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    Sticky: I was right the first time. Clair Taylor is my...

    I was right the first time. Clair Taylor is my final answer!
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    Sticky: Misread your post! I think Don Robbins was in the...

    Misread your post! I think Don Robbins was in the middle and Clair Taylor was on the right.
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    Sticky: Lee, The second picture was Clair Taylor.

    Lee,
    The second picture was Clair Taylor.
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    Lee Tony Hidalgo use to make and sell a stool...

    Lee

    Tony Hidalgo use to make and sell a stool identical to yours. When I got mine he was living in Davies,Fla.
    Not sure but I don't think he's with us any more.
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    After proof reading my post I forgot to mention...

    After proof reading my post I forgot to mention you also had to remove .025 off the end of the barrel for the sako conversion. It's been a slow afternoon!
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    We are not talking grinding tolerance here....

    We are not talking grinding tolerance here. Unless someone has butchered up the bolt nose,besides cleaning up the back sides of the lugs,the dimensions should be .705 ID and .155 depth on barrel...
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    I think you will find that prep is as important...

    I think you will find that prep is as important as glue,maybe more so. After bead blasting and degreasing I glue right away, not the next day. Oxidization starts to take place right away whether you...
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    Jerry, I believe you will find that there was...

    Jerry,
    I believe you will find that there was or is a big difference between "colchester clausing" and "atlas clausing". At one time I owned a 10" atlas clausing that was made in Ottumwa, Iowa....
  9. A while back a barrel maker, I think it was...

    A while back a barrel maker, I think it was "black star", came out with a new stainless alloy that was supposed to be superior to 416. You don't hear about it anymore. To all
  10. A gunsmith that does bluing. If he is a GOOD...

    A gunsmith that does bluing. If he is a GOOD gunsmith he will be able to keep the angles nice and sharp.
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    Just a thought but could this be a "gray market"...

    Just a thought but could this be a "gray market" product? Sometime ago when I was in to photography you could buy equipment outside the U.S. that lacked the U.S.A. warranty at a considerable savings....
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    Don't forget the Sheldon lathes. These machines...

    Don't forget the Sheldon lathes. These machines were second to none.
  13. They tell me that the late Tom Gillman...

    They tell me that the late Tom Gillman occasionally carried his gun around by the scope. I certainly wouldn't recommend it but I guess it never hurt him any!
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    This is an early J and as I stated earlier there...

    This is an early J and as I stated earlier there are no stacked screws or set screws. It turns out that the firing pin is threaded in to the cocking piece and that is it! The serial number is J0118.
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    Glenn Harrison called me this morning and gave me...

    Glenn Harrison called me this morning and gave me the same advice. I suggested locktite and like you he said I didn't need it. The original spring was a little over 15 lbs. which is why I am...
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    I did an they were of no help!

    I did an they were of no help!
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    No there is not. I called "Defiance" today hoping...

    No there is not. I called "Defiance" today hoping Glenn Harrison could shed some light on things and he either could not or would not! It appears as though the firing pin is threaded in to the...
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    Should have mentioned that the shroud is the...

    Should have mentioned that the shroud is the Remington style..
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    Nesika question

    I have an early model J that needs a new firing pin spring. Unlike a Remington there is no cross pin through the cocking piece. Am I right to assume that the firing pin is threaded in to the cocking...
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    Butch, PRECISION RIFLEMAN. Sorry!

    Butch,
    PRECISION RIFLEMAN. Sorry!
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    Just an observation

    I just received my Jan. issue of Precision Shooting and noticed all of the top competitors in the WBC matches used N133. I found it odd that there was no one using some of the less temperature...
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    I don't know about score but I would think that...

    I don't know about score but I would think that offset rings would unnecessarlily complicate group shooting.
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    725's were a dressed up version of the 721's an...

    725's were a dressed up version of the 721's an 722's. The 725 was actually Wayne Leek's brain storm. They were made to compete with the Win. 70 which of course they never did. They came out in 1958...
  24. Some time ago I had a couple of custom vari-x...

    Some time ago I had a couple of custom vari-x base dies. Regardless of the size I used I could never find the right size for long. After talking to Kent Harshman, he suggested I obtain a...
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    A few more 722 tidbits. Those barrels were button...

    A few more 722 tidbits. Those barrels were button rifled. I believe they started hammer forging in around 1967. Also there were two different weight 26" barrels on the early models. The last of the...
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