This video illustrates Polymer80's frame fabrication, including the tools required and recommended, and the steps that must be performed to cut and drill the frame blank for further assembly.
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In this instructional video, we're walking you through how to drill and cut the fire control cavity and pin holes on a mil-spec AR-15 80% lower, transforming it into a stripped lower receiver that's ready for a parts kit install. To complete this 80% lower, we're using a Wen 4210T Drill Press and drill press vise. We're also using our AR-15 / AR9-compatible Elite Builder Jig with the optional Enhanced Drill Plate add-on. Check the links below to purchase the required tools and components:
AR-15 80% Lowers: https://www.80-lower.com/ar15-80-lower/
Elite Builder Drill Press Jig: https://www.80-lower.com/products/amt-80-lower-jig-ar15-ar9-with-tooling/
Drill Press Vise: https://www.80-lower.com/products/drill-press-vise/
Wen 4210T Drill Press: amzn.to/32JFQRG
TAP Magic Aluminum Cutting Fluid: amzn.to/3uUjJ7i
Finished fabricating? Watch how to install the AR-15 Lower Parts Kit: https://juxxi.com/video/46873/how-to-install-ar-15-lower-parts-kit?channelName=80Lowers
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