How To And Tips For Milling An AR Lower From An 80%




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deadhorse: ok

goodstrong: Okay

Dennis Bergstad: Semper Fi

Needsbeermoney: What vise are you using?

Dave Lawson: It's 2018 and now they want your AR15 and the repeal of the Second Amendment. Join the NRA and lets stop them.

Boss Man: Recently joined NRA and GOA both. Spread the word, GOA is against ALL restrictions, NRA agrees with some. All restriction legislation must be repealed. America only needs ONE gun law, the Closet Act: "Every household required to contain a MINIMUM of ONE firearm!" Period. A city in GA did it and it ended gun violence.

Down Range 210: Cool for using what some could barely afford and the low budget builders.

Rob Blank: i just wanted to know how to take the mill marks out

los Angeleno: ok

Empyrean Trash: Just got finished setting up my mill ( same as yours, Sieg X2 harbor freight mini mill) and I'm looking for scrap aluminum to mess around with. When I start working on the lowers is cutting at quarter inch intervals acceptable? What about milling 1st generation AK-47 Recievers?

Michael Turcott: Machinists know everything...(sarc)...I did mine on a Bridgeport. Good job.

RCWorks: Instead of marking with a reverse turning endmill why not use Sharpie and a scribe and mark the area?

howzerman1: At what RPM did you run the mill while cutting fire control the pocket? IS there a preferred RPM to cut with?

Parthuman Alldog: Do you think I should take my time? Ha jk would be better if you read off a teleprompter. Ha ha. I kid with respect.

gary girdner: ha where have you been I miss your utubes

Smokey Robinson: Hello awesome video but I was just wondering if I have my selector on full auto mode, rooster the gun, will it fire full auto?? Or do I have to put the selector in semi first, rooster it back, then select full auto to fire?

Spectt84: Is this illegal to build in the state of Connecticut? I pretty sure it's illegal to by an AR15 in CT after Sandy Hook. But what about building one? I'm new to all this and thinking of getting​ my license to own a firearm and just curious what is and is NOT allowed. And where to start... Great info thanks for your video.

bretnmannn: WD 40 is the lube to use when maching 7075--just my 2 cents

Archie Bunker: The word of the day is "especially". It's not "expecially" or "eckspecially". Try it! You'll like it. You won't sound like an uneducated dolt.

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