Looks like trouble unless you have a mfr license, what's the rules on this kind of thing.
What about serial numbers FFL's and such? someone comes across a gun w/o a sn they're gonna ask a few questions.
Yes they might ask questions, but there are plenty of guns out there that were manufactured without serial numbers, prior to the 1968GCA act serial numbers were not required, although most of the common, big name, manufacturers did use them, as cited above it is legal to make your own firearm, and there's nothing to keep you from adding a serial number as you make the receiver. For example AxisX226-001
It must be from the Navy.
The JFM style 80%s need:
Front pivot pin
Rear takedown pin
Bolt hold-open plunger finished
Trigger guard - left side - drilled with 1/8" through both ears
Front pivot pin detent
Rear takedown pin detent
Bolt hold-open pin
Stock index hole
Grip hole drilled
Buffer stop plunger
Fire control well milled to size
Rear takedown well milled to size
Buffer hole reamed
Buffer hole tapped
Rear takedown pin relief
Grip hole tapped
ETA looks like the photo from Tanneryshop too
Looks like it is also missing the takedown pin holes. I would guess probably detent channels are also missing. I agree, my first thought was, "looks more than 80% to me". I haven't seen another 80% lower to compare it to though.
Pivot pin hole
Pistol grip screw hole
Trigger guard pin hole X2
Takedown pin hole
Hammer pin hole
Trigger pin hole
Just guessing here:
bolt stop pin hole
Pivot pin detent pin hole
Takedown pin detent hole
Selector detent hole
Threads for the receiver extention
That's all I can see, flip it over for a more detailed report
That ad will get pulled......craigs list is antigun
Most of the others need more work (like the mag well cut).
To true. On their list of prohibited items: Weapons or related accessories.