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Thanks man! I'm really happy with the way it turned out.

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Nice! Somebody tell me how I can make my own pistol too
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Nice! Somebody tell me how I can make my own pistol too
Rent some mill time, and get all your parts together.

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My AR Pistol partially put together, I still need to purchase a bunch of parts. Going to replace the front sight post with a low profile gas block, mid-length free-float handguard, different PG, gas tube parts, etc.

Going to Dura Coat it after I test fire it.

I filled in the engravings with shoe polish so that it sticks out in the pictures.





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  • CMMG 1/7 twist 10.3" barrel

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If there is another build, count me in. Nice lookin pistols
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Here's some photos.






I guess I need to make up some AR CNC t-shirts. :-)






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Never been a huge fan of AR's but this thread makes me want to build one. Makes sense considering I have my own shop. Tempted to just mill one from plate.
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Never been a huge fan of AR's but this thread makes me want to build one. Makes sense considering I have my own shop. Tempted to just mill one from plate.
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Never been a huge fan of AR's but this thread makes me want to build one. Makes sense considering I have my own shop. Tempted to just mill one from plate.
in that case, look here, http://www.cncguns.com/downloads.html
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Never been a huge fan of AR's but this thread makes me want to build one. Makes sense considering I have my own shop. Tempted to just mill one from plate.
Not woth it, the time involved in doing that is worth more then the cost of an 80% IMHO.

If you have a lot of time on your hands, and free materials, I guess it might be worth it.
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I have a line on Bushmaster LPK's for $65.00 each shipped.I can hopefully order about 20 at this price.
These have the pistol hammer and the std. springs.
As I will be fronting my own money for this buy , I request a USPS MO for as many as you wish.
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I have a line on Bushmaster LPK's for $65.00 each shipped.I can hopefully order about 20 at this price.
These have the pistol hammer and the std. springs.
I wasn't aware there was a specific hammer for pistol use. I've just been using the hammer that comes with a std LPK Seems to work fine
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I was told that the round head hammer was developed for the 9mm
AR's due to the smaller diameter of the pistol primers. They seem to work fine with rifle primers to so........
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6 hours on a manual mill vs. 24 min on the cnc. I'll cheat. Thanks for letting me be a part of the first batch. I'll be posting photos of my pistol soon, hopefully.


Very cool job... Hey wait 6 hrs? Heck no it's 45 minutes to 2 hrs if your dragging tail on a manual mill...
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Here's mine-





Yes that's a Troy M7A1 upgrade kit

Big thanks and props once again to Jimmy for hooking it up
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i want a AR15 and AR-10 also... very nice lowers
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using cnc machines are cheating! You have to do it on a drill press and hold it while milling saying "dont screw up dont screw up" couple dozen times. Nice work though!
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I think I'm gonna cry... I want one. How can I get in on this??
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First, you'll need to purchase an 80% receiver. How many you guys want?
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Got 6 already, just need to machine them now.
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Can I borrow your CNC, please?

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Those are just cad files, not cam files. I think you'd have to be a little crazy to use someone else's program. There is just to many variables to do that without having setup conventions and communication with the programmer.
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Those are just cad files, not cam files. I think you'd have to be a little crazy to use someone else's program. There is just to many variables to do that without having setup conventions and communication with the programmer.
I'm no programmer or machinist, I wouldn't know. Just linked that site in hopes it'll help someone that knows what they're doing.
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Got 6 already, just need to machine them now.
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I'm no programmer or machinist, I wouldn't know. Just linked that site in hopes it'll help someone that knows what they're doing.
lots of folks have used the models on justin's site to create their machine code and do lowers from billet. cncguns is a good resource.
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That's what I did.
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