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ZAVIAR Firearms is proud to present the new ZAVIAR AR-15 Mutli-Cal Skeletonized Lower Receiver! This lower comes in several finishes and combinations and is built to MIL-SPEC standards here in Orlando, Florida. The ZAVIAR AR-15 Mutli-Cal Skeletonized Lower Receiver is machined with 100% USA parts and labor, is skeletonized with our proprietary "Z" and comes with our stylish ZAVIAR Eagle Logo, engraved in the receiver.

EVERY ZAVIAR Skeletonized lower receiver comes with the best limited lifetime warranty in the business, ensuring performance, quality, and customer satisfaction.

If you haven't tried ZAVIAR's competitive, quality, performance focused, made in the USA products today, it is likely you are spending more for the same!

Check out our review on this and other sites for customer testimonials, we stand by our quality, and our customers appreciate our standards.

ZAVIAR AR-15 Mutli-Cal Skeletonized Lower Receiver Specifications

* Made from a 7075-T6 Forged Aluminum
* FIRE/SAFE safety selector markings
* MIL-SPEC Fit
* Black Cerakoted
* Marked Multi Cal
* Includes threaded tension-er hole, does not include tension-er
* Skeletonized magwell with our proprietary "Z"
* ZAVIAR eagle logo engraved on magazine release side

COMES INSTALLED WITH:

* Lower Parts Kit
* Buffer, Buffer Spring and Back plate

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They’re around $200....

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?

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Drop the Z and advertise the actual product not a complete lower.

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Yeah not so big on the Z myself. They should pay you to advertise for them. Not a fan of skeletonizing though. Not a bit. Looks like it wo9uld break easily.

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Yea its not like manufacturer's put their brand on lowers already.

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Skeletonized lowers are mostly an aesthetic trend with little to no effect on functionality. When we had these designed, the key was to do so without sacrificing the structural stability of the part itself. We understand that these are not for everyone, but we have seen a decent level of interest in the product since we released these. We will be offering new designs, etchings, and looks for lowers very soon, and I hope we can come out with something that you and others who are looking for something unique and new to sign up for!

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The $179 comes with a complete lower with pistol tube or buttstock. Stripped are 89 bucks

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I understand extra machine time and tooling to skeletonize but to do your advertising with the “ proprietary Z” the deal seems steep.

Looks like nice work non the less.

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Out of curiosity, can I see what product your comparing the price of our skeletonized lowers to, price wise? We are not a company that inflates our prices by any means, and I would be surprised to see skeletonized lowers of the same quality for much less.

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I think what Lookin4gundeals is saying is if you want to throw your branding in everyone's face then you should discount the product. I too might buy the lower if it wasn't for the completely out of place "Z." Most people do not want to pay for the right to act like a mobile billboard.

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I appreciate the input, I know there are different markets of people out there some of which do buy this particular lower, and some who don't like the branding. I will be making some new lowers in the near future that are Armed Forces themed, new skeletonized patterns, etc. If you guys don't like the Z, you may like those. Just keep an eye out!

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Will that include a Coast Guard theme too?

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All five major branches including the CG!

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The CG isn't an armed forces branch. They aren't part of DOD, but DOT.

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I would challenge all the Coasties to rebut your assertion and ask those that did 20 years what they say every month oh and by the way they have done combat in war

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That was true in 2003.

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Those I would like to see!

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