No build is complete without a Lower Assembly. An AR Lower Assembly is a great purchase because it comes with all of the parts required for you to complete your lower Our Lower Assembly consists of the crucial parts such as: AR-15 lower parts kit, butt stock, 6-position buffer tube, buffer spring, recoil buffer, castle nut, end plate and an 80% lower receiver.
The only parts you will need after purchasing an AR Lower Assembly are the upper components of the rifle. The easiest way to build your AR after getting your AR lower assembly setup is to grab a pre-built AR Upper Assembly. Once you complete your 80% lower, all that is left to do is to install your upper assembly with the ease of inserting the two takedown pins. That’s it! We offer AR-15 Upper Assemblies in various caliber such as; 5.56 or 300 Blackout and in varying styles such as: M-Lok, KeyMod and fixed front-sight.
Need help fabricating? Here's how to complete the 80% lower.
Assembling your lower is easy: Here's how to install the AR-15 parts kit.
Your build awaits!
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