Easy Jig GEN 1 (80% Lower Jig) Tooling



The Easy Jig (80% Lower Jig) Tooling contains the drill bits, milling tools, and drill stop needed to easily complete your 80 Lower using the Easy Jig (80% Lower Jig), efficiently and effortlessly. This 80% lower jig tool kit contains: Drill Bits included:
  • 1) 3/8 Drill Bit
  • 1) 19/64 drill bit
  • 1) 5/32 drill bit
  • 1) 3/8 drill stop collar
End Mill Bit included:
  • 1) Solid Carbide 1/4 inch end mill - custom made with super short 0.75 in flutes for optimal performance
Note: This tooling kit is designed to work with the Easy Jig (80% Lower Jig) which requires the use of a handheld router or mill. Due note, this tooling is NOT compatible with the Strong 80% Lower Jig or Standard 80% Lower Jig, or other non-brand specific 80% lower jigs.
No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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