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    those start to stretch. the Walker colt and the...

    those start to stretch.
    the Walker colt and the dragoon were both prone to blowing up due to
    metal used, and probably a tiny bit of accidental over charging.

    better yet look at the S&W Schofield...
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    after cooler between pump and tank will get the...

    after cooler between pump and tank will get the most bang for your buck.
    I get buy with just the after cooler.
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    probably 12 to 10K unfortunately a a 4th axis...

    probably 12 to 10K
    unfortunately a a 4th axis doesn't really add to the selling price
    might help is sell faster but not at a higher price.

    Fadals just don't get much love any more
    even if some...
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    sounds like the old way American express made...

    sounds like the old way American express made money with travelers checks,
    they make the money off the float time,
    if they pay quick they make less money, just like paypal holds on to your money
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    a good disposable paper one would be the way to...

    a good disposable paper one would be the way to go
    when done running that job toss it along with the sharp chips.

    had a prof that one of her former students gave a disposable one
    she never...
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    Ruger does make some poly frame revolvers, same...

    Ruger does make some poly frame revolvers, same class as the j frame S&W
    only a few oz lighter then Al frame models.

    you wouldn't want a 45 colt to be very light felt recoil gets nasty
    notice...
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    just one of those time when you run as fast as...

    just one of those time when you run as fast as you can away from a job
    some things you either do it right or get as far away as possible,
    and well this appears to be one of those cases.
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    as with all studies you really need to see who is...

    as with all studies you really need to see who is funding it
    and what ax they have to grind.

    but you know breathing dust isn't good for you no matter what the source.
  9. Thread: clearances

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    and yet you still won't provide any pertinent...

    and yet you still won't provide any pertinent information.
    what action is very important, they all have their own specific set of quarks.
    Mauser bolts are readily available.
    don't know what it's...
  10. what happens is some one has something sticking...

    what happens is some one has something sticking out too far
    on the y axis and it whacks into the front sheet metal
    that breaks the seal at some point.

    so you pull that part of the cover off...
  11. The only reason a well regulated militia was...

    The only reason a well regulated militia was mentioned
    was because of the arms and tactics used at the time of writing.

    smooth bore muskets that were used with men in formation with volleys fired...
  12. so you are trying to use a -4 card in a -1...

    so you are trying to use a -4 card in a -1 machine?
    as in it still has a -1 main board ?
    don't know if that will work may need it all to be -4.

    Monday when they open call ITS and ask them if...
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    problem is when you remove the lead it doesn't...

    problem is when you remove the lead it doesn't machine as easy.
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    nah the really good ones are gold plated then you...

    nah the really good ones are gold plated then you don't have the silver allergic problem either.

    as for the original question do a search on what they are now using for brass fixture in California...
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    unfortunately when I took the barrel off and...

    unfortunately when I took the barrel off and measured it,
    bubba really did a number on it drilled ok for a liner and then had to
    bore it out even larger for about 3 inches on the chamber end.
    so...
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    the trick is to tie it down good and tight so it...

    the trick is to tie it down good and tight
    so it can't start moving.

    works for the big yellow iron that weighs way more the the chains are rate for
  17. take away the kids smart phone and internet,...

    take away the kids smart phone and internet,
    then boot the over indulgent parents in the butt.
    it's not a coincidence that school shootings started
    a few years after the use of the internet...
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    ok if it took some of the wood off as you...

    ok if it took some of the wood off as you described the original glue stuck to part of the wood
    anyway.

    but now you have a gap so Titebond is out it needs a very good fit,
    samething for the thin...
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    that was my thinking, in the direction I found...

    that was my thinking,
    in the direction I found online chamber was reamed before insertion
    do have to find a long enough liner too those old
    buffalo guns have long barrels
  20. depending on what the prints were for they could...

    depending on what the prints were for they could have been worth their weight
    in carbide to some one trying to keep something old flying.
    if they were selling the cabinets, they are long obsolete....
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    wouldn't mind having one of those mostly you see...

    wouldn't mind having one of those mostly you see them in 32 rimfire
    I will be doing it on a #1 that was in 50 cal.
    for what I want to do with it 38 55 or 32 40 is a good choice
    Remington rolling...
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    relining larger than 22 barrels

    any one here actually done a larger caliber relining job
    not sent it out but done it
    Redmans makes them in 38 55 the cal.
    I want to do but was wondering if you could glue them in
    or if you need...
  23. ok no one has said it but why not have a rigger...

    ok no one has said it but why not have a rigger do it
    2 vmc15s shouldn't take more then 4 hours if they are good.
    get a price and see if it's worth your effort and pain to do it yourself

    cost me...
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    20 C. is standard temp or about 68 F. now just...

    20 C. is standard temp or about 68 F.
    now just have to maintain standard pressure as well
  25. well the brain dead are well not so bright

    well the brain dead are well not so bright
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