Tactical Machining just informed use that they have a bunch of “Class A” Blem 80% AR-15 lowers available and on sale. Tactical Machining grades blems on a 3 tier scale. Class A Blem lowers are basically as close to perfect as you can get but have extremely minor blemishes that most people would never even be able to notice. They could have actually just sold these as non-blem lowers but they have a very strict Quality Control process and these just barely didn’t pass. Check them out and stock up on some 80% lowers for just $59.99 each. www.TacticalMachining.com
This is our highest quality 80% AR-15 blem receiver we offer, its practically perfect! Our standard 7075 forged 80% AR-15 lower receiver. This is a Class A blemished lower receiver with a minor imperfection. Most imperfections are unnoticeable and NONE affect the functionality.
This is a Class A blemished lower receiver with extremely minor imperfections. Most imperfections are unnoticeable and NONE affect the functionality. These 80% AR-15 Lower receivers start as 7075-T6 forgings from the lead forge in the US and are fully machined to mil-spec tolerances. The operations left to be completed are as follows/ fire control group, trigger pin, hammer pin, trigger slot and the safety selector hole. This is a not an FFL item. This is not a complete receiver and still requires machining to be done. We have a copy of our ATF determination letter and our determination update stating that it is not a firearm.
Blemish: Some blemishes are slight scratches or dings. Again these blemishes are purely cosmetic and do not affect the functionality of a completed receiver.
Class A – Extremely minor imperfections in the forging. Imperfections are so minor you will be hard pressed to find them. No imperfection impairs function of receiver.
Class B – Minor imperfections to the forging. Imperfection might be noticeable on sight or slightly to touch such as small scratch or slight ding. No imperfection impairs function of receiver.
Class C – Noticeable imperfection to the forging. Imperfections consist of larger (up to a quarter inch) dings or pits. No imperfection impairs function of receiver.