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    Default Trigger guard rivet jig use

    These pics should answer any questions on it's use.
    I received a PM today from a member who is using one on a global receiver.
    The plate included with these jigs is designed to fit properly when using a standard 1mm receiver.
    The extra material on the Global's is all inside.
    Meaning the inside of the receiver is 1.2mm narrower than a standard receiver. If you are going to use a Global receiver, you will probably need to trim the plate a little.

    Remember that the TG rivets don't have a formed head, they are mashed flat for FCG clearance, so you do not want to use too long of a rivet.

    You only want around .150 or so of the rivet protruding into the inside of the receiver, after it goes through the TG, selector stop and the receiver.

    The rivets in the 1st and 3rd pic are not trimmed yet, the rivets in the 4th pic have been trimmed to the proper length.
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