We cannot sell or ship our 80% Lowers to the following states:
ORDERS PLACED BY INDIVIDUALS IN RESTRICTED STATES WILL BE CANCELLED. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE FOR ANY CUSTOMER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS FOR MILITARY, LAW ENFORCEMENT, OR ANY FEDERAL FIREARM LICENSEE OF ANY CLASS, INCLUDING CLASS 7. THESE RESTRICTIONS ARE SUBJECT TO STATE LAW AND NON-NEGOTIABLE.
The information, pictures, text or products presented on this website are not a representation by us, and should not be understood by you, that any product or completed firearm is legal to assemble or own in your state of residence. We encourage each and every builder to perform their own research about the state and federal laws that apply to them. It is your responsibility to understand the law and we encourage you to consult with an attorney or your local ATF representative.
JMT only ships within the United States. Shipping is prohibited to states and locales with restrictions against certain parts and/or accessories (i.e. states with high-capacity magazine restrictions). Federal legislation dictates we cannot ship our products internationally. Please review state-specific restrictions below before to ensure you can purchase and receive our products before placing an order:
Nevada’s state legislature recently passed NV AB286, which bans the sale of unfinished firearm receivers and the fabrication of un-serialized firearms. Although the Firearms Policy Coalition is seeking a legal motion to stay enforcement of this bill, we must stop sales of 80% lowers and 80% frames to residents in Nevada.
Hawaii passed HB2744 HD1 SD2 and introduced HB1733, which both include a ban on assembling a firearm with no serial number, as well as bans on owning or obtaining firearm parts for the purpose of assembling a firearm without a serial number. As such, 80% lower receivers are effectively outlawed in the state.
New Jersey’s Attorney General has demanded that companies stop marketing and selling untraceable weapons or “ghost guns”. Unfortunately, we cannot allow sales or shipping of any of our items to the state of New Jersey. See N.J.S.A. 2C:39-9g.
New York’s Attorney General has also demanded that companies stop marketing and selling 80% lowers and firearm receiver blanks to residents in New York. Unfortunately, we cannot allow sales or shipping of our products to New York.
New York law criminalizes the possession, manufacture, sale, and transportation of assault weapons, which are defined as any semiautomatic rifle that can accept a detachable magazine and has at least one of several enumerated secondary characteristics, including a pistol grip or a stock that folds, telescopes, or bears a thumbhole.
Connecticut recently enacted Substitute House Bill No. 7219 Public Act No. 19-6. This Bill prohibits the sale, shipment, and ownership of un-serialized 80% lower receivers and all other firearm receiver and frame blanks in the state of Connecticut. Since receiver and frame blanks are not regulated by the ATF and are not engraved with unique serial numbers at the time of manufacture, we cannot sell 80% lowers to Connecticut residents.
(HB 1739 effective July 1, 2019)
Unfortunately, we can’t allow sales or shipping of undetectable and/or untraceable unfinished lower receivers to the state of Washington.
Rhode Island’s general assembly in 2020 passed RI S2004, which includes a ban on 3D-printed firearms and 80% lower receivers of any kind.
District of Columbia
Please be aware of your local firearms laws. Such laws are updated frequently and restrictions described here may not be complete.