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How to Complete an 80% 1911 Frame

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

How to Complete an 80% 1911 Frame
If you've decided to build your new 1911 from scratch using an 80% frame, you're in the right place. This instructional guide provides detailed steps and photos for cutting and drilling the frame … read more

All 80% Lower Jigs Compared (Rifles and Pistols)

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

All 80% Lower Jigs Compared (Rifles and Pistols)
We've covered what 80% lowers are, and why you might want to invest in this option for building your first or next AR-15 or handgun. Now let's cover the various tools and equipment you need to cons … read more

How To Complete An 80% Lower Receiver

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

How To Complete An 80% Lower Receiver
Power tools, end mill bits, sharp aluminum... The thought of finishing your own 80% lower receiver may seem a little intimidating. Don't be worried. With a few simple tools, you can easily cut and … read more

The Elite Builder Jig vs 5D Tactical Router Jig Pro

Posted by AR-15LowerReceivers.com on Jul 7th 2020

The Elite Builder Jig vs 5D Tactical Router Jig Pro
Looking to build an AR-15 or AR-10 from an 80% lower? There's a good chance that you've narrowed down your jig search to these two 80% lower jigs right here. Let's compare these two to see which one m … read more

3 Ways to Complete an 80% Lower Receiver

Posted by AR-15LowerReceivers.com on Jul 7th 2020

3 Ways to Complete an 80% Lower Receiver
By now you've caught on to the fact that using an 80% lower receiver to build your new AR-15 or other rifle or pistol is probably the best approach: You're skipping the background check and NICS … read more

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