80% Lower receiver AR-15 Blemished
80% AR-15 Blemished Lower Receiver – Black
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80% AR-15 Lower Receiver with Blemish
80 Percent Lower Receiver Features:
This AR-15 80% Blemished Lower Receiver is made from a 7075-T6 Aluminum AR-15 Lower Forging with an Anodized Black Finish. Including the fact it is Machined beyond Military Standards and Quality Inspected Prior to Finishing. Also, Our Machine Shop uses a couple of different 80 Percent forging blanks. Coming from 2 of the top producers of forged AR-15 Parts for all of the firearms leaders in the country to maintain consistency in the parts. Beyond that, In the Finishing Process the 80% lower receiver is inspected for defects then bead blasted prior to the Hard coat Anodizing Application to Mil-Spec requirements.
These 80% AR-15 Lower have cosmetic Blemishes such as finish difference, scratches, or dents and dings. The 80-Lower receivers with blemishes are fully functioning parts once you finish the machining and drilling to transform the lower into a firearm. AR-15 Lowers can be finished with the 80% Lower Jig and held to tight tolerances.
80 AR15 Lower Specifications:
- Hard coat Anodized Type III Black
- Machined from 7075-T6 Forging
- Precision Machined to Mil-Spec Tolerance
- Broached Magazine Well For perfect fit every time
- BATF Approved, Ships directly to your door
- Easy with Jig to complete with a little patience
- Multi Caliber used for .223/5.56/300AAC/9mm/7.62×39
Process to Finish 80 percent blemished lower:
- machine out fire control group
- Drill trigger Pin Hole
- Drill hammer pin Hole
- Cut trigger slot
- Drill safety selector hole
The 80% Lower Receiver is not a Federal Firearms License item. This receiver is machined to 80 percent and still requires machining to be completed.
What tools are required or recommended to finish my lower receiver?
Building an 80% lower receiver into a finished lower receiver can be done using readily available tools and the proper techniques. The most popular methods involve using a drill press or milling machine. Once you have chosen the type of drill you wish to use, you will also need an 80% lower jig set. The jig helps ensure that the 80% lower is properly machined and that high tolerances are initiated and maintained.