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    Detailed Product Description
    Material:: 7075-T6 Aluminum Weight:: 12.1 Ounce
    DIMENSIONS:: 10.0000 X 4.0000 X 6.0000 In Calibers:: 223 – 5.56 – 300
    Grendel:: 45 ACP AAC Blackout:: 9mm – 7.62 X 39 – 6.5
    Shipping Weight:: 0.8 Pounds

     

    Finish: Anodized Black Color: Black
    Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum Weight: 12.1 Ounce
    Shipping Weight: 0.8 Pounds DIMENSIONS: 10.0000 X 4.0000 X 6.0000 In
    Calibers: 223 – 5.56 – 300 AAC Blackout: 9mm – 7.62 X 39 – 6.5
    Grendel: 45 ACP Operations Left To Be Completed: Safety Selector

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    80% LOWER RECEIVER AR15

    The 80% Lower receiver for the AR15 can be finished with the 80% AR-15 Jig and the lower receiver can be held to tight tolerances by the DIY Gunsmith.

    For AR15 Lower Parts Kits Or Complete Rifle and Pistol Uppers Check out our Sale Page.

    Calibers: .223-5.56-300 AAC Blackout-9mm-7.62 x 39-6.5 Grendel-.45 ACP

    The Mag well on the 80% lower receiver is fully broached for a perfect fit every time.

    The 80 percent Lower receiver is MIL-SPEC and machined from a 7075-T6 AR15 Lower forging

    The operations left to be completed on our 80% receiver is as follows:

    • Fire control group
    • Trigger pin
    • Hammer pin
    • Trigger slot
    • Safety selector hole.

    The 80% Lower Receiver is not an FFL (Federal Firearms License) item. This receiver is machined to 80 percent and still requires machining to be completed.

     

    What is an AR 15 80% Lower Receiver ?

    An 80% lower receiver is a piece of material (Aluminum) which has been partially completed to a certain point. With readily available tooling from local hardware store and the right techniques, the lower can be transformed into a working firearm.

    Is a FFL required to/build a firearm from an 80 percent lower for personal use?

    No. You are building the firearm for yourself for your own personal use which is legal under the Gun Control Act of 1968. This is on the ATF’s website under their FAQ page. You can see it here http://www.atf.gov /firearms/faq/firearms-technology.html .

    It is not required to be transferred through a Federal Firearms License Dealer with all the federal paperwork like its finished counterpart, the completely finished lower receiver. These factors make for easy purchasing for home gunsmiths and hobbyists for personal use.

     

    As long as the following laws are met there are no problems building from 80 percent lower :
    1. You can legally own the firearm in question in the state in which you live
    2. You are building the firearm for your personal use and for yourself only.

    It is a good idea to mark your firearm built from 80 percent lowers somehow so that should it ever be lost or stolen you have a way to identify it and report its loss to your local law enforcement. Please check your local and state laws.

    What tools are required or recommended to finish my lower receiver ?

    Building an 80 percent into a finished lower receiver can be done using a variety of readily available tools and the proper techniques. The most popular methods involved using a blood press or milling machine. You will also need 80% lower Jig which we stock for Your convenience. The jig helps ensure that the 80% lower is properly machined and that high tolerances are initiated and maintained.

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    80% LOWER RECEIVER AR15

    The 80% Lower receiver for the AR15 can be finished with the 80% AR-15 Jig and the lower receiver can be held to tight tolerances by the DIY Gunsmith.

    For AR15 Lower Parts Kits Or Complete Rifle and Pistol Uppers Check out our Sale Page.

    Calibers: .223 – 5.56 – 300 AAC Blackout – 9mm – 7.62 x 39 – 6.5 Grendel – .45 ACP

    The Mag well on the 80% lower receiver is fully broached for a perfect fit every time.

    The 80 percent Lower receiver is MIL-SPEC and machined from a 7075-T6 AR15 Lower forging

    The operations left to be completed on our 80% receiver is as follows:

    • Fire control group
    • Trigger pin
    • Hammer pin
    • Trigger slot
    • Safety selector hole.

    The 80% Lower Receiver is not an FFL (Federal Firearms License) item. This receiver is machined to 80 percent and still requires machining to be completed.

     

    What is an AR 15 80% Lower Receiver ?

    An 80% lower receiver is a piece of material (Aluminum) which has been partially completed to a certain point. With readily available tooling from local hardware store and the right techniques, the lower can be transformed into a working firearm.

    Is a FFL required to/build a firearm from an 80 percent lower for personal use?

    No. You are building the firearm for yourself for your own personal use which is legal under the Gun Control Act of 1968. This is on the ATF’s website under their FAQ page. You can see it here http://www.atf.gov /firearms/faq/firearms-technology.html .

    It is not required to be transferred through a Federal Firearms License Dealer with all the federal paperwork like its finished counterpart, the completely finished lower receiver. These factors make for easy purchasing for home gunsmiths and hobbyists for personal use.

     

    As long as the following laws are met there are no problems building from 80 percent lower :
    1. You can legally own the firearm in question in the state in which you live
    2. You are building the firearm for your personal use and for yourself only.

    It is a good idea to mark your firearm built from 80 percent lowers somehow so that should it ever be lost or stolen you have a way to identify it and report its loss to your local law enforcement. Please check your local and state laws.

    What tools are required or recommended to finish my lower receiver ?

    Building an 80 percent into a finished lower receiver can be done using a variety of readily available tools and the proper techniques. The most popular methods involved using a blood press or milling machine. You will also need 80% lower Jig which we stock for Your convenience. The jig helps ensure that the 80% lower is properly machined and that high tolerances are initiated and maintained.

     

    Shipping Status : In Stock

    • Full mil-spec part compatibility ensures maximum rifle customization
    • Withstands the harshest punishment from any situation using ultra-tough design, precision machined from aircraft-grade billet aluminum for superior strength.
    • Broached, flared mag well aids with faster, easier magazine reloads
    • Heavy-duty, integral trigger guard enables winter use with gloves
    • Unique, breakthrough design for easy bolt catch installation with a regular punch eliminates need for an expensive, special tool
    • Rear takedown lug pocket completed

    We can ship to your door because 80% lowers are not considered firearms by the ATF. No FFL required. Feel the rewarding satisfaction of creating your own lower receiver – secure yours today.

    We manufacture billet lowers using US sourced aerospace grade 6061 aluminum which is more resistant to corrosion and is much easier to mill than any other alloy used to make lower receivers. Our lowers carry a lifetime warranty.

     

     

    AR-15 and .308 80% Lower Receivers, 80% Lower Jigs, and other accessories for legal DIY home building of firearms, with no FFL required. We adhere to the highest standards of precision 5-axis CNC manufacturing for all our .308 And AR-15 lower receivers, using premium US made billet aluminum alloys. No one sells AR-15 80% Lowers with tighter tolerances. We also offer our patented AR-15 and .308 Easy Jig which is the first jig that makes it ridiculously Easy for a non-machinist to finish their 80% lower in under 1 hour with no drill press required.

    Specifications

    • Full mil-spec part compatibility ensures maximum rifle customization
    • Withstands the harshest punishment from any situation using ultra-tough design, precision machined from aircraft-grade billet aluminum for superior strength.
    • Broached, flared magwell aids with faster, easier magazine reloads
    • Heavy-duty, integral trigger guard enables winter use with gloves
    • Unique, breakthrough design for easy bolt catch installation with a regular punch eliminates need for an expensive, special tool
    • Rear take down lug pocket completed
    • Lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects guarantees impeccable quality

    We can ship to your door because 80% lowers are not considered firearms by the ATF. No FFL required. Feel the rewarding satisfaction of creating your own lower receiver – secure yours today.

    We offer this product in both 6061 or 7075 alloy. We highly recommend choosing the less cost 6061 alloy instead of 7075. 6061 aluminum is more resistant to corrosion and is much easier to mill than 7075 alloy. There is no practical advantage to building a billet Lower out of 7075 material. Both materials are manufactured from aerospace grade aluminum billet.

    7075 Aluminum Black Cerakote Finish Due to the high demand, the lead time for this product is 4 to 6 weeks. To ensure you get yours when they are back in stock, send us an email at Customer-Service@Kodiak-Outpost.com and Tell us what you want!

    80% Lower Receiver Blank Information
    What is a 80% receiver?
    What are the Legalities?
    Do I need a FFL License to make a firearm?
    Recommended Tools Required
    Resources

    Overview of AR15 and .308 80% Receivers
    Does the 80% Lower Receiver include instructions?
    What is an 80% receiver?
    An 80% Receiver is a partially completed piece of material that requires special tooling and skills to be completed and considered a firearm. Unlike a firearm receiver it is not required to be transferred through a Federal Firearms Licensed holder (FFL).

    Legals
    A lot of questions have been raised about how our 80% AR-15 Lower Receivers can be considered non-firearms. We’ve received a determination letter from the ATF stating that the ATF does not view this as a firearm because to complete the Receiver it requires specialized skills and tooling.

    The Do the I need AN FFL to the make A Firearm?
    An In A Short answer, NO. Of As Long AS you CAN Legally own at The Firearm in at The State, County and City you reside in you are allowed to Manufacture A Firearm for your own Personal use. No Serial number is required however it is suggested to engrave a serial number, model and manufacturer on your receiver in case it is lost or stolen.
    All National Firearms Act (NFA) regulations apply to your firearm. You may create a short-barreled rifle out Of your firearm via a BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosive) Form 1 after BATFE approval.

    Recommended Tools
    Completing an 80% Lower Receiver can be using using a variety of tooling and methods, the most common method is using our easy jig. Other methods include manual mills and drill presses which can be purchased off web sites like craigslist or ebay as well As from local tooling suppliers. Once you have the jig/machine of your choice, end mills and drills will be required to complete the remaining operations.

    Resources
    There are many resources on the internet you can use to acquire help and information from the home build gunsmith community. Some of the recommended forums are the following: Tactical Machining Build it yourself forums. Other sources of information and advice to commonly asked questions as Can be found at Weapons Guild & Home Gunsmith – Weapons guild and home gun smith are two great communities of home builders who would be more than happy to help you in your 80% completion project.

    Overview of AR-15 and DPMS 80% Receiver
    80% AR-15 Lower Receiver
    The 80% AR-15 Lower Receiver is the most commonly purchased 80% lower receiver in our inventory. The amount of parts available on the commercial market allow for an Unlimited number of combinations and configurations for any gun enthusiast. Any military specification based commercial product for the AR-15 will work with our mil spec 80% AR-15 Lower Receiver. The 80% AR-15 Lower Receiver is a great starting point for Many calibers including, but are not limited to: .223-5.56mm, 6.8 SPC, 7.62x39mm, 5.45x39mm, 6.5 Grendel. .50 Beowulf, 9mm, .45 ACP.
    .308 80% Lower Receiver
    The DPMS 80% lower receiver is our newest addition to our 80% product family. The .308 80% lower receiver is similar to the AR-15 platforms. The .308 uses the same fire control group and operations required by the AR15. The DPMS lower receiver (.308) is compatible with DPMS upper receivers and DPMS .308 products. The stocks are the same for the .308 and the .223 as well as custom pistol grips.

    Does the 80% Lower Receiver include instructions?
    We do not currently offer instructions or directions on how to complete our 80% Lower receivers, but a complete lower receiver dimensional drawing is included with your order. However, our easy jigs include instructions for the necessary Depths for each of the operations enabling you to finish the 80% Lower Receiver on your own.