The 80% Lower Patriot Pack



Which of your planned builds should you start on first? You got the AR-15, the staple of any gun owner's long gun collection. You got the .308, used for punching paper and slamming steel at ridiculous range. And you got the AR-9, the niche little guy used for turning heads at the gun range. This is a tough question. Hmm, what would an individual from these fine United States of America do?

GET 'EM ALL!!!!!

Don't kid yourself; you know you're gonna own one of each someday anyway. Buying and building your own guns is addictive like getting tattoos; once you have one, you have to get another one and another one. It's a habit that turns into a hobby that then becomes a passion. Let us be your dealer, that guy you know who gets you the good stuff for the best deals. Get our Patriot Pack and start on 'em now, so you can get a leg up on it early. Our Patriot Pack comes with one of each 80% lower: an AR-15, an LR-308 (DPMS gen 1 pattern), and an AR-9. This is one habit, hobby, and eventual passion we love enabling. So be a Patriot, and grab this pack right now. C'mon, everybody else is doing it.

(1) Black Fire/Safe Marked Forged 80% Lower Receiver:

  • Color: Anodized Black
  • 100% Mil-Spec
  • Quantity: 1
  • Fire/Safe Marked: Yes
  • Forged 7075-T6 Aluminum
  • Broached Magwell
  • 100% Made in the USA

(1) Black Fire/Safe Marked Billet .308 80% Lower Receiver:

  • Platform: .308
  • Color: Anodized Black
  • DPMS Gen 1
  • Quantity: 1
  • Fire/Safe Marked: Yes
  • Threaded Bolt Catch Hole w/ threaded pin (no more hassle of trying to hammer in that damned pin!)
  • Billet 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Broached Magwell
  • Enhanced, Heavy Duty Trigger Huard
  • 100% Made in the USA

.308 Lower Receiver Compatibility:

80% Lower Jig: Elite Builder 80% Lower Jig - AR10/.308, Router Jigs, or AR-10/.308 80% Lower Jig

Upper Assembly: Any DPMS Generation 1 upper (e.g., CMMG, Aero Precision, Fulton Armory, and DPMS). We have found that the CMMG MK3 uppers fit best with our lowers.

Lower Parts Kit: Due to the varying quality and compatibility of .308 builds, we recommend using CMMG’s MK3 .308 LPKs, especially their bolt catch.

Magazine: The SR25 or LR308 mags will fit. Magpul’s .308, 10 and 20 round mags work best.

(1) Black Fire/Safe Marked 9MM AR9 80% Lower Receiver:

This premier lower receiver made for the 9mm caliber has been manufactured from 6061 billet aluminum. It features hard coat anodizing, enlarged mag well ramps for competition shooters, and it's compatible with Glock magazines. Finally, this 80% lower is compatible with existing jigs as well.

No FFL is required to purchase these lower receivers. These lower receivers are not considered firearms and are compliant with the gun control act of 1968 not classified as a firearm as defined in 18 U.S.C. 921(a)(3).

No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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