Replacement Tooling for Elite Builder 80% Jig

$119.99
$74.99
SKU:
EB-TOOL-KIT

Description

You probably won’t find the right tool bits for your jig and 80% lower receiver at the hardware store -- those bits are usually made of cheaper, lower-carbon steel or carbide. We prefer to offer gunsmiths like you the right stuff for aluminum: HSS bits, like this set in AMT’s 80% Jig Tool Kit.

Designed to work with the Elite Builder Jig, this bit set can be used for any AR-15, AR-9 or AR-10 (LR-308) jig and lower.

HSS Bits Are Best for Your 80% Lower HSS (high-speed steel) bits are often the best choice for cutting and drilling a billet or forged 80% lower: They’re much less expensive than carbide bits, they excel at withstanding high cutting forces, they may last longer, and they’re less likely to break while working.

No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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