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Black Cerakoted 80% Lower Billet (1-pack)

$169.99
SKU:
AR15-BLT-LOW-CERO
Maximum Purchase:
3 units

Description

Every AR build starts from the ground up with a good lower receiver. Start yours in style with this badass 80% lower receiver by Outdoor Ops. This beauty comes to you in graphite black, so you can make sure that aesthetically, your build will look as awesome as it performs. See below for additional details.

Specs:

  • Machined from American-made Mil-Spec 6061 aluminum billet
  • Graphite Matte Black Cerakote finish
  • Threaded bolt catch hole (threaded pin not necessary for function)
  • DPMS™ & Armalite™ A style lower parts kit compatible
  • Accepts standard PMAG™ and DPMS™ magazines

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