.308 Jig - 80% Receivers

.308 Jig - 80% Receivers

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.308 Jig - 80% Receivers
$89.00
Our complete GEN 2 jig for completing the machining of a tactical Machining 80% TM-10 Lower Receiver

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$89.00
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Our new and improved GEN 2 80% .308 Lower Receiver jig is the highest quality lower receiver jig on the market. Every piece is replaceable on the jig. There are three top plates that are interchangeable to allow you to mill the fire control group. The side plates are fit with a drill bushing to allow you to properly drill the trigger and hammer pin.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Tactical Machining
Color Black
SKU 10269
Weight 3.0000
Free Shipping No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

no depth of cut instructions
I just received my jig and NO DEPTH MEASUREMENTS TO CUT TO . Otherwise the jig fits and looks great but , one needs to know how deep to make the cuts . There are length of cut requirements marked on the top of the plates for the end mills . I feel a little more info would be a great help !!!! Review by Dale / (Posted on 1/17/2014)
Great Jig For The Money
I bought this jig a few months ago, I used it on my 80% AR-10 lower, It doesn't have the drill jig where you have to drill all the 1/8 in holes. I don't use that jig anyway, I find the center drill a 3/8in hole first then start spacing 1/2in holes evenly along the rest of the length of the fire control pocket. I think the drill jig widens the pocket out to wide at the top. Now, back to the jig, It worked flawless in every way. Just be careful milling the rear take down slot, it's very easy to cut into the jig, I use a 3/8in mill bit, with a 3/8 reach, be sure the bit shank stays below the jig plate. You can find the bit at McMasters-Carr.com, I think it's under $20.00, but the jig works great, make sure the pocket is 11/4 inch deep, the safety selector will not work right if the depth is to shallow. Review by Bill / (Posted on 12/26/2013)

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