John Davis: dont try it on a drill press, people. Removing the "fence" of aluminum after drilling the holes is a NIGHTMARE. Get a harbor freight router and save yourself the horror, and maybe a bad injury!
John Davis: why not just use a $15 digital or dial caliper to show the dimensions of the pockets, epecially the depth of the pockets? why are you guessing at the length of your cutters? Dont you have a tape measure? Makes you look very amateurish./careless.
John Davis: need MUCH better lighting, or paint the jig some light reflective color
wraith Walker: looking to buy a used jig. email@example.com
Paul Anderson: You chewing your cud?
Rez: Excellent video thanks for posting.
Sir Anthony: You freaking maggot put a pickle in your mouth
Poco Loco: thumbs down for all the mouth noises heavy breathing and gum chewing!
brianallen0826: Please take the gum out of your mouth
combateffectivemedia: So I'm thinking of going with a press how do u accurately measure ur depths jw
Ki777UMiNATii: How many you got left and how much you let'n em go for? .. throw'n out phone numbers but nothing as to their cost? :\
Ki777UMiNATii: Could have something to do with drill presses being much more cost effective? such as mine @50 bucks.... and if owning a mill, one still needs a jig to complete a lower...they should A) buy a d.r.o. and educate themselves in its usage or B) sell it, as it is merely that persons garage ornament...cool vid trex
Chris Slawek: Didn't notice the gum. Just noticed now how to finish off an AR receiver! Thank you for the info!
xHaPTiic: what would happen if you drill to deep or not deep enough on the milling?
JizzShooter: Mini Mills are about 300 bucks now. Why a drill press?
Mike White: As annoying as misspelled words are, the gum chewing was more annoying. If it weren't for the fact that the video itself was quite informative, I would've skipped it.
Mike White: tacticalmachining(dot)com/80-ar-15-jig(dot)html
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