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80% Lower Billet (1-pack)



Start a great AR build without breaking the bank. Check out this 80% billet lower receiver from JL Billet! It's been created to conform to mil-spec dimensions, so you can bet it's compatible with whatever you plan to add onto your build. On top of that, due to being mil-spec, it also fits most jigs on the market you could use to finish it. So pick your favorite and get rollin'! Now you can save your money for all the custom AR parts you plan to install on it to make it your very own by starting with this 80% lower from JL Billet!

Billet 80% Lower Features:

  • For AR-15 builds (5.56/.223/300 BLK/6.5 Grendel)
  • CNC machined from 6061 billet aluminum
  • Mil-spec component compatible
  • Integrated trigger guard
  • Flared magwell
  • Fits most 80% Jigs on the market

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