Original 5D Tactical (80% Lower Jig) Tooling

$74.99
$49.99
SKU:
5D-TOOLING

Description

Bundled - Drill bits included:

  • 1) 3/8 inch drill bit
  • 1) 5/16 inch drill bit
  • 1) 5/32 inch drill bit
  • 1) 3/8 inch stop collar

End mill bit included:

1) 5/16 inch end mill bit - custom, carbide 3-flute with ¼ inch shank (to fit into compact router)

Note: We recommend that you have 1 end mill bit for every 3 80% lowers you plan to complete. So, just how easy is it? Read the 5D Tactical instruction manual or watch the 5D Tactical how-to video. Feel free to check out our AR-15 5D Tactical Jig FAQs for any questions you may have

No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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