80 Percent Lower

80 Percent Lower

In the market for an 80 percent lower? The 80 lower receiver is a vital component for any do-it-yourself rifle or pistol build. An 80 percent lower receiver provides the builder an opportunity to complete their own custom rifle or pistol without any paperwork or FFL (Federal Firearm License) transfer. By definition of the Federal law, an 80% lower receiver is NOT considered a firearm since it is not 100% completed. By design, the 80 percent lower still requires the builder to complete the last 20% of milling. Typically, the completion of an 80% lower is accomplished using an 80 lower jig.

While the 80 percent lower receiver allows a builder to complete a firearm themselves, this also allows the builder to build a rifle or pistol that does not require registration with the government since no serialization is required (although recommended). You can simply order an 80% lower and we send it right to you without any of that clunky government oversight.

There are several types of 80 percent lower receivers available to builders. The types of 80% lowers that are popular in the gun smithing enthusiast community are the: AR15 80 lower, AR10 80 lower, billet 80 lower receiver, forged lower receiver, 80% pistol frame. Each type of 80 percent lower receiver provides its own benefits, but, ultimately, depends on what the builder is looking for in their rifle or pistol build.

Benefits of an 80 Percent Lower:

- No FFL required
- No serialization required
- Minimal technical skills required to complete
- Maintains the custom integrity of your build
- Corrosion-resistant aluminum
- Manufactured from 7075 aerospace aluminum alloy
- CNC machined to Mil-Spec standards
- Made in the USA

Your build awaits.

 

DISCLAIMER: If you are new to the world of DIY gun building, you likely have a lot of questions and rightfully so. It’s an area that has a lot of questions that, without the correct answers, could have some serious implications. At 80-lower.com, we are by no means providing this content on our website to serve as legal advice or legal counsel. We encourage each and every builder to perform their own research around their respective State laws as well as educating themselves on the Federal laws. When performing your own research, please be sure that you are getting your information from a reliable source.

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