Complete Your 80% Lower 1/3 the Time It Takes With Traditional Jigs
Engineered to be the most durable and easiest jig to use, the Easy Jig® Gen 2 from 80% Arms fits every type of AR-15, AR-9, and DPMS pattern AR-308 lower on the market. Right off the bat you’ll notice this thing is built like a tank! Packing heavy-duty, ¾” solid steel side plates, the Easy Jig Gen 2 won’t wear out like other jigs when you’re milling out an 80 percent lower, and it’s durable enough to be reused dozens of times.
And because it’s so robust, the Easy Jig easily supports your hand drill, ensuring it stays straight when boring holes for the lower parts kit. The self-centering mechanism, with no touch side plates, means even the most exotic lower receiver design will fit perfectly in the jig.
When the folks at 80% Arms developed the Easy Jig Gen 2, they made sure convenience was an integral part of it. To use the Easy Jig 2, you only need two power tools - a hand drill and a router. No measuring tools are required either - the built in depth gauges take care of that. Switching between calibers is as easy as flipping the rear buffer tube mount and side plates – no adapter pieces required.
The jig is also easier on your parts because the end-mill downward force can’t separate the press taper chuck, and it’s more efficient to move the router by hand rather than moving the jig. Finally, the folks at 80% Arms made sure cleanup was a breeze by adding an integrated vacuum cleaner hose attachment to suck up the chips while you work.
- Works with over 23 of the most common handheld routers
- Less drilling, drill only one hole prior to milling
- Complete an 80% lower in under 30 min
- No disassembly to insert or remove 80% lower
The 80% Arms Easy Jig Gen 2 Multi-Platform allows you to finish AR-15, AR-9, and DPMS gen 1 pattern .308 80% lowers. The Easy Jig Gen 2 Universal AR-15 Jig is the best choice for AR-15 and AR-9 lowers. The Universal AR-15 Jig cannot be retrofitted to accommodate .308 lowers.
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