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Whether you’re a home gunsmith, a firearms enthusiast, or simply someone who enjoys building a carbine with their bare hands, an 80 lower is an incredibly valuable resource. It allows you to complete the final machining of your receiver in the comfort of your own workshop.
The best part? You can do it all without having to buy expensive equipment!
At 5D Tactical, we offer a diverse range of 80 lowers that can be converted with just a drill press. So, if you’ve always wanted to construct your very own carbine, you’re in the perfect place to get started.
An 80 lower frame is a partially completed piece of metal that only requires milling to be made ready for assembly into a completed firearm. Therefore, if you want to build your own custom AR-15 from scratch, one of the primary steps is to obtain an 80% lower receiver blank.
An 80 lower empowers you to build your own carbine, pistol, or rifle from the comfort of your own home workshop. In addition to the fulfillment of forging one’s own firearm, you can also save money when compared to buying whole weapons outright.
At 5D Tactical, our AR-15, AR-308, and AR-9 80% lower receivers boast fast shipping directly to your home. Better still, all of our products are proudly made in the USA and to exacting standards of excellence.
Engineered for exceptional durability, and precision-machined with aerospace-grade aluminum for superior strength, our 80 percent lower receivers ensure that you’ll be starting your AR build off on the right foot.
Easily convert our AR-15, AR-10, or AR-9 lowers into fully functional receivers with our 80% Lower Jigs. Shop our unfinished receivers and kits to get all the parts you need to complete your custom build with precision and efficiency.
80% lowers require the fire control group pocket to be milled out, which is completed with a handheld compact router. A hand drill or a drill press can be used to drill the safety selector, hammer, and trigger pin hole. We offer a variety of billet and forged AR-15 80 lower receivers of the highest quality as well.
Yes, because they aren’t considered to be firearms, per the ATF’s definition, you don’t need a license to purchase or own an 80 AR lower.
In order for them to become functional firearm components, they require some basic machining and drilling.
This can easily be completed in 45 minutes, or less, with our innovative AR-15 and AR-308 Router Jig Kits.
No. You don’t need to register your 80 lower because an unfinished receiver is not considered a firearm by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF).
At 5D Tactical, we offer a diverse catalog of the best 80% lower receivers on the market. To find the perfect 80 lower frames for your next project, you must simply determine the type of ready-to-build firearm you wish to assemble.
If you prefer a carbine, for example, you can opt for our AR-15 80% Lower Receivers. Meanwhile, those who like pistols can turn to our 80% Pistol Frames.
Perhaps you’re more of a rifle person? We’ve got you covered with our AR10 Lower Receivers.
Don’t forget your AR 10 Lower Parts Kit to ensure you have the components you need to complete your AR-10/308 build.
Whatever your needs, at 5D Tactical, we offer the 80 lower frames for which you’ve been searching.
Best of all, AR receiver sets aren’t the only 80% lower parts that we offer. With a AR-15 Lower Receiver Parts Kit, for example, you have everything you need to upgrade your AR-15 or complete a stripped lower receiver.
As with any project, it’s important to have all necessary supplies on hand before beginning work. If you’re planning to build a firearm, like an AR rifle or carbine, it’s important you have the correct AR lower receiver block, jig kit, tools, and accessories.
For our part, at 5D Tactical, we know that DIY AR builders rely on the best quality parts to finish their projects. That’s why we aim to bring you the best 80 lowers and parts on the market.
We have a passion for home gunsmithing and would be thrilled to help you explore the hobby further. If you want more information on how to build your own firearms from 80 percent lower build kits, reach out to our team today.
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