Yes, 80% Lowers are still legal.
If you would like to read the ATF letter sent to the FFL holders that outline our regulations CLICK HERE
These states have STATE laws prohibiting ownership: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington.... you are responsible for ensuring legal compliance in your area
So.... How does this work then?
Well to overly simplify the regulations, its kind of like this. The 80% receiver we offer is still not a firearm and never was according to the ATF. Their position is that by providing the jig, instruction, drill bits or other assistance that it falls under the "readily" portion of the regulations. So by selling the "not a firearm" 80% receiver with a jig which is also "not a firearm" or instructions that are also "not a firearm" it somehow becomes a firearm. Which makes about as much sense as pretty much anything in government but when Democrat politicians and bureaucrats come up with regulations concerning things they hate and do not understand there you go. Is this going to stop gun crime and violence.... nope. Was it ever intended to, probably not.... But here we are.
Manufacturing your own firearm is still legal under federal law if you are legally able to possess a firearm. The legal basis for this is older than our country and this fact is the reason we even have our own country.
from ATF Website and Official Guidance **
To ensure compliance with federal regulations all TNARMSCO jig molds and all remaining company stock of jigs was sold to AR1580Jig.com . We can no longer provide jigs or replacements.
This allows us to legally continue to provide the 80% receivers. All sales will be final and we cannot legally provide any assistance beyond getting the 80% to you quickly.