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    Do you have a link or source for that? Would be...

    Do you have a link or source for that? Would be good info to have.


    OP The feed rails on different calibers are quite different on Rem 700's. Also the well opening width, release points, and...
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    Not an answer to your question, but if the...

    Not an answer to your question, but if the insurance company is trying to jerk you around for more $$ show them this YouTube
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    I laid an imaginary one out using their work...

    I laid an imaginary one out using their work sheet and the two dimensions in question, the shank plus lug with bolt lug clearance, and the bolt nose clearance at the bottom of the counter bore, are...
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    The way I read it, the .010" is subtracted in...

    The way I read it, the .010" is subtracted in step 2, and added in step 4 to maintain the .010" clearance. I cut them between .005" and .010" depending on the intended use of the rifle. Never less...
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    If it was that bad, why didn't you send it back?

    If it was that bad, why didn't you send it back?
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    What chamber? As noted, lots of actions use 1"-16...

    What chamber? As noted, lots of actions use 1"-16 TPI. If you can determine the cartridge, check the chamber depth with a GO gauge. Could be a "deep chambered" pre-fit designed to adjust head space...
  7. Thread: Muzzle brake?

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    I am in Oakhurst CA. I am also a factory...

    I am in Oakhurst CA. I am also a factory installer for KDF. Best brake you can put on a hunting rig. If we are not close to each other, the Brown Truck comes here every day.
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    Maybe run it through a cycle or two in an...

    Maybe run it through a cycle or two in an ultrasonic cleaner. Might free it up enough to make the other suggestions work better.
    I have an LCP II and it sure is pretty tight quarters in that...
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    I have fit a few of US 1917's from them....

    I have fit a few of US 1917's from them. Criterion barrels are top notch.
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    The "Cast Bullets" publication put out a few...

    The "Cast Bullets" publication put out a few years back by the NRA, by E.H. Harrison, has tons of information on sprue plates, their use, peculiarities, materials,dimensions,etc. Most likely out of...
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    Contact a company that offers them , like B...

    Contact a company that offers them , like B Square, Williams, Forster and get a quote for a large quantity. Or go farther up the chain and find out who makes them for them.
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    I have found that they are a cut below in overall...

    I have found that they are a cut below in overall quality when compared to JGS bushings. Haven't had to reject one, just not as nice overall.
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    Maybe update your list. What is left.

    Maybe update your list. What is left.
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    Hey lkydvl, you out there??

    Hey lkydvl, you out there??
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    I'll take the Forster 284 Win gauges Go/No-Go $30

    I'll take the Forster 284 Win gauges Go/No-Go $30
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    I don't mess with the neck. Just lightly polish...

    I don't mess with the neck. Just lightly polish the body and a little shoulder. Like the other guy said, don't over think it. 50,000 + PSI repeatedly will iron it out right quick.
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    I use 320 wrapped onto a wood dowel. A quick...

    I use 320 wrapped onto a wood dowel. A quick polish while in the lathe and send it out the door! More important is the subtle chamfer or radius at the chamber mouth. Too sharp of an edge there and...
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    It will never be "new" again. It is not...

    It will never be "new" again. It is not necessarily valuable, nor collectible. However it can be made very presentable again with some new parts and a refinish. Send it to me and I will take care of...
  19. Thread: Damaged Barrel.

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    Having relined dozens of .22 rimfires, and one or...

    Having relined dozens of .22 rimfires, and one or two center fires, I have to say you guys are taking this WAY over the top. The .312 liner alone will withstand the pressure left in the barrel after...
  20. Thread: Damaged Barrel.

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    Redman liners are .312 nominal OD and made from...

    Redman liners are .312 nominal OD and made from 4140 aircraft tubing. Tough stuff. The fractured area could be stuffed with Devcon Steel for support on the inside of the new 313 hole, supposing there...
  21. Stop right there. Setup "slippage" and creep got...

    Stop right there. Setup "slippage" and creep got you. Poor tools, poor practices, poor results. Having used both Forster jig and bridgeport, and nowadays both at same time, careful setup is a must....
  22. It is a riser for a collimator. Also known as a...

    It is a riser for a collimator. Also known as a bore sighter. Use on AR 15's, Fal's etc. Clamp your bore sighter to the stud, and put spud of choice/caliber in v block.
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    Mine is 2.321" OAL, and .071" at the tip. ...

    Mine is 2.321" OAL, and .071" at the tip.

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    I have a conversion kit from the late 70's. I can...

    I have a conversion kit from the late 70's. I can measure my pin OAL and post in a little while. Does the tip of your pin appear chipped or broken? Is there a depression in the chamber edge where the...
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    Don't have dimensions, but that part is readily...

    Don't have dimensions, but that part is readily available. Don't lose the ejector! Tough to find, and pricey when you do.
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