Jig & Tooling Replacement Parts

Jig & Tooling Replacement Parts

Machining billet aluminum or forged aluminum from a rough block into a sharpshooting, fully-built lower takes a lot of stress out on your tooling, drill press, and 80 lower jig. Most 80 lower jigs can handle a number 80 percent lowers but one day it may need new drill bushings, side walls, and plates. We’ve got you covered! You’ll find convenient 80% Jig Replacement Parts at low prices to ensure your next build is completed with precision and reliability. Using a worn out guide plate, adapter plate or block can result in poor fitment, lower parts that simply don’t line up or lock up when cycling, and a poor finish with burs, gouges and rough edges. If you’re going to build your own AR, build it to the standards you can be proud of – keep those replacement parts handy.

80 Lower Jig Replacement Parts Benefits:

- Extends the Life of Your 80 Lower Jig
- Removes the Need to Buy a New Jig
- Made in the USA

Your build awaits you.



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