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Video: Forged VS Billet 80 Lower Receiver

Video: Forged VS Billet 80 Lower Receiver

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Aug 28th 2017

Still deciding what type of 80 Lower Receiver to buy? There are two popular types of 80 lowers for sale. In this video we explain the differences between billet and forged 80% lowers. Forged and Billet describe the way that the 80 lower is manufactured. In this video we also take a closer look in the different ways 80 percent lower receivers are manufactured.

Both Forged and Billet lowers are excellent and popular choices among builders. This video will make deciding which 80 lower is right for you!

Already know which one is the best for you?  Check out ours here: https://www.80-lower.com/80-lower/

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