Teal Blue Bravo PDQ Ambi-Bolt Release for Aero Precision Ambi Lowers
Ratings & Reviews
Instrustion need a rewirte
I give this a 4 out of 5 because the design is good it is the cutting and fabricating instruction I have a problem with. I found out you have the make the trench for the bolt catch wider for this to work but you need to file only the front never the back. Plus the other part on the side of the lower as well. This takes a lot of time to do it write. THERE IS NO JIG for this but I bet if there was everyone would be getting one. They do have lowers pre-make for the PDQ but I found out you still have to shave forward a little.
Better than BAD
I really like this control. It’s not hard to install if you have the right equipment. I used an old Bridgeport mill at work to alter my lower. It does take a little time to do it well. It lets you catch & release the bolt. I find it intuitive in placement & use. I highly prefer this to “BAD” lever type controls. I’ve bought several more to retrofit my other lowers. Knocked off a star because they’re expensive.
love the PDQ. it’s brilliant!
by Joe -
if you have milled the 80% lower then the PDQ mod is a breeze. just search for the PDQ install tutorial on YouTube. he shows you which tools to use and exactly how to cut out the aluminum, file it down, and stain it black to match the original black anodizing. piece of cake; i took my time and perfected my lower receiver to accept the PDQ in just 1 evening after work & im infatuated with it. i thought i was cool when i tapped & threaded the rear takedown pin holes to contain the spring & detent with a set screw but making my bolt release ambidextrous is just Fn awesome.