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Tools for Completing an 80% Lower

Posted by AR-15LowerReceivers.com on Sep 10th 2020

Tools for Completing an 80% Lower
You want to build an AR using an 80% lower. We're breaking down the required and recommended tools. AR9, AR-15, and LR-308 80% lowers use the same parts, like the trigger, hammer, and safety l … read more

All Types of 80% Lowers & Frames

Posted by AR-15LowerReceivers.com on Sep 9th 2020

All Types of 80% Lowers & Frames
With so many options available, pick the right lower for an 80% gun build can seem overwhelming. We're comparing all 80% lowers for every platform, including all AR lowers and handgun frames. We'll al … read more

What is an 80% Lower Jig?

Posted by AR-15LowerReceivers.com on Sep 8th 2020

What is an 80% Lower Jig?
You know what an 80% lower is (if you don't, read this), and now you want to build your first gun using one. Whether that new gun is an AR or handgun, you need some tools to build it. Most tools ar … read more

AR-15 vs. M16: What's the Difference?

Posted by AR-15LowerReceivers.com on Sep 1st 2020

AR-15 vs. M16: What's the Difference?
If you're a gun owner getting into the AR platform, you've already seen references to the M4 and M16, two military-issued rifles currently in service. These fully automatic rifles look identical to … read more

Benefits of Building with 80% Lowers

Posted by AR-15LowerReceivers.com on Aug 6th 2020

Benefits of Building with 80% Lowers
By now you know what an 80% lower is, and you have a general idea of how to build an AR-15. But when it comes to getting your hands on the firearm itself -- in this case, the stripped lower … read more

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