80% TM-22 Receiver

80% TM-22 Receiver

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80% TM-22 Receiver

Regular Price: $119.00

Special Price $99.00

The Tactical Machining 80% TM-22 receiver starts as a billet of 6061 aluminum. The profile is fully machined leaving a picatinny rail on top for attaching your favorite optic. The picatinny rail also serves as the attachment point when being used with our jigs. This is a great home hobbyist project and we do not recommend the use of a mill like our 80% AR-15 lower receivers. We recommend using a drill press for the project.

The remaining operations of this receiver 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

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.

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $119.00

Special Price $99.00

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The Tactical Machining 80% TM-22 receiver starts as a billet of 6061 aluminum. The profile is fully machined leaving a picatinny rail on top for attaching your favorite optic. The picatinny rail also serves as the attachment point when being used with our jigs. This is a great home hobbyist project and we do not recommend the use of a mill like our 80% AR-15 lower receivers. We recommend using a drill press for the project. The remaining operations of this receiver 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 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 the bolt stop & trigger assembly, these are required to be flipped as the drill will walk.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Tactical Machining
Color Unfinished
SKU 10255
Weight 0.8000
Free Shipping No
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greatest project ever
I had a chance to build one of these, with a few friends building their own. With the jig and some care I went from set up to shoot-able rifle in about an hour. And it's turned out to be the best one of all my 10/22's. I have 9 only 2 of 'em are Rugers. These will be my go-to for any more future rimfire semi's. Review by chillypepper / (Posted on 12/23/2011)

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