1NatoGun: Trex can you message me how much and the website ? thanks
combateffectivemedia: So I'm thinking of going with a press how do u accurately measure ur depths jw
Ki777UMiNATii: How many you got left and how much you let'n em go for? .. throw'n out phone numbers but nothing as to their cost? :\
Ki777UMiNATii: Could have something to do with drill presses being much more cost effective? such as mine @50 bucks.... and if owning a mill, one still needs a jig to complete a lower...they should A) buy a d.r.o. and educate themselves in its usage or B) sell it, as it is merely that persons garage ornament...cool vid trex
Chris Slawek: Didn't notice the gum. Just noticed now how to finish off an AR receiver! Thank you for the info!
xHaPTiic: what would happen if you drill to deep or not deep enough on the milling?
JizzShooter: Mini Mills are about 300 bucks now. Why a drill press?
Mike White: As annoying as misspelled words are, the gum chewing was more annoying. If it weren't for the fact that the video itself was quite informative, I would've skipped it.
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pedro gomes: they run for 200- to 280.. it just depends.. but i got 3 left.. give me a call and go form there.
P1gunslinger: * im in SD also
P1gunslinger: san diego? how much in in sd also
Wuss Muffins: Best to drill those after milling and each side separately.
pedro gomes: ares are out-stock for 9-12 months.
pedro gomes: i got 7 80% siting in my garage 8584059634
Trex1268: Not at the time I built mine.
m150p0012: There any sort of legal paperwork that needs to be done beforehand?
Landon Brecheisen: Did you ask and if you did where did he get it?
paintballman79: im still waiting on my jig from ares armor. I hate waiting!
Tory S: It means if you get a parts kit from, say, Bulgaria and assemble the rifle on a US made lower, it's illegal because it doesn't have at least 7 US made parts. Conversely, if they state you can't have more than 10 foreign made parts.. take it from there.
havenasp: go to tacticalmachining. com and look at their stuff it may be out of stock, but you might be able to put in an order for when it comes back into stock.
Trex1268: The jig was actually a friend of mines. I just borrowed it. I can ask the price when I see him.. Thanks
Samil101: how much was your jig and where did you get it from?
Trex1268: I just drilled straight through. It wasn't a problem. Thanks.
mecimessiah: When you drill the trigger, hammer, and selector holes, did you drill straight through or do each side separately?
Tom Ga Ga: the ATF website talks about how a homemade gun can only have 10 "imported parts"
what do they mean by "imported"? like from out of country, or just any part in general.
Trex1268: Just a SUGGESTION.... You might want to learn to spell before leaving a comment.... Just say'in....
richarddvll: just a sugjetion you might not want to chew gum while your making videos
Trex1268: That was already threaded. It's quite expensive for the tap to thread it yourself.
rhinochaser20: love the gum in the background.. really made the video stand out from the others.
jk lol nice vid
Robert E. Lee: Seriously, what a picklehead. I get that he is trying to be helpful and all, but at the same time there is such a thing as etiquette.
joseph brendel: mini mill would be better cost more but you would not doubt use it again and again as we do all the time
John Freeman: Was wondering where you got the drill plate for the jig from or did you make it?
theknob1: I wonder if there is a group buy by a forum or such to share a "kit" of tooling for a deposit instead of having to purchase what may be for some a one time or twice use.
Griper702: Personally, I didn't care for it. The fcg pocket guide made it too easy to remove too much material. I found I could get a more accurate cut using a printed template. However, it performed very well as a holding jig.
Trex1268: All the detent holes are already done on an 80% receiver.
Detox2021: What about all the detent holes? Are the already drilled in a 80% blank or do the have to be done also?
scaponi1: Good stuff man, very helpful and it definitely should put anyone at ease that it can be done. Thanks
Chipperowski: Just search online for ar 15 80% lower
Chipperowski: Would be cool to actually you do this start to finish on a mill or dp. no just demo the tools, then of course a good ole field test when it's done :) Nice vid
Yea Nib: where can I get the measurements ?
misesmedicine: ha. go screw yourself. it's youtube. lighten up, buddy.
kyguyinohio: What are the websites to buy all the parts?
Trex1268: Exactly!! I got alot of questions asking if it could be done on a drill press, so I wanted to show that it could be done. My way isn't the only way. It's up to an individual to decide how they want to get it done. Thanks!
superhero6785: I thought this was very nice. Anyone who thought this was a step-by-step, 'do as I do' tutorial is mistaken. Video simply explains how it is done for those who are curious.