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Thread: ak builder flat bending jig w/stepdown 160 shipped

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    Default ak builder flat bending jig w/stepdown 160 shipped

    i have an ak builder jig wtih top rail stepdown that has been used 3 times. i built what i wanted and dont need it any more. i have 1 left over romi flat with rails that i will throw in with it if you want it. can accept paypal if that is easier for you.
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    This is a great deal for someone who has several flats to bend.
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    ill take it
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    spf to mauser 1959

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    I was soooo ready to jump on this one and sell my 555th style jig. If I'd been employed, you'd never have had a chance, mauser! Good buy to a good guy!
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    Thanks SJohnson and Dave, as the old saying goes, I needed that.
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    is this the unit that will use the 1.0mm and 1.5mm dies for doing std and yugo uf's? I assume you have the 1mm die if this is that unit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnicita View Post
    is this the unit that will use the 1.0mm and 1.5mm dies for doing std and yugo uf's? I assume you have the 1mm die if this is that unit?

    Thanks
    i dont think ak builder ever made the die for the yugos for this jig
    his new jig has the die for the yugos-but its not interchangable with the older style
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    He said they would work but the lower portion was not strong enough so that is why he opted to go with the very beefy solution he has now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patjsimpson View Post
    He said they would work but the lower portion was not strong enough so that is why he opted to go with the very beefy solution he has now.
    I helps if you put the jig in a milling vise while using it to keep it from flexing

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