I received my M-LOK QD attachment as well as a picatinny rail section and went ahead and machined one side of the receiver. Turned out great! everything fits very well. There is about .050" clearance between the inside of the receiver and the barrel. No problems installing or uninstalling. I have not machined the inside flat to accept the nuts but I do have a tool coming for next week for that. I would say that the flats don't even need to be machined but I am going to do that anyway once the cutter arrives. I just wanted to get slots in there so I could check clearance on the barrel.
Nice work! I had thought about doing this but don't have the tools nor skills. Tried to find a local machinist to do it but none showed interest.
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Nicely done. Looks much better than KeyMod. Is that Five-Huns to the barrel or the barrel extension?
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