Introducing an Anarchy Outdoors Exclusive: AERO Precision Freedom AR15 Stripped Lower Receiver featuring a custom engraved American Flag graphic on the magwell of our popular AR15 Gen 2 Lower Receiver. Markings Include Model "FREEDOM" and "4JULY-XXXX" serial number range. Like all of our receivers, this product is machined to mil-spec dimensions and works with standard AR15 components. Coupled with, the M4E1 Threaded Upper Receiver featuring a new angular machined design that helps it stand apart from standard mil-spec upper receivers. This upper receiver features the same enhanced body profile as our M4E1 Enhanced Upper Receiver but is threaded to accept a standard AR15 barrel nut. It is forged from 7075-T6 Aluminum, precision machined to work with all mil-spec AR15 parts and includes the port door and forward assist pre-installed.
- M4E1 AR15 Stripped Lower Receiver, Special Edition: Freedom (WHILE SUPPLIES LAST)
- M4E1 Threaded Assembled Upper Receiver in Anodized Black
- Stripped AR15 Gen 2 Special Edition: Freedom Lower Receiver
Why are the stars on the right?
This is a commonly asked question with a simple answer - Always Forward, Never Retreat. Per Army Regulations 670-1, the U.S. flag patch is to be worn, right or left shoulder, so that "the star field faces forward, or to the flag’s own right. When worn in this manner, the flag is facing to the observer’s right, and gives the effect of the flag flying in the breeze as the wearer moves forward."
M4E1 Threaded Upper Receiver Features:
- New enhanced forging that gives the upper receiver a "billet look"
- New picatinny profile that blends seamlessly with our Enhanced and ATLAS Series Handguards
- M4 Feedramps
- .250 takedown pin holes
- Laser engraved T-marks
- Includes port door and forward assist
- M4E1 Threaded Upper Receiver in Anodized Black
- Port Door and Forward Assist installed
Federal law requires that you be 21 years or age or older to purchase a stripped receiver or frame. 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. See Section 921(a)(3)(b). 18 U.S.C. Section 922(b)(1) makes it unlawful for a licensee to sell any firearm other than a shotgun or rifle to any person under the age of 21.