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26535 Buttstock Drill Kit
PAP Buttstock Drill Kit


 
Our Price: $24.99

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Product Code: 26535
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Description
 
This kit includes a small pilot drill, larger buttstock hole drill, and drill guide / alignment device.

It is used to precisely drill a hole in the rear of M85's, M92's, and Draco's. This will allow you to mount a CNC Warrior folding hinge system.

The alignment device is machined from steel by CNC Warrior.

Black Oxide finish.

Builders can use the drill guide to drill small hole in precise location, then use the larger one to drill through the receiver back using the pilot hole to keep correct position.

View the installation manual here.

For DIY: We recommend drilling a 3/8" hole through the back of your receiver using a non-carbide drill. The center point should be 1/2 inch up from the bottom of the receiver and in the middle.

Drill guide MADE IN USA by CNC Warrior LLC

Cobalt drills MADE IN USA

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 worked perfect April 23, 2020
Reviewer: Mark from Tunkhannock, PA United States  
Save a lot of time, stock lined up very well.

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5 of 5 A Must Have! March 31, 2020
Reviewer: Charles from Texas City, TX United States  
This kit is definitely a must have to precisely locate the hole on your rear trunnion. It works well if using a hand drill or drill press. If using a hand drill, I recommend working your way up to the 3/8” bit. What I did was I drilled the hole with the included 3/32” bit, then I went up to a 1/8” bit, then 1/4”, then finally the 3/8”. It’s not the end of the world if you happen to wander a bit as you’re enlarging the hole as the 3/8” hole is over sized compared to the stock bolt (which is why it’s better to work your way up if using a hand drill). This system is definitely easier than drilling and tapping for an ace side folder (but just as solid). Thank you CNC warrior for supporting us diy gunsmiths!

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