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  • Premium .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved Premium .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved Premium .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved Premium .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved Premium .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved

    Premium .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved

    Fire/Safe Engraved Billet .308 80% Lower Receiver: Platform: .308 Color: Anodized Black Type III Hard Anodized Billet DPMS Gen 1 Quantity: 1 Fire/Safe Marked: Yes Threaded Bolt Catch Hole (threaded pin included) Billet 6061-T6 Aluminum Broached...

    $169.99
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    .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved

    Enjoy the classic black look with our .308 80% lower receiver. Billet 7075-T6 Aluminum, these are incredibly rugged lowers that are made to last and are anodized black to help protect against corrosion. They also come marked with Fire/Safe engraving and...

    $159.99
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    80% Lower Patriot Pack 80% Lower Patriot Pack 2 80% Lower Patriot Pack 3 80% Lower Patriot Pack 4 80% Lower Patriot Pack 5

    80% Lower Patriot Pack

    Which of your planned builds should you start on first? You got the AR-15, the staple of any gun owner's long gun collection. You got the .308, used for punching paper and slamming steel at ridiculous range. And you got the AR-9, the niche little guy...

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    JMT 308 80% Gen 2 Polymer Lower with Jig - Black

    That new LR-308 rifle or AR-10 clone doesn’t need to weigh close to 20 pounds. Between that big barrel, variable-zoom optic, bipod, and bench-ready Magpul buttstock, you’re already tipping the scales. To shave critical weight, try out James...

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    JMT 308 80% Gen 2 Polymer Lower with Jig - FDE

    That new LR-308 rifle doesn’t need to weigh close to 20 pounds. Between that big barrel, variable-zoom optic, bipod, and bench-ready Magpul buttstock, you’re already tipping the scales. To shave critical weight, try out James Madison...

    $99.99
  • JMT 80% Lower and Jig - .308, Polymer, Green JMT 80% Lower and Jig - .308, Polymer, Green-2 JMT 80% Lower and Jig - .308, Polymer, Green-3 JMT 80% Lower and Jig - .308, Polymer, Green-4 JMT 80% Lower and Jig - .308, Polymer, Green-5

    JMT 80% Lower and Jig - .308, Polymer, Green

    The LR-308 rifle or AR-10 clone you just built doesn’t need to weigh close to 20 pounds. Between that big barrel, variable-zoom optic, bipod, and bench-ready Magpul buttstock, you’re already tipping the scales. To shave the ounces off your...

    $99.99
  • .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved - Raw .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved - Raw .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved - Raw .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved - Raw .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved - Raw

    .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved - Raw

    There are builders who enjoy working on their lowers in just about every aspect. Well this .308 80% lower receiver billet comes to you without a finish, so that once you've completed your lower yourself, with a jig of course, you're allowed creative...

    $139.99
  • Polymer80 80% Lower Receiver and Jig Kit (LR-308) Polymer80 80% Lower Receiver  (LR-308) Polymer 80 80% Lower Receiver  (LR-308) Polymer80 80% Lower Receiver  (LR-308) Polymer 80 80% Lower Receiver  (LR-308)

    Polymer80 80% Lower Receiver and Jig Kit (LR-308)

    Polymer80 has attacked the AR-10 80% lower with a new, ultralight approach! Introducing the Warrhogg .308 AR-10 Polymer 80% lower, the world’s lightest DPMS-platform .308 lower on the market. This new contender addresses a big problem for...

    $124.99
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    Premium .308 80% Lower Fire/Safe Engraved - Raw

    (1) Raw Fire/Safe Marked Billet .308 80% Lower Receiver: Platform: .308 Color: Raw – no anodization DPMS Gen 1 Quantity: 1 Fire/Safe Marked: Yes Billet 6061-T6 Aluminum Broached Magwell Enhanced, heavy duty trigger guard 100% Made in the...

    $99.99
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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.

Learn how the LR-308 and AR-10 compare, including parts and what to pick.

Installing a .308 parts kit is just like assembling a 5.56 AR! Here's how to do it.

Completing Your Lower Receiver

The 80% lower is a foundation of any custom AR-10-type / LR-308 build. The .308 lower itself is the key to building a custom rifle from the ground up. 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.

State Laws May Vary

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).

Assembling Your Lower & Final Build

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.

LR-308 80% Lower Features:

  • Minimal technical skills required to complete
  • Compatible with all DPMS LR-308 components
  • CNC-machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum
  • Proudly made in the USA

Execute the right to bear arms today. Your build awaits you.

Need help buying or building? Our FAQ page covers it all.

 


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