An AR15 Transformation - watch and
learn how to go from a basic, plain AR15 to a well-equipped AR15 with 10 easy
The DPMS AR15 started out innocently enough -
The first modification to the AR15 was to remove the plastic
handguard and install a new Quad Rail. The Quad Rail will allow the addition of
Next, we added a great NcStar AR15 Scope with Accessory Rail built
into the scope housing. As you will see, we will use that to add a Green Laser
The Green Laser sight with quick release easily mounted right on
the scope (we could have just as easily mounted the Green Laser sight onto the
quad rail, too).
We wanted to mount a Reflex style Red Dot sight to the quad rail.
We decided to use a 45 degree offset mount for quick and easy transitioning from
the scope to the reflex sight.
Next, the Reflex sight goes on the 45 Degree Offset mount.
We also wanted a tactical flashlight on the quad rail. To assist
and make activating the flashlight effortless, we mounted it on an offset mount
that puts the tailcap switch near the thumb when using the vertical grip (coming
Here is the offset mount only on the quad rail.
Here is the flashlight mounted in the offset
We need a vertical grip now. As with the other accessories,
mounting is extremely simple (one screw) onto the quad rail.
And for a final touch, we added a compact bipod. The bipod comes
with 3 adapters (picatinny/accessory rail, sling stud, and barrel mount).
We chose the barrel mount.
And here is a picture of the AR15 with everything mounted and
From the other side (bipod was off for this picture).
This AR-15 can handle many
situations from close-range to long-range shooting, and everything in between.
With a 2-7 Illuminated scope, Green Laser and a Green-Dot Reflex sight, you are
prepared for several situations. Please see list below for more information on
each accessory on this AR-15.