G150 Phoenix 2.0 80% Receiver Milling Instructions




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arcebrian: When are the instructions for the RJ556U - AR15 Universal Jig for 80% Milspec Lower Receivers coming out?

Ryan Green: Can you put oem gen 3 glock rails in a polymer 80

Cody Pierce: The damn chuck dropped out of my drill press and destroyed my lower. Check you drills beforehand folks, i just lost $80 because i didnt check everything.

M. Frost: I am set up with a 12-sp, 10", Harbor Frt drill press AND one of their chunky' ChiCom x-y vice...you have to swing the actual table out of the way, and place the x-y vice on the "base" to gain enough room for the 308 lower/jig...Total cost was well under $200... There is an actual "vertical mill" out there on the web which includes the vice in the table...ships from Cerritos, CA but is built in ChiCom I am sure....around $748 cost, + shipping of $150 within lower 48 quoted...Grizzly is more money. Check-6

russtew1: Noticed you didn't drill holes you just used the end Mill bit

russtew1: RJ556U how to video?

GGALLIN1776: Have one coming up(or already posted) for the rj556u?

james chang: and if you dont have a drill press could you use a router to do this

Yolanda Thomas: Can I use that same jig kit on a forged lower

Slick Mick: 0:55

You're welcome

aluminumfetish: 1:27 say what ?

Lewis icxenhour: What calibers can the G150 be chambered in?

Mr.meangreen Maceo: this helps alot ... im on the way to building an 300 blackout pistol !!!!

Mic Chhouy: what kinda vice are you using

Bigg Jesus: I freaking love Miike Snow.

phxxr650r: Ive done three so far just for fun. Drilled then plunged. I Noticed you did not drill top as was done in the older videos.

A'Murica: Are all the holes on the sides drilled to be 1/4 inch deep? You only drill out 2.

Shawn Tannehill: I'm so excited. Just ordered one and can't wait.

Floyd Burdett: Will this lower also work with a .300 BLK Barrel and magazine?
I already have an AR-15 and am looking to add a .300 and .308 -- using a different color of lower for each one for easy identification, and also color-matching the magazines, for quick identification of each one even in low light conditions...
[ I will eventually also make an unregistered 5.56 lower, as well as the 'Glock' pistol..]

J1: thank you for sharing this!.. question... are they worth saving some $ compared to an alloy? I'm considering ordering the same setup - G150 Phoenix 2.0 80% Receiver/jig.. would you suggest this as a good option or are there better out there? any an or all input would be greatly appecated

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