5D Tactical – Using the Router Jig Pro
Our 5D Tactical video will show you what comes with the 5D Tactical Multiplatform jig and how to use it.
We have an article that we put the 80 Percent Arms Jig against the 5D Tactical Jig. Visit that article at https://trb.fyi/ar-jig-shootout-5d-tactical-vs-80-percent-arms
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What comes with the jig kit – 0:24
Step 1: Installing the buffer adapter – 2:13
Step 2: Mounting the lower to the jig – 3:16
Step 3: Installing the side plates – 5:06
Step 4: Installing the drill guide – 6:20
Step 5: Router setup – 7:02
Step 6: Drilling the pilot hole – 9:07
Step 7: Milling the lower – 10:31
Step 8: Drilling the safety, hammer and trigger pin holes – 13:58
Step 9: Removing the receiver from the jig – 14:59
Does it work – 15:48
There are several tools we used in the 5D Tactical video. Below is the list of tools and the links to purchase them.
When purchasing tools, I try to buy them from Brownells since they have a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. I have broken roll pin punches that Brownells has replaced with no questions asked.
I purchased my Jig from JSD Supply. They have the lowest advertised price for the jig that I have found.
#2 Roll Pin Holder Punch – Used to tighten the buffer adapter
#2 Philips – Used to install jig screws
Scotch-Brite Sponge – Used to debur the router threads
5″ OAL Needle Nose Pliers – Used to remove the collet on the router
5/8″ Wrench – Used to install mill on the router
7/64″ Allen wrench– Used to change guide pins
Simple Green – Used to clean up the jig and lower
Masking Tape – Used to protect the lower in the jig
Ryobi Drill – Used to drill the pilot, selector, hammer and trigger pin holes
Rigid 24012 Router – To mill out the lower
Oatey 3024 Dark Cutting Oil – To cool and lubricate the mill and drill bits
5 in. Rugged Cast Iron Drill Press Milling Vise – To hold the Frame
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