AR-10 Lower Receivers Frequently Asked Questions
A stripped lower receiver is just the lower itself, without any of the other components (such as the trigger group, magazine release, etc.). A complete lower receiver includes all of the necessary components.
Billet lower receivers are machined from a solid block of aluminum, which makes them stronger and more rigid than forged lower receivers. However, they are also usually more expensive.
Yes, you will need some special tools to assemble an AR-10 lower receiver, such as a roll pin punch set, an armorer's wrench, and a vise.
An AR-10 lower receiver is the part of the rifle that houses the trigger group and magazine well. It's also the serialized component that is legally considered the firearm.
AR-10 lower receivers are typically made from aluminum, although there are also some polymer options available.
No, not all AR-10 lower receivers are compatible with all AR-10 uppers. The compatibility of the two depends on their respective manufacturers and specifications.