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    Quote Originally Posted by vz58 View Post
    Bill whats the stock number on the one you oredered?
    The guy on the phone put me on hold while he looked it up. Then I tried with the numbers he gave me and nothing showed uo! I called him back and he ordered it for me. Here's to numbers he gave me.
    3004-0135-3MT spindle
    3004-0136 R8 spindle
    He also said I had to put the 0 in front of 135 or 136 to recognize it. Hell it didn't see it either way! He didn't have any problem. Anyway instead of $599.99 it was $619.

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    I have no idea what number they are using, maybe it's the actual manufacturer's number?

    Guessing this is the one your looking at
    Mini Mill - 2 Speed Mini Milling Machine
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    No-thats the one they don't have anymore. For something that should be easy to order what a pain. When I tried to order it said in stock. The reason I called was the fine print said made to order and 3-13 weeks. WTF? If I order something I want it now! You get that AR done yet?

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    Bill did you order this through HF or WT?
    Here's the numbers you gave
    Mini Variable Speed Mill & Drill (WT)


    No I did get that receiver into a finish rifle yet, I think it's ready to go, but haven't felt like spending the money to complete it yet
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    Yes Some customer rep from Harbor Freight called this morning and said they had a couple-so I called wholesale tool and canceled. HR shipping is only 21.94. But they got me for Ind sales tax. He told me 3-7 working days to get here. Thats the one you have isn't it? Turning it into CNC?

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    Hell, I was going back and forth-WT, HF, Grizzly, Micro Mark... I got myself confused! If that guy from HF hadn't called I would have ended up with one-just not the one I really wanted. Now I'm off to look up a fixture and/or forging for a 308. Just remember if you pick one up-I'll send the fixture to you. Thanks Bill

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    No need to buy a jig for ar15 or ar10 receivers. You can EASILY make what you need.

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    That's cool HF was able to take care of you, that is a good shipping rate, hope the sales tax isn't much in your state.

    Thats the one you have isn't it? Turning it into CNC?
    I got one of the round column models, there's a pic in the first post. That bases are basically the same on most of these, just different sizes, so you can copy what a lot of people do to convert the X & Y if you deside to.
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    Here's your forging.
    762SASS.com :: www.762sass.com
    This is for an armalite style. M14 mags and armalite upper.

    Or you could cut the magwell for dpms mags.

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    Thanks vz58-Damn, forging only $58 I paid a lot more for Tactical Machining AR-15 lowers.

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