5.56/30 cal drill fixture
NOTE: TO COMPLETE YOUR SUPPRESSOR YOU MUST HAVE AN APPROVED ATF FORM 1. DRILLING YOUR SOLVENT TRAP WITHOUT APPROVAL IS CONSIDERED A FEDERAL CRIME.
Bob is back and showing off our latest product, the 5.56/30 cal drill fixture. Introducing our latest product, the 5.56/30 cal Drill Fixture. Designed to make the final process simple and easy for the 5.56/30 cal kits, this fixture allows for the drilling of your approved form 1 internals. Utilizing a hardened steel drill bushing this will fixture will give you years of use. This fixture also comes with a cobalt drill bit making it as simple as possible to complete your ATF Form 1 suppressor.
Where can I order your drill fixtures?
It available on their site
Can this be used to drill out the end cap?
Yessir! The end cap goes into the bottom of the fixture then can be clamped in
Maintain the good work and delivering in the crowd!
does the drill jig come with the 9mm setup?
Or is it extra.
Would a properly engineered and form 1 approved Quietbore 45 solvent trap work for a 350 Legend, 16 inch barrel?
Can I use the 556/30 on my 9mm pistol ? I am looking for one solvent trap that i can use for 30 cal.and 9mm ?
What is the OD of your baffle cones and the ID of the drilling fixture please.
The bits are obviously different sizes for the 2 calibers but can the same fixture be used and the bushing/bits just be swapped or do 2 fixtures have to be purchased, one in each caliber?
Are they sold out?
Question, maybe a bit off topic, but would your 9mm or 45ACP solvent trap fit a 350 Legend barrel? Would hate to get solvent everywhere while cleaning my Legend.
Where can i order the 5.56 kit?
I completed drilling baffles and end cap but when I tried to put it together using the spacer, it ended up almost a 1/4 inch to long. I know I’m doing something wrong, but am having a hard time figuring out what it could be. Any suggestion would be much appreciated.
Hey John, go ahead and dissassemble the entire kit, then start with the entrance cap, then spacer, then internals and finally exit cap. It should screw tight together.
The video for drilling the 556/30 is no longer posted. Can you repost or at least send a copy to me.