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Universal Easy Jig from 80 Percent Arms
A patented device from 80 Percent Arms, the Easy Jig® makes it easier, faster and more efficient to complete your 80 percent lower in almost a third of the time it would take on traditional jigs.

The jig is easier because it features a built-in drill and end-mill depth gauge for the trigger and rear-shelf pockets while a quick depth verification setting eliminates slippage, which can ruin parts.

The jig is faster by reducing the number of drilling passes needed. The trigger pocket can be cut in 6 - 11 passes as opposed to 25 passes with a drill press. Router cuts are almost made 5 - 6 times faster than traditional jigs.

The jig is safer on your parts because the end-mill downward force can't separate the press taper chuck, and it's more efficient to move the router by hand rather than moving the jig.

The Easy Jig® is a tank of a piece of equipment, weighing over 8 lbs and featuring Type III hard anodized components for wear resistance. If you need a jig capable of handling the wear and tear of finishing an 80 percent lower, you can't do better than the Easy Jig® from 80 Percent Arms. Pick up the matching drill bit tool kit, review some of the jig's specifications and shop at RightToBear.com for the best selection, best prices and best promotions on 80 percent lower parts and tools.

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The product that this links to is 80J-EASY, not 80J-EASY-CERRO-COMBO, does it come with the jig and the 80 lower still?

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Deceptive though, as the majority will need the "80 Percent Arms Easy Jig Tool Kit" for an additional MSRP $45.00, which is out of stock. https://www.righttobear.com/80-Percent-Arms-Easy-Jig-Tool-Kit-p/easy-too...

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OP is a garbage kit, but good drill bits of the right size holes could be found here. You only need 3 bits + one large router bit specific for the router you are going to use
1. Starter hole (the one that has 64 in the name)
2. Safety (the biggest one)
3. Trigger pin (two holes)

https://www.5dtactical.com/80-lower-jig-tool-kit-p/5d-pk300.htm

Also do not buy a shitty router. DeWalt DWP611 is a proven good quality router.

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What if you already have the shitty router? Go for it or buy a new router?

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What router do you have? I'm using the low end ridgid and it's absolutely fine. If yours is out of alignment, you're fucked.

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The jig isn't garbage, the bits are. A major downfall with the 5d, and why I didn't ultimately buy it, is that truly proprietary mill bit. They ever go tits up, you've found yourself a mighty fine paperweight. On the 80 arms I can literally call up granger and pick up next day, better and cheaper.

Ditto on the router, if you've got a proper mill all the better

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Did not know this. A boomer. But the overall 5d jig quality is very good. Could not go much wrong with it. Will order a spare mill bit, what else can I do. It is about 50$ shipped. Not cheap.

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They sell just the milling bit that you can install in the milling base. I've replaced mine once. Good pricing for the spare bits. Just buy a few so you have spares.

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You can buy 3 or 4 standard milling bits for the price of one of theirs. You have to shop around, but their bit isn't anything that special if you know what you're doing.

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Yeah, had a hard time choosing, but it ultimately came down to that bit. You might be able to buy something in a stepped down end mill, but that's going to be pricey too, if anywhere near the right dimensions.

The one they send with the 80% arms kit has a really short cut for a 4", but I start with a 3" and then change to a longer cut 4 when I have clearance.

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Ouch, missed that, bumps it up to about what I paid for it a couple years ago, minus the lower. Honestly, you can buy a better mill/drill set from grainger for about the same. I don't recommend the two flute mill in the kit.

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This is one of the best prices I've seen, especially with a lower. Works fairly well, but the end mill leaves a little to be desired.

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