Juggernaut Tactical 80% Lower Jig for AR-10 and AR-15 - Ultimate Jig
Juggernaut Tactical 80% Lower Jig for AR-10 and AR-15 - Ultimate Jig
Juggernaut Tactical 80% Lower Jig for AR-10 and AR-15 - Ultimate Jig
Juggernaut Tactical 80% Lower Jig for AR-10 and AR-15 - Ultimate Jig
Juggernaut Tactical 80% Lower Jig for AR-10 and AR-15 - Ultimate Jig
Juggernaut Tactical 80% Lower Jig for AR-10 and AR-15 - Ultimate Jig

Juggernaut Tactical 80% Lower Jig for AR-10 and AR-15 - Ultimate Jig

Regular price $189.00 Sale

With this Juggernaut Tactical ultimate jig (patent pending, you are now able to build both AR-10 and AR-15 80% lowers. The alignment tool that ensures the pocket is always centered in combination with the oversized top plates allows for very smooth and consistent finishing. Pair that with the press fit stainless steel drill bushings and depth gage (included with the jig), you will have yourself the perfect tool to finish any top-tier AR rifle. The only thing necessary to get your project going is a drill press or a hand drill and router; everything else is provided in your Ultimate Jig Kit.

  • 17-4 Stainless Steel Drill Bushings
  • Patented alignment tool with light
  • Depth gage for quickly setting tool length
  • CNC-machined from solid aerospace billet aluminum
  • Laser-etched Right/Left markings and drill hole sizes for convenience
  • Individually replaceable plates
  • Type III hard coat anodized
  • Optional high quality tooling package includes all bits required to finish your AR-15 or AR-10 lower. These are the same bits used in the commercial CNC machines at the Juggernaut Tactical factory
  • If instructions are properly followed, the jig kit can be used to finish up to 25 lowers, or more
  • Made in the USA
  • PATENT PENDING

Tooling package comes with:

  • 1 ea. 0.375" Cobalt Drill
  • 1 ea. 0.3125" Cobalt Drill
  • 1 ea. 0.156" Cobalt Drill
  • 1 ea. 5/16" Carbide Endmill

For step-by-step video instructions on finishing your AR-10 or AR-15 80% Lower with our the Ultimate Jig Kit, go here.

For written instructions, go here.