I finally got the time to post my pics and do somewhat of a tutorial. I just shaved off a bit from the bolt shaft and cut out a Low-Blow styled slit from the bottom lip.
I am not responsible if you mess up your bolt doing this. Just know that this is my experiment with the stock bolt.
I posted pictures with the original ACB Low-Blow Bolt for comparative purposes.
Time Needed: 30-45 minutes with proper equipment
-Dremel Abrasive Stone
-Dremel Cut Off Wheel
-Exacto Knife Set (Optional)
First here I decided to simply use a cut off wheel and dremel a slit aligned straight from the bolt opening. I then decided to use an Exacto knife to carefully slit layers away. I'm just better using a blade than using a Dremel. Make sure it's smooth and proportionate.
Shaving the Shaft
In this part I used the cut off wheel to shave the larger pieces of the shaft. I switched of to the abrasive stone using mid-speed and slowly smoothed it out. You can sand this part down as far as you like but I would recommend you stick to simply taking only a small amount off to keep bolt integrity.
Should look like this when done. What do you think?