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    Default Gunsmithing reamers

    I attended a auction and ended up with 8-10 chamber reamers obviously for center fire cartridges. The issue is the caliber is not marked on them. There are also some go-no go gages and a couple of shotgun choke reamers . Anyone have any interest in buying them? I can get some pictures and sizing if anyone is interested.

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    If you have a little one (.22 caliber) I'd be interested in buying it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibboatin28 View Post
    I attended a auction and ended up with 8-10 chamber reamers obviously for center fire cartridges. The issue is the caliber is not marked on them. There are also some go-no go gages and a couple of shotgun choke reamers . Anyone have any interest in buying them? I can get some pictures and sizing if anyone is interested.
    I dont think there are any rimfire stuff. Most of it looks like tapered cases

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    Anyone have any interest in buying them?

    Without knowing what they are, they have little value. There are so many similar cartridges that you would be crazy to use one for anything other than practice. Can you imagine using a rifle chambered in "I think it is a .300 Ackley Magnum"? Maybe if you have an optical comparator you could figure out the dimensions but that would be a lot of work.

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    Measure them up and compare them to the specs in Cartridges of the World. That's sure to ID them, unless they are some weird wildcat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven-Canada View Post
    Measure them up and compare them to the specs in Cartridges of the World. That's sure to ID them, unless they are some weird wildcat.
    Only thing worse than some whacky wildcats would be if they were all dull! ;-)

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    I didn’t know if someone would have some interest in them or not. Just thought I’d throw it out there.

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    You can go to the SAAMI website and look at the chamber drawings with dimensions. SAAMI

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    I may be interested depending on the price!
    PM sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibboatin28 View Post
    I dont think there are any rimfire stuff. Most of it looks like tapered cases
    Thanks for the reply, I'd be needing a .226 reamer.

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    I'd be interested in one as close to 308 Win as possible for practice.

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    Of course I, as like others, are interested.
    So far, I'll give you $6.
    If you want to take some measurements and include photos I could go higher.
    If I am out of line, please explain.

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