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Broken Armory Tooling for 80% Jig

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Quality replacement tooling for the Broken Arms 80% Jig.

The Broken Arms 80% AR-15/AR9 Jig provides reusable plates and templates, allowing you to complete more than one AR-type 80% lower receiver. But drill bits and end mill bits inevitably wear out. Using worn bits can result in poorly aligned pinholes, and roughly cut fire control cavities.

It's recommended you replace your Broken Arms tooling when they begin to show wear. The fix is easy: Grab this replacement tooling kit and you'll have all the bits you need to continue machining your custom AR builds.


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