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Old December 29th, 2018, 03:05 AM #1
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Looking to borrow 80% Lower Jig

Does anyone on here have an 80% Lower Jig that they are willing to lend out or rent?
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Old December 30th, 2018, 12:42 PM #2
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Does anyone on here have an 80% Lower Jig that they are willing to lend out or rent?
For what? AR or Glock clone handgun

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If anyone has an AR15 jig theyd be willing to let me borrow please PM me

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Old January 12th, 2019, 07:16 PM #4
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I have the PF940V2 jig and bits, but I'm on the shore
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Also interested in this... would love to be able to rent one for someone for a day..
I would think renting could potentially run afoul of the laws. Gratuitous loan would be fine.
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Old January 12th, 2019, 10:26 PM #6
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I have one for the Glock compact if you make it to the city or west Baltimore County.
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I would think renting could potentially run afoul of the laws. Gratuitous loan would be fine.
me thinks so to... like using some ones milling machine or
their G-code to mill it out, or just push the button... hmmm.

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Old January 13th, 2019, 12:54 AM #8
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There is absolutely no legal issue with renting an 80% lower jig. It's a hunk of aluminum and steel. All the work to actually mill out the lower must be done manually. Come on, people. Stop making life easier for gun grabbers.
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There is absolutely no legal issue with renting an 80% lower jig. It's a hunk of aluminum and steel. All the work to actually mill out the lower must be done manually. Come on, people. Stop making life easier for gun grabbers.
show me the ruling, then what you say applies to a milling machine in my
basement, I'm not a "business" so under your thinking I could charge you
for using my mill to do your lower, right? AS far as gun grabbers, this day
and time you have to cover "all bases" and with all the heat on this topic
just brings more attention... main stream... WE don't need it..
but...if you want to do it have at it..

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Old January 13th, 2019, 09:32 AM #10
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If a jig can be sold, like on eBay or Amazon, I'm pretty sure it could be rented also. If someone wants to borrow mine they are welcome to it. Not interested in renting it but not because I think it's illegal, I've got my use out of it and it's just collecting dust.
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