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    Absolutely!

    Absolutely!
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    I take that back. I had a .030" chamfer on the...

    I take that back. I had a .030" chamfer on the front of this gauge and I didn't program any tool nose compensation. I just flipped the gauge around so the "head" side went in first and measured the...
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    Honestly, my gauge wasn't accurate enough.

    Honestly, my gauge wasn't accurate enough.
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    OK, I made a quick [approx] .200” datum gauge. I...

    OK, I made a quick [approx] .200” datum gauge. I pulled two barrels from my barreled actions. I measured HS, the approx midway body point and the approx .200 point. The gauges don’t sit perfect in...
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    I think you’ve got the wrong person.

    I think you’ve got the wrong person.
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    I had a few minutes today so I made some “pin...

    I had a few minutes today so I made some “pin gauges” that should match a datum point at about the halfway point on the body of a 6 or 6.5 Creedmoor chamber. The first one I made got swallowed by a...
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    I am not calling anyone stupid. You are implying...

    I am not calling anyone stupid. You are implying that a chamber cut on a CNC machine produces less consistent chambers than one cut on a manual machine. I am trying to understand the logic behind...
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    Can you explain why a chamber done on a CNC would...

    Can you explain why a chamber done on a CNC would be inherently harder to make "identical" chambers than it would on a manual machine?

    My prebore diameter, taper and length is identical between...
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    You can compare tapered chambers better than two...

    You can compare tapered chambers better than two tenths with a pin gauge?
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    Yes, I can “time” a barrel. I do it all the time,...

    Yes, I can “time” a barrel. I do it all the time, no pun intended.
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    Because I do not have the ability to qualify...

    Because I do not have the ability to qualify finished chamber dimensions to the tenth, I’d never guarantee that dimensional accuracy. But yes, I have no doubt die settings would be the same.
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    If the reamer is already in a holder and “touched...

    If the reamer is already in a holder and “touched off”, yes. Once the barrel is dialed in, tenon is machines and threads fit, it takes about 3 minutes to pre-bore, machine a counterbore, pre-bore the...
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    Huh?

    Huh?
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    In the CNC world, it would save maybe 2 to 2-1/2...

    In the CNC world, it would save maybe 2 to 2-1/2 minutes over a full chamber and bolt nose counterbore.
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    In my yute, when in urban environments, we used...

    In my yute, when in urban environments, we used to take left over Hilti epoxy (something like HY200?) and glue quarter to sidewalks for entertainment....

    I’d bet there’s still several odd epoxied...
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    I agree. Discussions aren’t much fun, nor...

    I agree. Discussions aren’t much fun, nor educational, if they are held in a echo chamber.

    I may be guilty of asking people (that I may agree with) why they do something a certain way, just to see...
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    I did ask questions and I did ask for the...

    I did ask questions and I did ask for the uninterrupted video. It had nothing to do with the “Gordy method” though. I think you assumed I had a problem with it, which I never said I did. I actually...
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    I’ve no idea how the maker is aligning the two...

    I’ve no idea how the maker is aligning the two parts, I am expecting it is more than a threaded joint.

    And to be completely fair, the maker didn’t come here marking claims, he was pretty much...
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    Maybe it's just the way you wright, but you...

    Maybe it's just the way you wright, but you always come off as people are doubting, challenging or arguing with you. I honestly didn't see that in this thread. If it was here, it wasn't from me.
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    Anyone think it will take more that threads...

    Anyone think it will take more that threads centering the two pieces to maintain the required alignment? True, the opposing 60* threads are pretty good at centering, but I think there is still room...
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    Ain’t skeered...23459

    Ain’t skeered...23459
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    This is awesome. I love seeing this.

    This is awesome. I love seeing this.
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    I remember hearing about this, or possibly seeing...

    I remember hearing about this, or possibly seeing the thread. I'd love to see the information again.
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    I don’t have the reamer following the...

    I don’t have the reamer following the lands/grooves for several inches either.

    And regarding the first inch or two of the barrel being the straightest, first, you are certainly in the lapping...
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