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Want to take your AR build game to another level? Hybrid 80 is proud to offer the first 80% Lower Receiver Blank on the market, The Liberator . Using the same Nylon 6-6 with 50% fiber fill for the body and brass inserts near high stress or threaded areas , the Hybrid 80 is the best 80% on the market today, in a class all its own. Now you can have the ease of machining Nylon with the strength of our brass inserts.
Each Liberator comes with a one time use jig and trigger hole guide.

Returns will not be accepted once the receiver is modified in any way. All warranty issues will be directed to the manufacturer.
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100-023-083WB

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Why? An 80% with a Dewalt router couldn’t be easier. 80% Arms gen 2 jig. Bonus aluminum! This is an answer to a question nobody has asked.

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I have completed around 10 or 12 poly lowers including 2 Tennessee arms which these do look like, All using a drill press. They all came out great and work great! Obviously not as strong a lower as aluminum but they work!!! Its not hard to do at all, Just take your time, go slow and keep a eye on your progress as you go! And enjoy!

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I suggest you read the reviews on this lower and jig on Brownells.com before considering purchasing this 80% kit.

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Having done several ar 80%. Gotta say its a lot harder than doing a P80 glock kit IMO. If you have a good jig and the right tools maybe not the worst, but every time i have built an 80% ar project I regret ever taking it on.

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I'd regret taking on an 80 too if I didn't have the right tools. Same could be said for nearly any task. A mill would make it a piece of cake, but even the cheap jig and router make it very doable. Especially on a poly.

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I’m pretty sure these are tennessee arms. They have some blemished ones on their site in black with a flag laser burn and some fully machined unblemished ones in several colors. I wouldn’t buy any of their parts kits or assembled stuff but the lowers themselves are priced well.

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Just from watching some YouTube review videos, these definitely look to be the same as the Tennessee Arms lowers. That being said, the Tennessee lowers seem to be getting some bad reviews because of upper/lower fitment issues at the rear where the buffer tube threads in.

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I haven’t seen those. I know tnarmsco requests you tell them if you’ll be using a fixed (a1/a2) stock and they’ll shave a touch off their machined (firearm) lowers.

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I wonder how this compares to a P80 lower in terms of ease of completion? I've never done either but tempted to pick one up.

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Ive never done a 80% lower, with this jig, what tools are required to complete it? obviously I know a drill, but hand drill? drill press? what else? thanks for respectful answers

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Normally you would use a router with a special bit, typically included with the jig. Look up Modulus Arms.

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