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80 Percent Arms Universal 80% AR-15 Easy Jig

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The universal fit Easy Jig™ is a patent pending device that makes machining your 80% lower easier, faster, and safer. Lowers finished with the Easy Jig™ have a better finish and hold tolerances that could not be achieved using any other jig on the market today. You do not need to own a drill press or mill to use the Easy Jig™. It truly makes finishing your lower a monkey simple process. On top of all this, it’s extremely durable and can be reused for dozens of lowers.

The Easy Jig™ is now a universal fit design which fits almost every brand of AR-15 lower.

Easy Jig™ highlights:

Easier
Built in drill/end-mill depth gauge for the trigger and rear-shelf pockets (patent pending)
Eliminates the need for expensive measurement tools
Quick verification of depth setting – eliminates slippage issues that can ruin parts
Eliminates constant measuring to determine depth while milling
Safer
End-mill downward force can’t separate the drill press taper chuck
It is safer to move router by hand than to move the jig around on a drill press

Uses Common Hand Tools
The Easy Jig™ is designed to hold tolerances using a common hand-drill
No drill press is required, milling is done with a router
Routers are much more portable than a drill press, easily borrowed from a friend
Routers are made for cutting pockets using a template
Routers are cheaper than a drill press (about 75% less expensive).
Faster
Pocket drilling requires 10 holes drilled once – Traditional jigs require 42 holes to be drilled once, precisely aligned and clamped, then re-drilled to a larger diameter
Trigger pocket can be cut in 6 to 11 passes vs 25 passes required with a drill press
Router cuts pockets 5-6x faster
Hand-drilling the trigger group/safety selector holes is faster to setup
Lower can be completed in 1 hour (instead of 3 hours for the old drill press method)
Durable
The Easy Jig™ can be used to make dozens of lowers
Components are Type III hard anodized for extra wear resistance

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Isn't it a lot easier and cheaper just to buy and trade 100% lower receivers amongst friends and everybody just forget who they traded with?

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Got one with the bit set for 160 shipped. Used a Makita miniature router on it and it went well with an unfinished 7075 80% lower. Just used a small bench vise and it went pretty easy. Worst part was dealing with/cleaning up the aluminum shavings. Took me 3 hours being the first time doing it and checking the instructions carefully.

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The Ridgid R2401 works for this application.

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I wish these jigs could be used with all full sized routers. I don't need to replace the one I have for one sole application...

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I used this with my fullsize old Craftsman router. Worked great.

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Regarding the question on whether a laminate router will work, check out the comments/reviews on the Dewalt DWP611 compact router on amazon (https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DWP611-Torque-Variable-Compact/dp/B0048EFU...). The short answer is yes.

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Confirmed it also works on AR9's.

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I have a couple of 80%'ers, so I'm in for one seeing as how I don't have a press and would need a GS anyway.

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Comes without the router, and it’s a 80% Universal AR15 jig, but does not do AR10’s or AR9’s or am I missing something? Seems like alot. It says parts are anodized - so is it made from aluminum? Can it work with a bigger router or a laminate trimmer router? Can I use it with my drillpress? Does it work on both polymer and aluminum lowers?

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Confirmed it also works on AR9's.

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Anyone own this yet?

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