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Old 10-31-2013, 03:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Just sort of got into checking these out the other evening.
The pricing is not so outstanding for having to do the final fit and finish, but, the thing I like is there is NO FFL required as it is an unfinished home made unit.
Even make up Your own serial nummers and such. even put Your own brand on um.
The jigs to get the drilling right is extra.

There is even some made of Polymars that says to just remove the white and it is done, these do not require any special machining tools, well, except for a dremmel tool. Might not be in this particular site but I did see some the other evening.

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Old 10-31-2013, 08:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Here is that polymer one Polymer Lowers - 80% AR Receivers - Polymer 80 Percent Lowers

I've had a cast 80% lower sitting on my bed side table for a while now.

I'm waiting on 3 more and a jig set from a company that did a kick starter program a while back.
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That's really cool but I'm afraid that the goverment will have them shut down..... all my guns are in my name so no need in my eyes..but if your down to do it I think its awesome, I'm not knocking it just not for me that's all.. good luck with it and give us some pics when its 100%....
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If I lived in fear of what the government was going to ban next that wouldn't be living at all.

I hope they don't make me make that decision but if they do I'll figure it out then. No reason to speculate because everything changes.
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It is not illegal to make your own gun. I know plenty of people that have made their own 1911's they just can not sell them.

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*it's not illegal right now.
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Lots of things are not.
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They've been around for at least 10 years that I remember seeing them. Not really worth it to me, since there's no denying that I already own firearms.


It's not illegal to sell a gun that you have made. It's illegal to manufacture a gun for sale without having a manufacturer's FFL.
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I'm pretty sure it's illegal to sell a firearm that you made for personal use.
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Not if you have registered it and have a FFL. Then again. it is not for personal use.Then again most smiths I know build what they like and then sell them.
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