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Old 06-14-2014, 5:12 PM
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sorry, I meant the Ebay one...

Malleusmale posted a link in his/her post.

But here is the item number: eBay item number:261479396035

I would put the link, but my ipad sucks going back and forth page to page.
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Malleusmale posted a link in his/her post.

But here is the item number: eBay item number:261479396035

I would put the link, but my ipad sucks going back and forth page to page.
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Old 06-14-2014, 7:31 PM
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I've heard people have success using it on others. Not sure which lowers though.

You could use a router on any jig.
I'm on the ipad but here is a link to a video where a guy uses a router on his jig.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tJzwyIo4Sx8

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ARs unlimted has a jig for router use. I myself have not used before, but the video makes it look easy :

http://arsunlimited.com/product/ar-15-jig
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Old 06-16-2014, 6:57 AM
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Sale ends today, i just bought 2 of them. Thanks for the heads up guys!
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Here's another cheaper jig for you guys that want one. $75
http://www.ar15brick.com/index.php/b...rick-jigs.html
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Here's another cheaper jig for you guys that want one. $75
http://www.ar15brick.com/index.php/b...rick-jigs.html
This is a good deal, but they mention in the description that they cannot be used with a "traditional" 80%:

"Also be aware, because we make 80% Lower Receivers with the Takedown Pocket...there is less work for you to do versus the traditional 80% where you need another plate and step to finish out the Low Shelf for the Takedown tower of the Upper Receiver....IT'S ALREADY THERE!"

Anyone know if this will be an issue with the Anderson 80%s?
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Well since Anderson lowers also have the rear shelf already milled out, it shouldn't be an issue.


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Hey, thanks for the deal OP!
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I just received the jig off EBay, and my 80% lowers today. THIS JIG WILL NOT WORK, not without first drilling the bolt catch plunger/spring hole FIRST. The jig lines up using a dowel in this hole. :-(
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Old 06-17-2014, 6:51 AM
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which ebay jig did you buy? link pls
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I would go with Aimsmalls jig. It works with most forged and billet. Also has the ability to hold uppers as well if your into building upper.
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Old 06-17-2014, 9:54 AM
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The eBay jig that NEEDS the bolt catch plunger/spring hole is item #261479396035. Someone else posted earlier that there are jigs with holes for drilling the hole for the spring.
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So what needs to be completed on these Anderson 80%s (for the guys who have received theirs so far):

1) Fire control pocket
2) Safety Hole
3) Front take-down pin breather/vent hole (optional)
4) Bolt catch spring/plunger hole
5) Trigger and hammer pin holes drilled

Fill in the blanks please.
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I tried putting one of my uppers on the lower and it would not fit. Seems like the rear lug area is too small for it. This upper has worked on other lowers. It seems like it may need to be widened.

What is the breather hole?
Anybody else have this issue?

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Fire control pocket milled out
Trigger and hammer pin holes drilled, not tapped
Safety selector hole drilled
Bolt catch plunger hole drilled

The vent hole is optional. I have an old PWA lower that does not have the vent hole.
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I tried putting one of my uppers on the lower and it would not fit. Seems like the rear lug area is too small for it. This upper has worked on other lowers. It seems like it may need to be widened.

What is the breather hole?

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Yours' doesn't look like a whale? Oh wait, that's a blow hole.

Breather hole, or whatever it's called, is located where your front take-down detent spring goes.
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Fire control pocket milled out
Trigger and hammer pin holes drilled, not tapped
Safety selector hole drilled
Bolt catch plunger hole drilled

The vent hole is optional. I have an old PWA lower that does not have the vent hole.
Good to know. It wouldn't be too hard to do, just wondering if it had been done.

Trigger guard hole needs to be tapped or drilled? I think I saw they had been drilled on a previous image (looks like they have been drilled, tapped though?). Was not referring to the trigger & hammer pin holes being tapped, though I did omit that from "to-do" list.
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I tried putting one of my uppers on the lower and it would not fit. Seems like the rear lug area is too small for it. This upper has worked on other lowers. It seems like it may need to be widened.

What is the breather hole?
Anybody else have this issue?

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mine doesn't fit either... need to hog the rear shelf a little...
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mine doesn't fit either... need to hog the rear shelf a little...

Mine does not fit either
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what's everyone's game plan coloring the lower? Would casey aluminum bluing work?


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Or brownells alumahide 2
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Good to know. It wouldn't be too hard to do, just wondering if it had been done.

Trigger guard hole needs to be tapped or drilled? I think I saw they had been drilled on a previous image (looks like they have been drilled, tapped though?). Was not referring to the trigger & hammer pin holes being tapped, though I did omit that from "to-do" list.
You're talking about the pistol grip not the trigger guard. That is drilled and tapped already.

You'd also need to widen the rear takedown pin lug area like others have mentioned, it is slightly too small to fit all the uppers I've tried it with.

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You're talking about the pistol grip not the trigger guard. That is drilled and tapped already.

You'd also need to widen the rear takedown pin lug area like others have mentioned, it is slightly too small to fit all the uppers I've tried it with.
Negative, I'm talking about the trigger guard. Is the front trigger guard tapped on your 80%? My concern lies with installing a Magpul trigger guard, which has a set screw in the front, not the traditional plunger detent.
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trigger guard is drilled.

the magpul trigger guard itself is tapped and your screw threads into the trigger guard itself not the lower.

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Negative, I'm talking about the trigger guard. Is the front trigger guard tapped on your 80%? My concern lies with installing a Magpul trigger guard, which has a set screw in the front, not the traditional plunger detent.
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trigger guard is drilled.

the magpul trigger guard itself is tapped and your screw threads into the trigger guard itself not the lower.
Oh man, you, sir, are correct.

I just unscrewed one of my Magpul trigger guards and, of course, the hole was not tapped. I have no idea what I was thinking

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1) Fire control pocket
2) Safety Hole
3) Front take-down pin breather/vent hole (optional)
4) Bolt catch spring/plunger hole
5) Trigger and hammer pin holes drilled
6) Remove minor amount of material from rear shelf (check with upper intended to mate before doing)

Now to find a local engraver, get a jig, then find someone to anodize it.... good times.
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jeeze, i was going to order 3 of these lowers, but i only ordered 2 earlier this week. they told me the sale was ending on monday, but from thier site still has it at sale price, so i guess i will have to order that 3rd one tonight.
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I have 2 of these up for sale in the Bay Area if anyone needs. I decided against the builds I had in mind.
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You'll probably do more damage finishing it than that. Don't worry about it. Anodizing will not cover it and cerakote may only slightly diminish it but it will still be there. It's a forging, It's going to have forging marks. There was probably something stuck to the die when it was made.
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Fill it with a tiny drop of epoxy, sand/smooth it, then apply finish. Those will disappear.
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Thank you Sydwaiz and bksa for the information. Greatly appreciated. Now just need to find out what jig to use and how. First 80% and still learning the ropes.
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This is a good deal, but they mention in the description that they cannot be used with a "traditional" 80%:

"Also be aware, because we make 80% Lower Receivers with the Takedown Pocket...there is less work for you to do versus the traditional 80% where you need another plate and step to finish out the Low Shelf for the Takedown tower of the Upper Receiver....IT'S ALREADY THERE!"

Anyone know if this will be an issue with the Anderson 80%s?
I think what is meant here...the jig will probably work only with USA Made forged lowers...lol

These lowers might be out of the question if the rumors are true about these cheap lowers...
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I think what is meant here...the jig will probably work only with USA Made forged lowers...lol

These lowers might be out of the question if the rumors are true about these cheap lowers...
seriously?

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Was anyone able to find a working 80% jig with a place to drill the bolt catch spring hole?
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I think what is meant here...the jig will probably work only with USA Made forged lowers...lol

These lowers might be out of the question if the rumors are true about these cheap lowers...
Nice first post...
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I think what is meant here...the jig will probably work only with USA Made forged lowers...lol

These lowers might be out of the question if the rumors are true about these cheap lowers...
what "rumors"?...
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