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    Quite the contrary, the join dates for the first...

    Quite the contrary, the join dates for the first 4 answered are 2005 to 2015. These guys have been told a thousand times that this forum is flexible to the type of machinery used.
    I don't know how...
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    GGaskill, I very seldom look at this forum...

    GGaskill,
    I very seldom look at this forum anymore. But when I do, usually a couple out of the first 12 posts is someone jumping up and down on someone and belittling them because they don't own a...
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    ATT: GGaskill

    ATT: GGaskill




    Yah know.

    You try to do a few people a favor, take and post some photos of setups and answer a few questions and some nipple wrench decides he wants to be a...
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    I tried making brakes out of various types of...

    I tried making brakes out of various types of aluminum several years ago. They were certainly easier to make than steel brakes but they did not last long. Between abrasive powders and temperature...
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    Metal Supermarket does not stock 416. All they...

    Metal Supermarket does not stock 416. All they stock for stainless is 304 and 316. Both great for high pressure pig fences but not so great for guns. Its austenitic stainless so it's sort of yellow...
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    I can't see why it won't work, 4 holes X 1/2 inch...

    I can't see why it won't work, 4 holes X 1/2 inch in diameter. Same design works on tanks and guys put them on the big 50s. Besides with all those big holes its got to spew hot air almost as fast as...
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    I cheated Charles. I screwed it on with a BIGASS...

    I cheated Charles. I screwed it on with a BIGASS crescent wrench when I timed it and then polished the two together with the barrel spinner and belt sander before bead blasting. That's why I left the...
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    Can only upload 5 files at a crack. 92129

    Can only upload 5 files at a crack.

    92129
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    Goofy Looking Brake

    One of my regular customers and I have what I call, a weird relationship. Ted comes up with weird ideas and as a consequence, I make weird things for him. I put together at least a gun a year or more...
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    The lumps in the receivers that you spoke of are...

    The lumps in the receivers that you spoke of are what we call bolsters. Those bolsters allowed Perazzi to get away with those little tiny trunnions and locking bolt seats. They are the main strength...
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    Last I heard, Perazzi was cuting them out with...

    Last I heard, Perazzi was cuting them out with Eurotech Elite 5 axis CNC machines. I think they may be working from castings now as well. If so, they are probably made by Sako in Riihimaki Finland....
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    Most of the time I use regular low temp tin...

    Most of the time I use regular low temp tin solder that you buy at the hardware store. If you are careful with the flux you don't have to reblue the tang. If the flux gets on the bluing it will eat...
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    Loctite might hold for a while. I think if you...

    Loctite might hold for a while. I think if you clean it and scrape the end of the tube with a knife you will find solder on it. The reason they come loose is bad solder joints or the tube gets a...
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    Remington has a much cooler tool than that...

    Remington has a much cooler tool than that JBCGUNS. You just drop the firing pin assembly into the little jig and push the leaver forward and it locks in the shroud and compresses the mainspring....
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    You finally turned your putor back on Butch. The...

    You finally turned your putor back on Butch. The evil monster that stalks around the kitchen and hides your corn squeezings won't let you go outside and play now that its chilly I presume? he he
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    ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? I did warranty for Browning...

    ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? I did warranty for Browning for about 10 years. Never saw a loose one. I saw many that had bad solder joints and came loose but you could always see the solder on the tube. As I...
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    Yup a rotary table, as said. You don't make a...

    Yup a rotary table, as said. You don't make a full turn of the table. Making a full circle is not necessary and will only make you dizzy. As said, you off set X 1/2 the dove tail diameter less 1/2 of...
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    The tube is soldered in. Western Gun Parts would...

    The tube is soldered in. Western Gun Parts would probably have a stock. It won't be cheap. Email them for a price. Include weather its Japanese or Belgium, serial number, straight or pistol grip and...
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    The answer to a mystery is never quite as earth...

    The answer to a mystery is never quite as earth shattering as you think. Lock the rotary table to the mill table and center it to the spindle. Lock the barrel in a small machine vise and center the...
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    I have it on hold right now for keydiverfla. He...

    I have it on hold right now for keydiverfla. He said he needed a day or two to talk his wife to signing the cheque. :D
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    A lot of times the recoil in the A5 is heightened...

    A lot of times the recoil in the A5 is heightened by the fact that the gun is set up for its lightest loads and is then shot with heavy shells, to much oil on the magazine tube or that the recoil...
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    I'm to shy for reality TV Fred. Plus, every...

    I'm to shy for reality TV Fred. Plus, every second word that comes out of my mouth is a colorful metaphor. It would be one constant Bbbbbbbbeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeepppppppppppppppppppppppp.
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    I have a portable, pocket sized lathe for sale...

    I have a portable, pocket sized lathe for sale $800.00

    ADD NOTE: You still need the $10,000 tool to use in it though!
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    Mainspring Compression Tool

    To the unedumacated or non-gunsmith this may look like a couple of nuts silver soldered to a bar of keystock. But to the true connoisseur of the gunsmithing fraternity it is indeed a rare and...
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    The very clean barrels tend to shoot a bit better...

    The very clean barrels tend to shoot a bit better than the others. They tend to foul a LOT less. Most importantly the success rate with good barrels is much higher. With buzzard grade barrels about...
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