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Cerro Anodized 80 Percent Lower with Optional Safety Engraving

This Cerro-forged 80 percent lower is not an FFL item; classified by the ATF as a non-firearm. It's made from T6 heat-treated 7075 aluminum with a Type III hardcoat anodized finish to protect against wear and tear and corrosion. Its magwells have been flared and broached, and all it needs is a machined trigger and safety well in order to be a fully functional, mil-spec lower receiver. Review some of the graphics that can be engraved by clicking on the Magwell and Safety tabs above, and customize the look of your 80 percent lower. Shop at RightToBear.com and save with great discount pricing on your AR15 parts without sacrificing quality.

Don't forget to select 1 of the 28 different safety markings from the drop down menu. The safety engraving reference chart can be seen under the "CHART A" tab above.

80% machined (just needs trigger and safety well machined)
7075 aluminum
Cerro forged
T6 Heat treated
Magwells are flared and broached
Type III Hardcoat anodized finish
Cerro Forge (Key hole may or may not be machined off)

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$70 for a blemished milspec 80%? I paid $42 each for 3 80s with no flaws and free shipping from Joe Bob's just 2 weeks ago. A reminder that y'all don't have to charge these high prices in the current climate. You're just greedy anti-American trash ripping of your fellow citizens.

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Yet you gave them five stars

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Lie, Not with safety engraved but with the option at more money! Scam! I have bought many things from Right to bear, This is a real LOW for them!

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Sorry about that. What they mean by “safety engrave”? Other than that, it looks Lil a good piece? Thinking to build my first AR.

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Brownell's has Matrix anodized on sale for 35 bucks, plus a free shipping code. Sorry guys.

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Do you have an ETA on when these will be back in stock?

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website says $50 plus $10 for safety markings? That's not $45

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Is the rear take down pin area cut on these lowers?

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Yes they are but some uppers will not close on the lower until the lower is completed.

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This is a good price for a forged lower. There is a lot of "sold out" signs on sites these days. In for 5.

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Amazing how the price of these went up 75% during tax season after a shooting.

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Machine shops were selling them to us at cost for a while trying to stay afloat. Trust me, I don't like it either but they raised the price on us. Our margins are still the same. We make roughly $5 per lower.

Forgings are drying up as well. Machine shops are running out, so they have to turn a profit on the ones they still have.

I can see how it would be frustrating though.

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Hoe does the annodizing look compared to Aero Precsion vs anderson?

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Pardon my ignorance, but whats the point of an 80% lower when you can buy a stripped lower for maybe $10 more after the xfer fee? Ppl who can't pass bg checks or don't qualify to own a gun?

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For me, it's not about saving money or hiding anything...I simply enjoy finishing the lowers. It's a satisfying project for people who enjoy that type of thing.

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The lowest transfer fee in 50 miles is $50. Plus, I have to pay tax even if purchased out of state. Compare that to a one time charge for a jig and an 80% lower is saving money after three.

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For that reason and for guys that are super paranoid that the gubment is coming for their guns. The milling on an 80% is too much work for me to save $10.

"Sorry. Lost all mine in a tragic boating accident. Am I suspected of committing a crime? See you later then."

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"80% Machined (Just needs trigger and safety well machined)"
Really? And how are you going to get the safety selector, hammer pin, and trigger pin in? You're gonna need a jig and some reamers. Tolerances on those holes are tight.

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I feel you do need the desire to build several 80% lowers to justify spending the money on the cost of the jig and tools. That being said, It's not super difficult. You just need a good Jig like an Easy Jig-Gen 2 AR-15/308 Multi Platform a router, drill and vise and the ability to follow a video and/or read instructions, time and desire for satisfaction in partially building a gun yourself without a 4473. I can buy Anderson lowers for around $40 with tax and no ffl fee but like 80%'s when I have time to mill them into finished stripped lowers.

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Buy 4 for $40 plus it's Blem please do yourself a favor and edit unless you want me to leave negative rating I purchased two from you and I'm happy with the quality.

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