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Fortis Mfg Introduces the LICENSE Lower Receiver

For Immediate Release – Fortis Manufacturing is pleased to announce our new lower receiver – utilizing the aesthetics and features found commonly in our accessories – embodies all that is Fortis. At Fortis, our aim is to provide “Operator” needed strength with exceptional design and aesthetics at an affordable price. Fortis Manufacturing, Inc. (FMI), utilizes only the highest quality materials available and machining that is second to none. We intentionally waited to release our lower receiver. When the masses were releasing products that all looked similar, we were busy designing, testing, evaluating and then repeating the process until we got it just right. Truth, liberty, & justice for all isn’t just our Pledge of Allegiance, but it’s our LICENSE and civic duty to uphold all that’s great about our country. The freedom to do so and the license of liberty. Introducing the Fortis License™ Lower Receiver. Made from 7075 T6 billet aluminum. We offer the things that you need and eliminated the fluff that you don’t. The License™ is the base and foundation for any great build so give us a try, we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.



One Piece Billet Design
Will be offered in both 6061/7075 as well as standard and ambi
Flared magwell with serrations for added grip
Military Specification Type III Hard Coat Anodized
Raised embossed logo on one side, raised F’N shield on the other
Markings for 45° safety lever
Oversized trigger guard
Receiver tension screw
Made in the USA!

View now on fortismfg.com/license-7075-standard.

**Offered stand alone or as a Matched Set with our new redesigned upper receiver

**Photos are just renditions as we’ve already made some changes to the design. Will release March/April 2018, but will be offering an introductory price for the first batch. Click on the button to be notified.


10 Responses to “Fortis Mfg Introduces the LICENSE Lower Receiver”

  1. Roy Phelps says:

    Im looking forward to seeing it

  2. Dave Krueger says:


  3. Marshall McCall says:

    The new lower “License” receiver is a beauty. When will it be available and what is the price?

  4. Jim says:

    Didn’t see it mentioned, what caliber(s)? It doesn’t seem to look like a 223, you should have mentioned that in the article.

  5. Ralph L Hainsworth says:

    They look like 9mm or 45

    • Derp says:

      Nah, looks 5.56 to me. Look at the cutout by the Maxwell and trigger guard. Looks like the magazine will show through there, which is weight saving and cool with clear mags or mag windows

  6. Greg says:

    Out if their minds. AR parts are on the down right now