Engraving Service for your Mail In 80 percent lower
Please note: You cannot send us an 80% lower if it has been machined or modified in any way.
RTB is now offering engraving services on mail in 80% lower receivers. We always recommend engraving a serial number and/or other identifying information on 80 percent lower receivers. The engraving will be much deeper than the ATF required .003" depth. We typically engrave to a depth of .01"
You can have any of the 5 lines below engraved. Pick and choose if you like, but we recommend using all of them. We recommend using all capital letters, but we will engrave exactly what you type.
1. Name of Person or Entity (This can be your personal name, trust name, etc.)
2. City & State
3. Model (This can be whatever you want)
4. Caliber ("MULTI" is a good choice but you can choose whatever caliber you want)
5. Serial Number (This should be unique and should not match any of the serial numbers that you currently own or have manufactured).
Standard AR Frames:
See product photo for engraving locations of all 5 linesSafety Engraving:
Both sides of the receiver will be engraved if a safety option is selected. Polymer 80 Pistol Frames:
15 character limit. We are only able to engrave your Polymer 80 Pistol frame if it comes with the small metal plate installed. We can only fit 3 lines on that metal plate. Choose as you see fit, but we recommend lines 1, 2 & 5.Polymer 80 AR15 V3 Receivers:
We are only able to engrave 1 line on this small metal plate. We recommend having the serial number engraved Magwell Art:
We recommend deep magwell engraving on raw lowers and surface magwell engraving on lowers that are already coated or anodized. Click on the orange MAGWELL tab above to see examples.Make sure the receiver or frame is completely stripped.Turnaround time
is typically 24-72 business hours once received. We will email you further instructions once the order is placed. You will also see the same instructions on the order confirmation page after the order is placed.
PLEASE NOTE: We are not lawyers and we do not keep up with your local or state laws. The information above is only provided as a general reference. It is the responsibility of the manufacturer to do their due diligence and make sure they are staying in compliance with local and state laws. Laws are updated and changed often; make sure you are up to date. We cannot and will not provide any legal advice as we are not lawyers. Please note: Some states may not allow you to legally manufacture a firearm without a serial number (like the state of NJ). Please be sure to do your due diligence and make sure you are following your state and local laws before attempting to manufacture a firearm. This is not intended and should not be construed as an advertisement or offer for sale of any of our products to New Jersey residents or any person in New Jersey.