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Item #: G0776
Model # G0776
This 13" x 40" workhorse is a great addition to our line of spectacular Grizzly Gunsmithing Lathes. Supplied with an 8-speed gearhead, 2 HP motor, D1-4 spindle (with a generous 1.57" bore), flood coolant system, halogen worklight, pull-out chip tray, and foot brake—great for safety! The outboard end of the spindle has a "spider" mounting system—ideal for gunsmithing. This is one well-stocked machine! Check out the list of standard equipment below.


  • 2-Axis digital readout
  • Quick-change gearbox
  • Convenient pull-out chip tray
  • Outboard spindle spider for gunsmithing
  • Quick-change tool post
  • Halogen worklight
  • Foot brake with motor shut-off switch
  • Flame-hardened headstock gears
  • Built-in coolant system
  • Full-length splash guard
  • D1-4 camlock spindle
  • Hardened cast iron bed
Standard Equipment:
  • 6" self-centering 3-jaw chuck
  • 8" 4-jaw chuck with independent jaws
  • 10" Faceplate
  • Steady rest
  • Follow rest
  • Quick-change tool post (200 series)
  • Toolbox with service tools
  • Change gears
  • MT#3 HSS dead center
  • MT#3 carbide-tipped dead center
  • Swing over bed: 13-11/16"
  • Swing over gap: 18-1/2"
  • Swing over cross slide: 7-11/16"
  • Distance between centers: 40"
  • Bed width: 7-1/16"
  • Spindle bore: 1.57" (40mm)
  • Spindle taper: MT#5
  • Spindle nose: D1-4
  • Spindle length: 16-5/16"
  • Spindle length with 4-jaw chuck: 20-1/2"
  • Cuts LH threads
  • Cross slide travel: 5-7/8"
  • Compound travel: 3-1/4"
  • Tailstock taper: MT#3
  • Motor: 2 HP, 220V, single-phase, 8.5A, 60 Hz, 1720 RPM
  • Number of speeds: 8
  • Range of speeds: 70–2000 RPM
  • Overall dimensions: 74-1/2" L x 31" W x 58" H
  • Approximate shipping weight: 1370 lbs.

18 Customer Reviews (4.7 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Anonymous Reviewer
07/06/2019 1:42:34 PM

Got it about a month ago. Very nice lathe. I like the foot brake feature, nice safety feature. Seems like a nicely built machine for a import unit. I would recommend this to others. Thanks.

Anonymous Reviewer
great customer support 03/21/2019 12:59:49 PM

We received the lathe damaged. Something had broken through the top of the crate and scratched the top of the electrical control box all the way across the top. The front cover above the foot break had come loose and fell off scratching the cabinet a little bit. The crating leaves a lot to be desired. That said Grizzly was all over this issue. We sent pictures of the damage and they ordered and shipped the parts to us with touch up paint included. Kind of a pain switching out the electrical box but now we have a scratch free lathe just waiting for us to scratch it ourselves! Have yet to use the lathe, just finished the break in procedure and everything is working like it should. Grizzly definitely supports their products.

Gene C
Works Great 02/04/2019 1:30:20 AM

No problems so far. I use it for barrel work. Very ridgid and accurate..

Anonymous Reviewer
Love this lathe. 10/31/2018 5:46:58 PM

A great, solid, medium-sized lathe at a great price with a lot of extras. I bought mine for gunsmithing and it works great. I find it very easy to use and I use it every day.

The geared headstock makes spindle speed changes easy and fast. Takes longer to calculate the spindle speed than it does to set it. My lathe shipped without oil in the headstock (but it had oil in the quick-change gearbox and saddle apron), so don't forget to check yours before use.

The quick-change gearbox is very intuitive after you use it once or twice, then you find yourself using it for every job. It's nice that it is sealed, making it pretty quiet (as lathe gearboxes go). The oil bath lubrication makes it fairly maintenance free during normal use and easy to do when an oil change is required. The oil sight glasses are nice for keeping tabs on its level and condition.

The end change-gears that connect the headstock to the quick change gearbox are good for a range of thread pitches and feed speeds. The ones that come installed are perfect for the most common inch threads and average feeds. They are easy to change (only two nuts to loosen and two bolts to remove) if you need other inch threads, metric threads, or a different feed rate. The first time you do that gear change, it takes about 15-minutes. After that, it's only about a 5-minute deal. Though this machine was made in China and uses metric fasteners, the leadscrew is a true-inch unit and not a metric unit that utilizes the change gears to get to inch threads.

The saddle and cross slide, compound rest, and the tailstock are all smooth operating and accurate in their movements. I wouldn't describe them as "like glass", but still very good. The bed, headstock and gearbox are all heavy, stable cast parts that are well machined and ground plus hardened where needed. The tool post is a nice 200-series quick-change, piston variety and comes with two toolholders, which is actually a pretty nice start. You'll buy many more, but it's nice that Grizzly included a few. The piston style tool post is not the latest technology in tool post design, but it still works great and has enough repeatable accuracy for the average home workshop or part-time machinist. I have no plans to replace mine.

The stand, though made of steel instead of being cast is a great component and is of high quality. Mine had a pretty nice finish. It is stable and up to the task. The anchor bolt holes, however, will be a little difficult to work with whether you use bolts, studs or mounting feet. There is limited clearance for a wrench, so you've only got about a 1/4th-of-a-turn or so per pull when tightening the nuts. The pull-out chip tray is easily my favorite feature of the stand. It is so much easier to clean up than without one. Foot brake is nice when you need it, but I have yet to use mine.

The DRO is almost a mandatory accessory, in my opinion. This one is very accurate and repeatable. I have learned to trust it far more than the handwheel graduations. I did adjust the precision down from millionths(!) to show only ten-thousandths. Works very good, but Grizzly needs to get someone who speaks English to re-write a true English version of the manual. Seems like it's been written in English by a Chinese editor who doesn't speak English very well.

The chucks and faceplate supplied with mine are fairly good units, though there are obviously much better available out there. You'll pay dearly for those. These Grizzly units seem pretty well made overall with good balance, little runout and decent repeatability. I took mine apart and basically rebuilt them, (which is not hard at all) because they needed a serious deburring, which kept them from feeling nice and smooth initially. All good now though.

All in all, I'd say an excellent buy at an amazing value.

Anonymous Reviewer
Good product 07/20/2018 11:22:59 AM

Machine came in good conditions. Works well. Sometimes the switching the speed gears is hard.In general it is a good piece of equipment.

Anonymous Reviewer
works as it should, well worth it! 06/14/2018 12:50:55 PM

Bought it about a month ago, use it daily in our machine shop for our company. Works great

Kenneth N
Lathe - Rock steady-- Steady rest & Coolant hose better suited to a vacuum. 04/24/2018 9:18:41 PM

I bought this lathe about two years and have nothing but praise for it. It has plenty of power for cutting and boring. Threading barrels is very easy and the results are as good as the operator.The DRO is a real plus but the instructions for the DRO are -- technical-- The lathe manual for the lathe is first rate. There is also a good collection of literature that is helpful for working on barrels, and more for general lathe, milling and machine work that I have also discovered at Grizzly.... I would give five stars if I had not run into a couple of things that just are not up to the same standard as the lathe itself. These items appear to be manufactured by a different company as the quality is just not as good as the lathe. Specifically, the steady rest is not machined well and the metal not the same as the lathe.the surfaces are not as "clean." The tapped holes to lock the steady rest roller arms stripped with the first touch of the wrench. The coolant hose is covered with a nice nickle finished housing, too bad the coupling for the housing and fittings is a poorly chosen plastic piece that barely survived the first month I could not find that piece or even a suitable replacement anywhere, not even in the very complete parts list in the manual. And the last thing is a time issue as much as anything, since. we all know that setups are the thing that kills profit in many contracts. I am complaining about the amount of time is takes to switch gears for thread pitches and feed rates. Changing gears is messy and time consuming On the bright side, I have reduced the number of setups for any particular thing we manufacture. Another plus side item, I find myself using this lathe to make prototypes and small things rather than firing up the 15 hp CNC that is supposed to meet our vast array of challenging projects. Properly setup and running this is a great lathe for one to a few items at a time. This is the most used Lathe in our shop. I changed my mind, This is an excellent lathe. The two parts mentioned before might be better suited to a vacuum. They suck..

Robert A
GO 776 lathe w/ DRO 03/01/2018 8:11:43 PM

I have used this lathe for a year or so, it is a very good product for its price. The tail stock chuck is not as good as more expensive one but you an upgrade. I am still learn, I am not a trained machinist. You should understand that the lathe is just the tip of the ice burg, you will need many tools to make items, i.e.; collet chuck, cutting tools, collets, etc.

Grizzle's technical support was very good and that is why I purchased the lathe from Grizzle.

Larry R
Great Lathe & Perfect size. 10/28/2017 11:28:58 AM

I bought this lathe because the price was right and I knew a friend that had one and was very satisfied. I've had it over a year now and it's been great, I've had no problems with it at all and the accuracy of it is dead on.

Robet H
Very nice lathe and was straight right out if the box! 06/11/2017 2:15:15 PM

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Anonymous Reviewer
06/02/2017 12:47:37 PM

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Anonymous Reviewer
05/11/2017 12:42:58 PM

I'm very happy with the new Lathe. It arrived in good order and set up was great. Nothing but quality!
Thanks again for great service.

Robert Holshouser
PR Bushwheels
" It's How You Roll"

Anonymous Reviewer
01/28/2017 2:01:41 PM

it's early yet , only a few hours on it but it still has some gear noise , manual is good but has some room for improvement [ read it twice before starting ] overall good machine for the price and features you can't beat it

Khris W
Awesome Machine 01/26/2017 12:39:45 AM

After leveling (no small feat) and running the break in procedure. Checked runnout on chuck (almost zero) and tailstock alignment, really happy with the unit. one grip, the coolant flexible nozzle leaks like a sieve, replaced it with a flexible plastic piece.

john F
01/26/2017 12:28:09 AM

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David D
01/01/2017 9:24:47 PM

Purchased Dec 15, 2016 The lathe was delivered 4 days after ordering. I was very happy with quality of crating. After getting lathe fastened to floor and leveled, ran the breakin, changed oil in gearbox. The lathe runs quiet and run out so far is very good. The manual for the DRO is not very good but a couple searches on internet answered my questions. overall very pleased with lathe.

Good Lathe for the price! 11/17/2016 11:36:52 PM

This lathe is pretty good for the price, very accurate with the DRO. I had some trouble with the coolant pump and the terminal block on the drive motor, both resolved fairly quickly by Grizzly. The only minor complaints I have are the hand dials, they're not very accurate (I checked them against the DRO and a dial indicator) and would be a problem if the DRO stopped working, and it's just a little noisier than I would like. I did run the break-in procedure, and it may quiet down a little more with time, it's not that bad, and maybe Grizzly could make a more accurate set of dials available.

DRO only displays metric measurements. 06/25/2016 10:38:04 PM

Bought this lathe less than a month ago. Pleased with the lathe , but it does not seem to display inches with the DRO (only metric) readout. That would have been important to know before buying as I would not have purchased the lathe including the DRO. Because of that I only gave it 3 stars. If someone can tell me how to display inches instead of metric I will give it 5 stars.

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