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The M-16 Third Hole Drilling Jig is made for properly aligning and drilling the third hole for a full auto sear in an AR-15 style lower receiver. The drill hole is reinforced with a steel drill bushing to prevent wear and be able to use the jig over and over without any issues with tolerance. The jig and pins are made to exact tolerances. Be sure of proper fitment in your lower by reaming the rear take down pin hole to .250 and the safety selector hole to .375 which will ensure an accurate drilling of the 3rd hole.
We recommend fixturing and leveling the work piece horizontally in a vertical mill or drill press to ensure a straight hole through the lower.
M-16 Lower Parts Kits are also available and can be purchased here.
BGR is not responsible for any city, county, state, or federal laws that you do not comply with when using this product. This Jig is intended for use by 07 FFL holders for legal manufacture of full auto machine guns. Possessing this jig in conjunction with other parts may be illegal in some states without holding the proper licenses.
The M-16 Drilling Jigs are proudly MADE IN THE USA.
CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE - PEN
PART 6. CONTROL OF DEADLY WEAPONS [16000 - 34370]
( Part 6 added by Stats. 2010, Ch. 711, Sec. 6. )
TITLE 1. PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS [16000 - 17360]
( Title 1 added by Stats. 2010, Ch. 711, Sec. 6. )
DIVISION 2. DEFINITIONS [16100 - 17360]
( Division 2 added by Stats. 2010, Ch. 711, Sec. 6. )
(a) As used in this part, “machinegun” means any weapon that shoots, is designed to shoot, or can readily be restored to shoot, automatically more than one shot, without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger.
(b) The term “machinegun” also includes the frame or receiver of any weapon described in subdivision (a), any part designed and intended solely and exclusively, or combination of parts designed and intended, for use in converting a weapon into a machinegun, and any combination of parts from which a machinegun can be assembled if those parts are in the possession or under the control of a person.
(c) The term “machinegun” also includes any weapon deemed by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives as readily convertible to a machinegun under Chapter 53 (commencing with Section 5801) of Title 26 of the United States Code.