The "AR-10" 80% Lower (designed for the LR-308 platform by DPMS) is a step up from the AR-15 platform in performance and capability. By upgrading from 5.56 NATO to .308 Winchester or 7.62x51mm NATO rounds, you'll easily achieve the ability to ring steel out to 700+ yards. The LR-308 lower receiver is the big brother to the 5.56 NATO receiver and packs a bigger punch while allowing you to customize your build from scratch.
Installing a .308 parts kit is just like assembling a 5.56 AR! Here's how to do it.
The 80% lower is a foundation of any custom AR-10-type / LR-308 build. The .308 lower itself is the key to building not only a custom rifle, but also thee route to build a rifle WITHOUT an FFL (Federal Firearm License) transfer or paperwork. According to the ATF and federal law, the 80% lower is not considered a firearm since it is only partially complete. Officially called a receiver blank, the unit requires you, the builder, to finish the last 20% of machining requirements, resulting in a 100% complete, stripped lower receiver. This is accomplished with the help of an AR-10/LR-308 Jig. The jig provides the necessary templates, depth guides, sidewalls, and tooling to get the job done.
Some states have banned 80% lowers and certain firearm parts, or have otherwise restricted the sale and ownership of products we sell. So, be sure to check your local and state laws. We can’t ship our products to certain states. Please check our Shipping & Return Policy before placing an order (see restrictions).
There are countless manufacturers of .308-caliber AR parts on the market today. The AR-10 by ArmaLite is not included within this market. Instead, the LR-308 platform is now the platform of choice. To complete your rifle, we recommend checking out the available build kits which include a ready-to-fire upper, bolt carrier group, lower parts kit, and compatible buffer assembly with buttstock.
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