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  1. Thread: Uh oh?

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    Knew they only made one size, but was curious...

    Knew they only made one size, but was curious what steps he did in the modification. Built a 28 nosler from a t3 this spring. Very happy with tikka setups. Trigger ainít bad
  2. Thread: Uh oh?

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    Smell of oil???? Did someone leave oil or a patch...

    Smell of oil???? Did someone leave oil or a patch piece in there and increase psi???

    I might have missed it, but was the barreled action modified after the factory or stock? How did he modify bolt...
  3. Thread: cool font?

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    Do I sense our relationship is slowly being...

    Do I sense our relationship is slowly being repaired??? Maybe butch can be next.....
  4. Thread: cool font?

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    Since you hold my opinion in such high regard,...

    Since you hold my opinion in such high regard, Iíll give it. Not a fan. Iíve used these and like them...
    Monotype corsiva is my go to fancy font.
  5. I built a rifle to for a memorial raffle and...

    I built a rifle to for a memorial raffle and Krieger barrels treated us amazingly! Couldnít believe the treatment and hold them in the highest esteem. Great company!
  6. Thread: Action trued

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    Just me, but .010Ē is a lot to take off....

    Just me, but .010Ē is a lot to take off. Generally, I take of enough to make it uniform and call it good. Normally that is <.005Ē combined for the lugs and abatements. If you have to remove more,...
  7. Thread: Action trued

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    Are the corners (all your 90s) of the bolt lugs...

    Are the corners (all your 90s) of the bolt lugs polished?
  8. A fixed stop has worked for me by setting it...

    A fixed stop has worked for me by setting it after taking out the last couple thou. Tighten collar on before removing reamer.

    When resetting the tailstock, I leave the tailstock loose then dial...
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    How is it way to hot?? People use 3000f to anneal...

    How is it way to hot?? People use 3000f to anneal for a set amount of time. If only dipping the necks for 5-8 seconds, you arenít over annealing. Temp (500c) is transferred thru the neck almost...
  10. Thread: New build

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    Looking forward to seeing the groups

    Looking forward to seeing the groups
  11. I bored them close with a carbide boring bar,...

    I bored them close with a carbide boring bar, then stuck the reamer in to finish.
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    Come on! It was a little funny. [tough...

    Come on! It was a little funny. [tough crowd].....
    AMP is missing something with their testing. Iíll figure out the math for how many seconds it should take for brass to absorb the 500c and anneal...
  13. Bought some collars on eBay with Allen head set...

    Bought some collars on eBay with Allen head set screw and put those on reamers when I want to build multiple barrels. $5 for 10. Cheap way if ya donít have the money to buy a this
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    AMP was right! Today I was so bored, I decided to...

    AMP was right! Today I was so bored, I decided to see if the heat from molten salt was actually heat. I stuck my finger in and it didnít even burn! No wonder AMP said it couldnít anneal brass.
    ...
  15. I read your sacrilege :) It doesnít make sense...

    I read your sacrilege :)

    It doesnít make sense that heating brass to 800f doesnít anneal, salt or not. Every metallurgy table for annealing calls for 800f ish. I have had good results in the press...
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    Interesting ďstudyĒ. I wonít mention any bias,...

    Interesting ďstudyĒ. I wonít mention any bias, however, temperature is temperature is temperature. Brass needs 800f to be annealed and the salt bath gets it to that temperature. I canít speak to...
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    I also know everything, but feel I should respond...

    I also know everything, but feel I should respond ..... letting everyone know that I already know what they are telling me .... ;)
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    Depends on the insert, but they leave the best...

    Depends on the insert, but they leave the best finishes fast and deeper cuts. 780rpm is my usual, but really like 1000+ if Iím not too lazy to switch the pulley. Depth is generally .020-.050. Feed is...
  19. Thread: Annealers

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    Bill, It will be easy for you to see the logic....

    Bill,
    It will be easy for you to see the logic. Many have done it one way for so long, they donít want to change. Thatís fine, but to ignore logic makes no sense to me. Good luck and try a few ways...
  20. Thread: Annealers

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    Iím not saying you CANNOT put a torch to your...

    Iím not saying you CANNOT put a torch to your brass in a dark room, anymore than I would say you CANNOT ride a bike to work.

    Logic dictates, the closer you are to the annealing temperature, the...
  21. Thread: Annealers

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    It is pretty cheap to get going in annealing with...

    It is pretty cheap to get going in annealing with the salt bath. Nothing cosmic required. Try it and youíll see how easy, accurate and quick. I only do 50-100 at a time, so your mileage may vary.
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  22. Thread: My Spidah

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    I wish I could get my lathe to run zero on...

    I wish I could get my lathe to run zero on anything :)
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    Is that noticeable to the eye? My carbide leaves...

    Is that noticeable to the eye? My carbide leaves a better finish to my eye, but I havenít looked at it under a microscope
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    Funny how different we all are. I have found...

    Funny how different we all are. I have found carbide with fast deep cuts makes the best finishes. Carbide can make spectacular finishes also.
    Curious what you meant by ďfar finer grainĒ??
  25. Thread: Annealers

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    You can claim that, because it is true. A 3500f...

    You can claim that, because it is true. A 3500f flame against the neck v a bath of 800f? The window of annealing is much smaller with the flame. If I forget Iím annealing necks in 800f and go have a...
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