Like many Americans I have been exploring the AR-15 DIY billet craze. I personally like the billet80 80% version but understand other vendors also sell them. Easy enough. There are even jigs on the market for those who only have a drill press, but not a mill. There is at least one guy out there offering a similar product for a 1911, but I am shying away from that for now. This is because the 1911 is so persnickity about hole placement. What I am wondering (and speculating if I have to invent it) is, does anyone know of 80% billets for small carry pistols? Yes, I know you could probably 3D print a Luger or a Mauser 96 with the right CAD drawings, but I am thinking only of at home from a billet manufacture right now. What I would like to see on the market is a billet kit for a medium size pistol of a forgiving design. I am thinking of something in the 32 - 40 caliber size. Problem I am seeing is most of the designs are either not designed with do it yourselfers in mind, nor are they not terribly forgiving of manufacture variations. Fact is the only good candidates I see are the Tokarev and the old Ruby class of 32 pistols. I find myself not able to come up with any easy to make (but reliable to fire) pistols in the 9mm/40 caliber class. What I think I would like to see is a Do It Yourself Billet kit around 9mm or 40 caliber, semi-auto, with a Luger grip angle, with a Browning Hi-Power (ie, like a Glock or Sig 226) derived recoil mechanism, a coil spring main spring, and using off the shelf readily available internal parts from one or more guns. Aluminum would be nice, but I/we can work in steel too. Ideally it would be available with jigs like the AR15/AK kits are. So how about it, does anyone know of a kit like that already on the market?