for the mag catch, it doesn't fit well and is a light gray color. It does functions though. The color is not a big deal if you plan to paint, as I do. I gave a 5 star review because all the parts in the kit are 5 star worthy except the mag catch which is 4 star. Kudos to PA for fast shipping and excellent customer service.
by Ryan R -
This is now my go to kit. I have ordered several and recommended them to friends. The only problem I have seen is that one kit has a rough disconnector which led to the trigger not always resetting, and needed to be filed smooth.
Trigger - OK
Trigger guard - nice, billet, "enhanced"
Bolt catch - nice, good finish
Mag catch - nice, this is the first time I've used mag catches with dimples on the end of the threaded end, I like them a lot and the finish is good
Mag button - OK, nice finish
Pivot and Takedown pins - OK, nice finish, flat ends/no dimples
Selector - OK, decent finish, perfect 90 degree indexing
Springs and detents - no complaints
Catch it on sale
by Russell -
I've used a few of these and they've been pretty good for the most part. Had one magazine catch that was a little bent but replaced it with a spare so no issue at the time for me. Pretty good value when on sale.
trash out of spec
parts mades with no attention to tolerance have three sets non measure the same td pins .010 thou oversized
Rough, but a good value.
by Kyle -
Some parts were likely in spec in the white, but it seems like the finish on parts put it out of spec. It’ll have burrs and it wont be good looking, but it was at a great price and nothing has broken yet.
If you're looking for good and cheap, get the Anderson kit.
by Benjamin -
This kit is awful. I'll start with the good: the trigger is very smooth. It comes with a nice looking trigger guard. That's it. Now for the bad. The disconnector required modification for the trigger to reset, the safety selector has sharp edges, the bolt catch spring is too stiff and won't allow most magazines to lock the bolt back. That's just the major stuff I've noticed so far. Avoid this kit, go with the Anderson, they also have a smooth trigger and have been 100% reliable in my experience with multiple of their kits. In fact, Anderson lpks are the only ones that I have not had any problems with. If you're worried about the trigger guard, get the polymer bcm for like 6 bucks (I highly recommend that, I use it on every build). If you want a good trigger cheap, get a set of jp springs to go with the anderson kit. Otherwise upgrade to one of the fancy ones. I've wasted hundreds of rounds trying to diagnose all the issues it's caused.
Poor quality kit
by Richard -
I purchased three of these junk lower parts kits on sale during the holidays. I should have known for only paying 32$ each. The first two builds required filing the mag catch so they would operate smoothly in the lower. The two triggers in these sets had a mushy reset and would erratically not reset when fired. I ended up replacing the mag catches and purchased new BCM PNT triggers to correct the reset problem. The third parts kit was thrown in a box and not used on the third build. I kept it bc I may need a spring or pin some day.
What a disappointment and waste of money. Live and learn.