Freeport, MI – TARFU Tactical is a family-owned and operated company that specializes in the production of special tactical gear for firearm owners. As a company that takes pride in customer satisfaction, TARFU Tactical goes above and beyond to make sure that all products they offer meet the highest possible standards. Affordability and quality are two important aspects of TARFU Tactical’s business.
The company offers a range of products that help each customer feel safe such as the 80 percent billet AR-15 lower receiver by TARFU. Customers purchasing this product can rest easy knowing that they are getting machine mil-spec tolerances. Made from top-quality materials, buyers will receive a sandblasted product that is ready for paint.
Describing the product, Jordan Wells of TARFU Tactical said, “Each 80 Percent Billet lower receiver starts life as a solid block of Military and Aerospace Grade Aluminum Alloy. We machine each lower complete in-house on our State-of-the-Art DMG MORI Horizontal CNC Milling machines with part verification capabilities. All parts are designed, machined, and verified in-house using our first-class software, machinery, and in-process part verification techniques to ensure that each and every customer receives a high-quality fully functional product.”
Customers purchasing this product will enjoy a fast shipping and delivery process, including a 48-hour inspection period during which they can make replacement claims. The team at TARFU Tactical works hard to keep customers happy with each product sold. Other than the above-mentioned AR-15 80 percent billet lower receiver, the company also offers clothing apparel.
Interested customers can place orders for the desired product via the company’s website. For more information, TARFU Tactical can be reached via phone at (616) 433-8810 or at P.O. Box 29, Freeport, MI 49325.
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