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    Assembly instructions specifically say not to use a drill press. Recommends hand drill/vise, and best to do holes before tabs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViniVidivici View Post
    Assembly instructions specifically say not to use a drill press. Recommends hand drill/vise, and best to do holes before tabs.
    Yes. Donít use a drill press. Too much torque that can lead to breaking the frame. Dremel press with mineral oil works great though.

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    I've been heavily contemplating a p80 build before the end of January. I appreciate you guys turning me on to MGB's videos. Looks like I need a few more dremel attachments to really make this thing perfect. He brought a lot of things up that I wouldn't have thought about, like the gen 3 vs gen 4 ejector and extractor issues. I think clearing the channel and cleaning it up will be my biggest concern, but it looks like taking it slow and being patient is the key.

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    They are a joke.

    People messing with them are just flushing money away and making parts harder to come by for real Glocks

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    We watched a few videos on these things and said "hell no". I'm fairly mechanical, but this looked like more ass ache than it was worth.
    "You people have too much time on your hands." - scottryan

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    They're not hard to do at all.

    If you can assemble an AR from scratch, you can do one of these. Easier than you'd think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViniVidivici View Post
    They're not hard to do at all.

    If you can assemble an AR from scratch, you can do one of these. Easier than you'd think.
    ^^^THIS^^^

    I think I said so before, but if you can tie your own shoes you can do this. If you can't and have to use velcro shoes it is probably 50/50.
    Not high speed, low drag. More like ten under, blinker on.

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    I used a drill press so I could get the holes perpendicular to the outside. One side then flip and do other side, not straight through. Now that I have my newest gen ejector and 9mm extractors I need to run some rounds for function test. Converted .40 to 9mm and was tired of random brass to face.

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