G150 Phoenix 2.0 80% Receiver Milling Instructions




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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.

Soul Evans: 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..]

Amir NY City: 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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Jdog 93: I know its not recommended. But is it possible to complete the lower with only a hand drill and Dremel?

Robert Foote: Thanks Mike! 👍✌️😀

Kekistani Armorer: Mine arrived the other day can't wait to finish it.

Lucky Turantula: Can this be done with an aluminum lower ? And can you please do one with the mil spec jig?

blaspHEMI 11: Nice I’ve been wanting to do a polymer build pistol

jesse chavez: can you put a palmetto upper on a polymer 80 lower?

Alfred S: this video help me alot with my polymer 80 AR-15

Larry Kelley: When drilling out the center of the lower why did it look like wood chips

justin ivancic: Must say these instructions are pritty crapty along with the PDF file

chris little: If you're doing the router route, get the 80 percent jig or you'll ruin the polymer, but that's my opinion. They are set for routers. It's a waste of money unless you plan on doing a lot of lowers.

chris little: Yes, it's much easier, but don't take out too much at the time. You will get chatter with a router. I use a Dewalt with variable speed and it works fine. One thing to remember is when drilling the vertical holes, take your time and pull the drill out to remove the shavings. To much force and speed will melt, same goes for the router bit.

Chris Robbins: my hammer pin started walking after 5 rounds of 55gr .223...did everything as tended. going to fix that problem with antiwalking pins.

Anderson Shelton: is that a jacobs chuck or an end mill holder in your drill press? I hear its not a good idead to try to use an end mill in a chuck.

strykeback1: what xy cross vice were you using. I've got a ryobi drill press I still haven't set up and just need the vice and I'll be cutting away on a few I have of yours.

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