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Non gun kits #15977123 04/09/21
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Any experience with these? https://www.tnwfirearms.com/product-p/asrx-kitt-xxxx-xxxx-hmbd.htm They say on their website they are backordered by 6 months. I'm thinking since the creep wants to get rid of them I want one or something like it.

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I've got a friend that ordered one of those, or one like it. Supposedly, it was 75%-80% complete. He found out pretty quick that whatever parts needed to be finished, took a lot more work than he was led to believe. IIRC, he had to drill some holes or maybe drill out some holes and something else. It took some pretty meticulous workmanship to finish the rifle, but he eventually got it done. When finished, it worked.


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Re: Non gun kits [Re: Jim1611] #15977250 04/09/21
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Thanks. I think I can take care of the machining so that's not a problem.

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There are jigs available to guide you on the drilling. There is a fair amount of work to be done to complete the lower, but it can all be done on a drill press. CNC would be better for these, but not necessary. Without the jig, I wouldn't even try to complete one. Here is a site that carries the jigs. Jigs


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Originally Posted by Colorado14er
There are jigs available to guide you on the drilling. There is a fair amount of work to be done to complete the lower, but it can all be done on a drill press. CNC would be better for these, but not necessary. Without the jig, I wouldn't even try to complete one. Here is a site that carries the jigs. Jigs


I used one f those plastic jigs to drill some holes for a guy and was surprised at how well it was made.

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It was the 95s
That required on or two holes..


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I have a 80% lower that has been sitting in my closet for about 4 years or so. Paid $49 for it, hate to see what they are going for now ( just the lower, not the kit)


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