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Polymer80 P80-JIG-RL556v3 Jig Kit

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You're gonna build your AR using an 80% lower. Welcome to the team. Whether you're just getting into it for the first time, or this project of yours is a one-and-done, you don't wanna drop a bunch of cash on a jig for your lower that, let's face it, you'll probably use once and never touch again. That's why you're here.

This is Polymer80's RL556v3 jig for your soon to be AR's lower receiver. Made from ABS polymer, it's a one-use jig that you can use to turn your 80% lower into a fully stripped and functional lower. See below for more info.

The RL556v3 includes:

  • The jig
  • 9mm end mill
  • 3/8" drill bit
  • 5/16" drill bit
  • 5/32" drill bit

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