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  1. TM1002 GEN 2

    TM1002 GEN 2

    $15.00

    Replacement piece for TM-15 or TM-10 GEN 2 jig plate, this is the plate marked TM-1002 3/8 endmill 1-1/4 length of cut. Learn More
  2. TM1003 GEN 2

    TM1003 GEN 2

    $15.00

    Replacement piece for TM-15 or TM-10 GEN 2 jig plate, this is the plate marked TM-1003 5/16 endmill 3/8 shank. Learn More
  3. TM1001 GEN 2

    TM1001 GEN 2

    $15.00

    Replacement piece for TM-15 or TM-10 GEN 2 jig plate, this is the plate marked TM-1001 3/8 endmill 5/8 length of cut. Learn More
  4. AR-15 Side Plates GEN 2

    AR-15 Side Plates GEN 2

    $48.00

    AR-15 GEN 2 side plates for the AR-15 80% lower receiver have clearance holes for drilling through the receiver. Learn More
  5. .308 Side Plates GEN 2

    .308 Side Plates GEN 2

    $72.00

    .308 GEN 2 side plates for the .308 80% lower receiver have clearance holes for drilling through the receiver. Learn More
  6. 1911 80% Jig Side Plates

    1911 80% Jig Side Plates

    $89.00

    Out of stock

    Jig side plates to complete your 80% 1911 frame. FIRST BATCH IS UNANODIZED AS IT APPEARS IN THE PICTURE. Learn More
  7. 80% AR-15 Jig GEN 2

    80% AR-15 Jig GEN 2

    $90.00

    Our complete GEN 2 jig for completing the machining of a Tactical Machining 80% AR-15 lower receiver Learn More
  8. 80% .308 Lower Jig GEN 2

    80% .308 Lower Jig GEN 2

    $115.00

    Out of stock

    Our complete GEN 2 jig for completing the machining of a tactical Machining 80% TM-10 Lower Receiver Learn More
  9. 80% TM-22 Jig

    80% TM-22 Jig

    $135.00

    Out of stock

    The operations this jig covers are as follows: Drill Barrel Hole Drill and Tap Barrel Clamp holes Drill Bolt Stop Drill Trigger Assembly holes Drill and Tap Stock retention hole Cleaning Rod Hole (optional) While the tasks are easier to complete with the 80% TM-22 it is extremely critical that the jig and your drill press is level. Do not remove the jig in between operations on the side you're currently working from. This is especially important for the barrel & barrel clamp holes. They must be precisely placed. Also, do not drill all the way through the receiver on he bolt stop & trigger assembly, these are required to be flipped as the drill will walk. Tool Information .188 Drill .250 Drill #16 Drill 12-24 Tap 11/16 Drill 5/16 Drill Extended Reach OAL 6 3/8 You will also need to find a long drill for the charging handle retainer or use a sharpened punch. We recommend sharpening a long punch and hitting it through the barrel hole. Learn More

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