Love the military glory of the AR-10? Or simply want to invest in a round a bit bigger (and more capable) than 5.56 or .223? We pieced together these hyper-accurate LR-308 Rifle Kits to provide you the opportunity to build a truly custom bench rifle capable of ringing steel at 700 yards or more. Featuring DPMS-platform .308 components and MOA-capable barrels, these complete build kit include everything needed for assembly, including a quality billet .308 80% lower receiver.
With so many AR manufacturers and parts hitting the market, it's tough to find truly quality components that don't cost an arm and a leg. We worked closely with direct manufacturers and gunsmiths to ensure out LR-308 kits include the top-tier stuff you need to be accurate with any .308 loads. Below are some of the specifications that set our kits apart from the (more expensive) competition:
Receiver Sold Separately.
NOTE: Counter to federal law, some states have enacted certain restrictions and/or bans on gun-making kits and AR-15 kits like ours. Reference our state and federal 80% lower law guide to get an idea of what you need to know or research further before buying and building. If you're ever unsure, consult with a licensed attorney in your state.
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