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Tennessee Arms Company, LLC is proud to reintroduce our line of clear AR15 style lower receivers. This receiver is fully functional and ready to be installed onto your mil-spec upper receiver and your own buffer assembly. We are offering this receiver as complete and populated only as the assembly process is slightly different with this lower compared to our standard lower receivers. Constructed of a gun-oil and UV resistant material this functional lower is intended as a training tool and is not intended for duty use or the rough treatment that our standard receivers are accustomed to. This receiver is assembled using standard AR parts and no specialty parts are used in it's construction or assembly. While the use of customer supplied parts is perfectly acceptable and will fit perfectly they are not recommended.
This lower comes semi assembled with our single-stage trigger and standard pistol grip.
Your Ghost Gun receiver weighs in at a slight 3.6 ounces making it the lightest functional Ar15 style lower receiver in the world. The complete lower receiver, using mil-spec parts, weighs in at 1.625 pounds with a standard buffer. If you are looking for the lightest build possible, you are in the right spot. We have tested this receiver with every caliber in the AR platform from .22 long rifle to 50 Beowulf with no problems in performance or reliability. Sons of Liberty Gun Works was nice enough to turn one into a full-auto for us during our testing phase (see video below)
This receiver IS a firearm and will need to be sent to your local FFL for processing and background checks. Due to the added complication of building these receivers please allow up to four weeks for processing and shipment to your FFL.
* Due to the unique nature of this product, we are offering a 45 day guarantee of this product.
I bought this lower and it had no problem when I put the 450 bushmaster BCA upper. Looks amazing when we shot it you can see the hammer striking the firing pin from 10 ft away. Was really cool