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308 Blue Titanium 80% Lower Receiver DPMS Platform
The Blue 80% 308 Lower Mag well is fully broached for a perfect fit every time.
The 80% 308 AR-10 Lower receiver is machined from 7075-T6 Aluminum
The operations left to be completed on our 80% 308 lower 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.
WE DO NOT SHIP 80% LOWER RECEIVERS TO THE FOLLOWING STATES – NY, RI, NJ, CT, MD, DE, HI, IL, NV, CA, WA, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DENVER, CO OR BOULDER, CO
What is a 308 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% lower :
- You can legally own the firearm in question in the state in which you live
- You are building the firearm for your personal use and for yourself only.
It is a good idea to mark your firearm built from an 80 percent lower 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.