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Want to take your AR build game to another level? Tennessee Arms Company is proud to offer the first Hybrid 80 Percent 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 , we are confident when we say that this 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. All covered by our lifetime warranty.
Liberator w/jig comes with a one time use jig and trigger hole guide. All you need is a drill press and the following bits to complete your 80% project which can be purchased here Drill Bits & End Mill Kit
All Liberators will be shipped to the address in the "Shipping Address" portion of the checkout process . If you have special shipment needs , please list them in the "Comments" section of the checkout process.
Return and Exchange policy: We will only accept returns and exchanges on unaltered 80% blanks. Any manufacturing defects or exchanges will be processed on a case by case basis.
Timely delivery, product is as advertised yet to build, but looks good!
Awesome product slightly pricy for Polymer, could get aluminum lower cheaper, drop the price
Not for the faint of heart. Patience and creativity will take you to the finish line.
The beefed up body makes you feel more secure using a poly lower and the jig is so easy it's a must try first for beginners.
Overall I am pleased with the lower. I have not fired it yet as I just received the firing group kit and built it tonight. The only thing I found disappointing is the hole for the safety selector detent was not the correct size. Looking forward to putting some rounds down range.
This is an excellant product. Made a great weapon.
everything worked as should i'm happy with the look and feel. would recommend and i'll use one again.
hoping it turns out great.
Some fitment issues. I did a great job with milling but I screwed up when trying to mill to make breakdown front fit better.