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  1. This is your second post and you gotta talk all...

    This is your second post and you gotta talk all that smack to the guy. You are a Jackass.
  2. The light ring has current limiting resistors on...

    The light ring has current limiting resistors on it already. All you need now is a 6 -12 volt DC wall wart transformer. Thats it!
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    All you need is a stainless scratch brush...the...

    All you need is a stainless scratch brush...the size and shape of a tooth brush. Black plastic handle at Harbor Freight for less than $1 to remove color. If finishing the other three sides, grind the...
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    Last detail....the case

    Last detail....the case
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    I have now shoulder fired it and I would say the...

    I have now shoulder fired it and I would say the brake works better than I expected!http://youtu.be/h67Luxp2bmc
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    Find a small fab shop with a shear and a punch...

    Find a small fab shop with a shear and a punch press or ironworker. You will make their day and they will make yours.
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    What is ARDEC?

    What is ARDEC?
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    The firing pin is a piece of .093 spring steel,...

    The firing pin is a piece of .093 spring steel, silver soldered to a brass barrel which acts as a guide within the bolt. When I first fired it (hangfire), the indentation in the primer was a dead...
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    After a problem with firing pin protrusion, went...

    After a problem with firing pin protrusion, went back out to the range and fired 7 rounds. Louder than I remember 31 years ago. Having built everything but the barrel, and doing all my own heat...
  10. I worked for a guy that did this frequently. The...

    I worked for a guy that did this frequently. The tool maker and I would drop everything to repair or modify an injection mold that was"hot". Sometimes stay way past quitting time, spend money on...
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    Keep up the good work and the pics!

    Keep up the good work and the pics!
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    Most tech schools refer to this...

    Most tech schools refer to this program(associates degree) as electro-mechanical technology. I finished the program in the mid 90s and it covered everything your looking for and then some. Well...
  13. Well, I'll post MY new build if he won't

    98 Mauser in .243 Winchester, Nikon 3 - 12 x 40 Re-stocked, re-barreled and some customization on the action
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    That's how things started out until I found this....

    That's how things started out until I found this. Much less hassle to install and I think the horizontal type looks cobbled and hacked together. This is much cleaner.
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    So, how much would you charge John?

    So, how much would you charge John?
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    Timney Safety

    Well Butch, here is the "drop in" installed, you sound skeptical, why?
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    After spending some time doing a little research,...

    After spending some time doing a little research, I think I found the best approach. Brownells offers a Timney that is all but drop in. It dropped in mine but I can see if someone went crazy honing...
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    http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/antique-machi...

    http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/antique-machinery-history/burke-1-horizontal-mill-262346/
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    And who are they?

    And who are they?
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    What kind of money are we talking about and are...

    What kind of money are we talking about and are any fixtures included?
  21. I have had great luck using nothing more than a...

    I have had great luck using nothing more than a scrap AC condenser coil and a timer on a solenoid valve to drain. If you wish, a box fan would also help.
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    Mauser 98 Safety

    Have read thru most threads and need advice on the simplest method to convert to a swing safety.
  23. Peanut butter....extra chunky

    Peanut butter....extra chunky
  24. Light Ring for Knee Mill or Drill Press

    Works great, self adhesive install, 5 brightness settings, low voltage
  25. Monday, Monday.

    Monday, Monday.
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