TAC-9 Stripped Receiver, Glock Mag Compatible

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0.46 LBS
8.00 (in)
4.50 (in)
2.00 (in)
Current Stock:


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*Glock magazine compatible 9mm/.357 Sig/ 40 S&W

This must be sent to an FFL dealer, this IS a firearm


  • Nylon 6-6 Body

  • Marine Grade Brass inserts in Buffer Tower and Pistol Grip

  • Installed Ambidextrous Mag release

  • Lifetime Warranty against Breakage or Failure

  • Available in Magpul Matching Colors

  • 7 Ounces Stripped



Tennessee Arms Company is proud to bring to the market our newly designed TAC-9 style lower receiver.

The TAC-9 receiver is the newest member of the Tennessee Arms family of receiver. Using our fiber reinforced polymer and metal inserts we have delivered the lightest and best designed Glock Magazine compatible lower receiver on the market today. This receiver comes with our proprietary ambidextrous magazine release already installed. The rest of the lower receiver parts are standard AR design.  These parts are in stock and ready to ship. 

Manufactured from a fiber-reinforced Nylon blend with extreme resiliency. Using our patent-pending technology, Marine-Grade Brass inserts are permanently molded into the receivers at the Grip Screw & Buffer Area. These metal threaded inserts increase durability without sacrificing weight savings of the composite bodies. The ejector is permanently embedded in the material. Colors are injected throughout the receiver during molding thus eliminating the worry for a scratched or marred finish.The end result is a sturdy receiver that is light to carry without compromising functionality.

TN ARMS CO Products come with a lifetime guarantee. We stand behind our products 100%. We believe the finest way to show this is through impeccable customer service which includes a warranty that stands firm. We invented the hybrid lower receiver, and we work continuously to keep it second-to-none.  

Federal law requires that you be 21 years or age or older to purchase a stripped receiver or frame. Even if a frame or receiver can only be made into a long gun (rifle or shotgun), it is still a frame or receiver not a handgun or long gun. However, they still are "firearms" by definition, and subject to the same GCA limitations as any other firearms.

Upon ordering, please list the contact information for your desired FFL.

Building Out Your TAC-9 Receiver  (blog entry for FAQ and build data)


  • 3
    Good Item - Some issues

    Posted by FAREED DHANOYA on 31st Jul 2020

    The Good - Very nice quality. Very light. Great features.
    The BAD - FCG pocket is blocked by the serial # block and that severely limits the triggers that can be used. Forget Hyperfire, Timney, ARGold and most other good triggers - they will NOT fit or work.

  • 4
    9mm rediever

    Posted by Don Davis on 7th Jul 2020

    Very well built. A little snug fit but easy to work with. Performs great.

  • 5
    Tac-9 lower

    Posted by Tim Roberts on 24th Jun 2020

    Amazing lower!! 1st lower I've assembled, very easy, good tight fit. Solid built and works as intended.

  • 5
    My Review

    Posted by Sam Brinson on 24th Jun 2020

    The TAC- 9 Stripped Lower Receiver I purchase looks AWESOME! I can't wait to put everything together!

  • 5
    f*cken' awesome! looks great, functions perfect!

    Posted by Thomas Paszkiewicz on 23rd Jun 2020


  • 4

    Posted by jim on 20th Jun 2020

    the reciever is nice it works well i had to do a bit more fitting than i thoight should be at rear where cross bolt comes down into reciever, it lightweight seems strong i would like to see metal that rens from pistol grip to recoil buffer tang

  • 5
    A polymer lower that will shock you

    Posted by Mike on 11th Jun 2020

    Well I like it so much this is my 2nd one. I purchased one in black and another in grey. Quality wise I have never been left down. Price is right and quality is great, keep doing what you do TNArms!

  • 5
    Works just fine

    Posted by Akwxmn on 9th Jun 2020

    This is my second TAC-9 and I've had no issues or grips with either.

  • 4
    update to review

    Posted by Dan Davies on 9th Jun 2020

    Got hold of them and they gave me ideas on fixing issue and offered to replace if needed