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Thread: 80% lowers. If I made them would u buy?

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    Gunco Member holdfastgreg's Avatar
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    I'm game, but it depends on cost and craftsmanship.

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    I have one free 0% paper weight.
    and have completed an 80% from ar15plus.The cost is considerably more than a complete receiver. I used the early cnc gunsmithing jig. I used the autocad files to layout on the jig to mark the jig for the buffer stop hole and the pistol grip drilling angles. Other tooling added up. I had the S&D drill for the buffer tube reaming and the buffer tap was $60 +. like they say in the ad it is a "I did it myself " thing. Now I see CNCG has added a top jig to open the fire control well. The ATF will continue to look at the time to finish as the criteria for the 80% rule. The real issue that isn't brought up is that there are no registering numbers. Consider this that there is a requirement that these can not be sold when finished. I have read discussion that this only is regarding "new" completed receivers. There was a question I read sometime in the past that after it has been used is it still un-sell-able as it is not new anymore? Does one have to be numbered then to sell and does this require registration as a mfgr.?

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