80% Lower Receiver AR-15


type: lowers

Description:

80% AR-15 Lower Receiver - Black Anodized

80% AR-15 Lower Features:

Our Mil-Spec Lower receiver Starts with a top quality 7075-T6 Aluminum Forging and are completed to exacting CNC Tolerances to the stage required to be considered (80 percent) still not a firearm by Federal Laws. The AR-15 Lower Receiver can be completed by the Do it Yourself Weapon Enthusiast with minimal easy to find tooling and a 80% Lower receiver Jig to completion and build that AR-15 Rifle you dreamed about. Being a Mil-Spec lower makes it possible to finish with a wide variety of popular 80 percent jigs and tooling on the market including router and drill press type fixtures.  

After the Machining Process the 80% Receiver is Inspected by qualified Personnel in the Tactical Inspection machining Department before tumbling to remove sharp edges then Bead Blasted to create a uniform Finish on the Lower.  In the Next step the lower is sent to Anodizing where a 8625 Type III Class 2 Black Hardcoat Anodized Finish is applied to the 80% Lower Receiver to insure a tough, durable, and corrosion resistant part.

Daytona Tactical believes firmly in the 2nd amendment and the Right for all to Bear Arms and be able for the Right minded, law abiding to build from 80 percent lowers their own creations as they see fit without intervention from law.

80-Lower Specifications:

  • Machined from 7075-T6 Aluminum Forging
  • 8625 Type III Hardcoat Anodize - Black
  • CNC Machined to Mil-Spec tolerances
  • Easy to complete with a Jig
  • Magazine Well Broached
  • Rear Upper Lug Pocket Cut out
  • Fits All Mil-Spec Upper Receivers
  • Can be used for Multiple Calibers .223/5.56/300BLK/9mm/7.62x39/6.5 grendel/45 ACP/40 S&W

Operations to be completed on 80% receiver:

  • Machine out fire control group
  • Drill Hammer and trigger pin holes
  • Cut out Trigger Slot
  • Drill for Safety Selector Switch

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.

To Read More about 80% Firearms and the laws From the ATF CLICK HERE.