INCLUDES: 1 - 80% 7075 T6 lower.
What is an 80% lower receiver?
An 80% lower receiver is a partially completed piece of metal that requires special tooling and skills to be completed, a trigger assembly, and a complete upper to be considered a firearm. Unlike a stripped receiver it is not required to be transferred through a Federal Firearms Licensed holder (FFL).
A lot of questions have been raised about how 80% AR-15 lower receivers can be considered non-firearms. We get the receivers milled to the furthest legal capabilities without needing an FFL to transfer them. We’ve also received a determination letter from the ATF stating that the ATF does not view this as a firearm because in order to complete the receiver it requires specialized skills and tooling.
Do I need an FFL to make a firearm?
NO! As long as you can legally own the firearm in the state, county and city you reside in you are allowed to manufacture a firearm for your own personal use. No serial number is required, however it is suggested to engrave a serial number, model and manufacturer on your receiver in case it is lost or stolen.All National Firearms Act (NFA) regulations apply to your firearm. You may create a short-barreled rifle out of your firearm via a BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosive) Form 1 after BATFE approval.
To complete our 80% lower receivers all you need is a drill press or mill. We provide all necessary drill bits and jigs in our Jig Set to confidently finish the lower. If you do not have a drill press or mill we recommend checking ebay or cragslist. You can also buy these at most home improvement and hardware stores.
Does the 80% Lower Receiver include instructions?
Yes! check out our video of the step by step process. You can also find many resources on the internet showing ways to complete your new 80% lower.
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