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The WarBlock High T-4 Receiver Height AR15 Gas Block is now in stock!

  The WarBlock High T-4 is now in stock and orders are open! They are available as a stand-alone unit to pin yourself (highly ill-advised unless you know what you are doing) primarily for gunsmiths, armorers, manufacturers, and highly technically proficient DIY with the tools and the know how. They are also available already professionally […]

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WarBlock Receiver Height AR15 Gas Block CNC Machining (17): soft jaws II squaring stock and barrel pinning

Here we are with the second installment of the soft jaw series within a series. In this episode we explore the other two primary functions that the soft jaws were engineered to serve. The first being the final machining off of the back tab. We start with a problem encountered when using the traditional vise […]

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WarBlock Receiver Height AR15 Gas Block CNC Machining (13): double down and fixture fixing

After I machined fixture plate 1 to have the correct sized bosses I decided to jump right in and machine two blanks simultaneously, the first time I’ve done more than one on the fixture. The only problem was the the gastube hole was drilled slightly off location in reference to the main 14mm bore hole […]

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WarBlock Receiver Height AR15 Gas Block CNC Machining (11): 3D machining lightening pocket and sling swivel socket

As hoped I was able to get some machining done this week. In this episode I wanted to begin operations on the lightening pocket which always seemed somewhat daunting to me. When I first bought my CAM software a few years ago the first thing I did was try to figure out how to do […]

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WarBlock Receiver Height AR15 Gas Block CNC Machining (10): chatter and interpolation

It’s been awhile since my last video or blog post due to too many extenuating circumstances to mention but I’m back with another one. This one will be yet again of particular interest to my machinist friends and perhaps no one else. From the last installment I was playing around with trying to plunge mill […]

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