Broken Arms 80% Jig Tooling

$99.99
$73.99
SKU:
tool-kit

Description

A job well done is predicated on using the best tools. When finishing an 80% lower rifle receiver, you need a stout jig such as the Broken Armory jig and this tool kit. These hand picked HSS (high-speed steel) bits great when machining your lower because they were designed to tackle aluminum.

80% Jig Tooling Kit Contains:

  • 1/8″ HSS jobber length drill
  • 5/3″2 HSS jobber length drill
  • 1/4″ HSS stub length drill
  • 3/8″ HSS stub length length drill
  • 7/16″ HSS stub length drill
  • 1/2″ HSS stub length drill
  • 1/4″ carbide endmill 4-flute, 2 1/2″ overall length
  • 3/8″ carbide endmill 4-flute, 3″ overall length (custom made tool)
No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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