EDC Tactical 9mm Glock Magazine Billet AR-15 Lower Receiver - Flat Dark Earth (Non CA Compliant)

SKU: EDC-9-STD-MFD
MPN: EDC‐9-STD-MFD
Manufactured by EDC Tactical
1 Reviews

$94.99

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$94.99

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Items that are regulated by the ATF have restrictions and requirements: 
•Your entire order will ship only to a Federal Firearm License holder.
•Current processing time can be 1-3 days.
•A copy of your order/invoice as well as the current FFL license for your local dealer must be emailed to ffl@primaryarms.com.

Details

EDC Tactical specializes in the custom design and manufacture of safe, high quality firearms and parts. They aim to be your first and last stop for firearms, parts, and accessories!

The EDC-9 Lower Receiver is a dedicated 9mm lower designed to accept GLOCK pattern magazines. Accepts MIL-SPEC lower parts, ensuring compatibility with the widest range of components on the market. This lower receiver is crafted from billet 6061-T6 aluminum and features a flared magwell, integrated trigger guard, factory installed mag catch and ejector, and a Cerakote finish.

NOTE: Not compatible with Colt pattern magazines.


Features:
  • Cerakote finish
  • Accepts GLOCK pattern magazines
  • Billet 6061-T6 aluminum lower receiver
  • 9mm magazine catch and ejector preinstalled
  • Integrated trigger guard
  • Flared magwell
  • MIL-SPEC dimensions
  • Engraving on both sides for ambidextrous fire controls
  • Machined and engraved in Richmond, Virginia U.S.A.
  • Non CA compliant, includes integral magazine release

Specifications

AssemblyPartial
BrandEDC Tactical
Caliber Marking9mm Luger
FinishCerakote
Receiver Material6061-T6 Aluminum
Trigger Pin DiameterMIL-SPEC .154

Ratings & Reviews

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Leaves much to be desired...

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If by EDC they mean Extremely Disappointed Customer then these guys are knocking em out of the park.
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<br>Appearance: Seems to have been forged from beer cans and put together using tools found in your garage. Nail file, drill, sand paper...Burs for days
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<br>Function: Ha, didn't even get that far as the milling proved a challenge. Buffer tower threads were too course to allow tube to thread. Pivot pin holes didn't match up.
<br>Magazine catch was cracked where it pivots on roll pin. Cheap plastic utilized. Probably from an old truck bed liner.
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<br>Bang for buck: If you are in the market for a 94$ paper weight then look no further. Otherwise spend an extra 35$ for a better lower as this one leaves much to be desired.
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<br>Verdict: Haven't even fired it and already experienced failures. Certainly doesn't live up to its name. Wouldn't even gift to someone i don't like.