Returns or Exchanges must be arranged within 10 days of receipt. Returns must be unopened and in original packaging to receive return credit. A 15% restocking fee is applied on returns and exchanges. Customers are able to cancel an order anytime before the item ships. If you cancel your order after the end of the business (5:00 PM PST) the day that you placed the order, you will be assessed a 10% cancellation fee.
We do our best to ship same day or next day. HOWEVER, we are a small business and sometimes when we get an unexpected amount of orders, shipping can be delayed up to 4-6 weeks. If you make a purchase and choose to cancel it before it ships, your order may be subject to a 10% cancellation fee.
New gun laws are always being passed.. (literally!) . While we make every effort to update our shipping policy to reflect state and federal laws, the information contained on this page may not always be current or all-inclusive (Seems to change daily). It is your responsibility to know and understand all current laws governing the sale, transport, making of, and ownership of a firearm in your state. Any orders placed that cannot be fulfilled because of certain state or federal laws may be subject to an automatic cancellation and refund, and such orders will be subject to a 10% restocking fee (BE AWARE, WE WILL NOT SEND YOU THE PRODUCT) .
Aim Arms only ships within the United States (DO NOT TRY IF YOUR ARE OUT OF THE COUNTRY). Shipping is prohibited to states and locals 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 (AGAIN, DO NOT TRY). Please review state-specific restrictions below before to ensure you can purchase and receive our products before placing an order:
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.
District of Columbia
Please be aware of your local firearms laws. Such laws are updated frequently and restrictions described here may not be complete.
Returning an 80% Lower Receiver
It is highly unusual for 80% lower receivers to be manufactured out-of-spec or with incorrect tolerances. If you notice a defect, do not attempt to machine it. Once a lower is partially machined, it may be classified as a firearm under the Gun Control Act of 1968. We cannot accept returns on items that may be considered a firearm. But that does not necessarily mean we can’t accept your return.
Use of the word “Glock”
Thank you for your purchase, we value you as a customer and will try to keep you updated as possible.