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    Default Decent bridgeport milling machine with w/acu-rite dro 300sc 2x g, 1-1/2hp

    DECENT AND WELL MAINTAINED BRIDGEPORT MILLING MACHINE 9" X 42" TABLE, SPINDLE TYPE R8, SPINDLE SPEEDS 60-4200RPM, QUILL DIAM 2", QUILL TRAVEL 6", TABLE TRAVEL (LONGITUDE) 24", SADDLE TRAVEL, (CROSS) 12", KNEE TRAVEL 13", THROAT CAPACITY 14", US ELECTRICAL MOTOR, MODEL 6-X005-05-169, 1 1/2HP, 3PH, 60CYCLES, FRAME 145TY-4, TYPE TVY, 230/460V, 4.4/2.2AMPS, 1730RPM , DIGITAL READ OUT, ACU-RITE, DRO 300SC 2X G, S/N 45 533 180 A
    AC 100/240V, 50/60HZ, MAX 135W, T 630MA/250V, MILLING MACHINE VISE, LOCKED TYPE, 7 3/4" ACROSS, 9" REACH, APPROX OVERALL DIMENSIONS
    60" X 59" X 82"

    Price:$45001.jpg2.jpg

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    Id recommend adding pictures of the ways, documenting how much backlash is in both axis, and if you can get a video of the head running...

    Otherwise, you are asking a whole lot for a mill with two pics that don't really show any of the important parts of the mill.

    Jon

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    On the other hand, anyone interested, that is in the area, is more likely to just go look at it and see if it meets their needs in person.

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    Where is it located?
    [email protected]

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    Where is the mill located?

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    I bought an old one with the door on the side at an auction. it was loaded with junk and one jewel, a 1911 .45 auto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    I bought an old one with the door on the side at an auction. it was loaded with junk and one jewel, a 1911 .45 auto!
    How do you register a gun that was found?

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    Overall condition of the mill is perfect and I have more pictures if needed. Everything works fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosgarage57 View Post
    Overall condition of the mill is perfect and I have more pictures if needed. Everything works fine
    You do need more pictures as others have said. You also didn't mention if it has a table drive which I suspect that it doesn't.

    To say that it is perfect condition is only relative. The paint has scratches in it so it is not perfect though if you have pictures of the ways and explain backlash etc. you might get some people more excited about it.

    Low post count, poor description, and only two pictures will not get you very far.

    Trying not to be cruel but just informing you of the realities of the crowd here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    How do you register a gun that was found?

    What did you say ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    How do you register a gun that was found?
    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    What did you say ?
    I thought Moonlight claimed to find a gun along with a mill he bought, maybe my reading comprehension sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    I thought Moonlight claimed to find a gun along with a mill he bought, maybe my reading comprehension sucks.
    Don't think you misread Moonlight. But digger doug's reply probably was meant to be read between the words. The logic may vary depending upon state, but I suspect he means: "What gun?" IS how you'd solve the question you posed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldParts View Post
    Don't think you misread Moonlight. But digger doug's reply probably was meant to be read between the words. The logic may vary depending upon state, but I suspect he means: "What gun?" IS how you'd solve the question you posed.
    I interpreted it as a precision tool accessory was also included for precision shot-peening selected targets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy2 View Post
    Low post count, poor description, and only two pictures will not get you very far.
    Ziggy nailed it... now we are discussing whether a 1911 truly was found in an old mill. IMHO and being from a state where private gun sales are legal, I would run the serial number through the local PD and then smile at having another 1911.

    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    I bought an old one with the door on the side at an auction. it was loaded with junk and one jewel, a 1911 .45 auto!
    Lucky you regarding jewel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    How do you register a gun that was found?
    I didn't find it, I bought it, it just came with a mill! What is this registration you speak of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HWElecRepair View Post
    Ziggy nailed it... now we are discussing whether a 1911 truly was found in an old mill. IMHO and being from a state where private gun sales are legal, I would run the serial number through the local PD and then smile at having another 1911.

    Jon
    Done, and it shoots real nice too! Even came with 2 loaded magazines!

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    Jealous man, hard core. My first pistol was a Taurus 1911 (ya ya, mock me all you want but it fires great and has already treated me nicely) and the next 1911 I am getting is gonna be a Kimber.

    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by HWElecRepair View Post
    J...the next 1911 I am getting is gonna be a Kimber.

    Jon
    I bought a stainless UCII last year, great EDC piece but a little "snappy" with the 3" bbl. Not as bad as my 2-1/2" K frame .357 though- that thing you better have a good grip on.

    The Kimber is slim and compact, perfect for SOB or a jacket pocket.

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    My EDC is a P226 in .40, love how heavy it is.

    Jon


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