The AR15 80 Lower is a crucial part of any AR15 build. An AR15 80 lower receiver provides the builder an opportunity to complete their own custom AR-15 rifle or pistol from the ground up, including by fabricating the firearm component (the stripped lower receiver) themselves.
The AR-15 lower is the only part of the rifle or pistol considered a firearm. Even though it doesn't host a barrel and does not necessarily come with a trigger, hammer, safety, or other components (they're installed separately) it is still the component that is considered a gun by the ATF. For this reason, all other parts of the AR-15 can be purchased piece by piece. One can fabricate an AR-15 lower using an 80% unit, purchase an upper receiver or AR-15 parts kit, and assemble their new rifle or pistol at home.
There are countless manufacturers of AR15 80 lowers on the market today. The platform is a “plug-and-play”, or modular, setup that relies on standardized components; upper receiver, triggers, and accessories.
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