Search:

Type: Posts; User: Dave Tooley; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    32
    Views
    3,120

    It could be as simple as more force is needed. Or...

    It could be as simple as more force is needed. Or the absolute worst case the threads are galled and will require the removal of the action, barrel cut off and the tenon bored out of the action. Then...
  2. Replies
    24
    Views
    3,360

    AL When talking to guys about what we do I have...

    AL
    When talking to guys about what we do I have a few key words that convey what's important.
    Parallel
    Perpendicular
    Concentric
    Stress free
    Which means every part has it's own natural resting...
  3. Replies
    24
    Views
    3,360

    Al, Sometime early on I started taping up the...

    Al,
    Sometime early on I started taping up the sides of the sleeve to facilitate removal of the barreled action. When I trimmed the bottom edge I would do it with the blade angling up which left a...
  4. Replies
    14
    Views
    2,596

    I've had an FFL since the early 80's. I always...

    I've had an FFL since the early 80's. I always had a good relationship with the ATF. I think starting with a good attitude when they stop by goes a long way. They are in the compliance business....
  5. Replies
    14
    Views
    2,596

    Al It would only be for the mfg if you returned...

    Al
    It would only be for the mfg if you returned it to them after the work was completed and then was distributed under the mfg's umbrella. I do work for a major company, actually several. Stuff...
  6. Replies
    14
    Views
    2,596

    It's part of the definition of manufacturing. Not...

    It's part of the definition of manufacturing. Not gunsmithing
  7. Replies
    24
    Views
    3,360

    It's a Davidson sleeve. I used many of them when...

    It's a Davidson sleeve. I used many of them when we first started shooting 1K. BAT wasn't a common name back then.
  8. Replies
    22
    Views
    8,072

    Looking forward to meeting you.

    Looking forward to meeting you.
  9. Replies
    16
    Views
    3,352

    Nez Check to make sure nothing is hitting the...

    Nez
    Check to make sure nothing is hitting the bedding. Trigger parts, pins etc. Often I have a surprise and I usually find something hitting the bedding.
  10. Replies
    4
    Views
    1,935

    I don't think there would be a problem...

    I don't think there would be a problem
    https://www.alro.com/divsteel/metals_gridpt.aspx?gp=0011
  11. Replies
    12
    Views
    2,082

    yep on the coast

    yep on the coast
  12. Replies
    34
    Views
    12,932

    reference post #1 I use a Kool Mist system with...

    reference post #1
    I use a Kool Mist system with formula 77 additive. Works well on most jobs on a mill. Not much mess unless you're fluting barrels all day.
  13. Thread: Rail Guns

    by Dave Tooley
    Replies
    12
    Views
    2,114

    ^^^^^^^^

    ^^^^^^^^
  14. Replies
    32
    Views
    8,014

    I'm pretty sure the threaded inserts in Kelbly...

    I'm pretty sure the threaded inserts in Kelbly actions are CM. Kind of negates the need for anti seize. Once I started making my threads a little on the loose side I never had another problem with SS...
  15. Replies
    36
    Views
    9,743

    See post #22 for a pic of what back off looks...

    See post #22 for a pic of what back off looks like.

    http://benchrest.com/showthread.php?104072-Carbide-reamers/page2
  16. Replies
    198
    Views
    59,130

    Imagine that. A colorful Don G. I miss the days...

    Imagine that. A colorful Don G.
    I miss the days of shooting in Knoxville at the Dogwood and Record Trials. Good good times.
  17. Replies
    28
    Views
    8,712

    Here's a pic of a 308 carbide reamer that has...

    Here's a pic of a 308 carbide reamer that has done over 300 chambers. All the edges are breaking down. You can see the end of the neck and then the leade. I've been keeping an eye on the finish of...
  18. Replies
    28
    Views
    8,712

    Carbide reamer You decide which one will cut the...

    Carbide reamer You decide which one will cut the smoothest chamber. I'll post another pic of a 308 carbide reamer that has done over 300 chambers.
    24780
  19. Replies
    28
    Views
    8,712

    HSS reamer. Note the ridges on the top line. They...

    HSS reamer. Note the ridges on the top line. They are an indicator of the height variation of the cutting edge.24779
  20. Replies
    28
    Views
    8,712

    For all practical purposes we can ignore the...

    For all practical purposes we can ignore the finish on the body, shoulder, neck and freebore. They are background noise in this discussion. Having used carbide reamers for 5 years now I can tell you...
  21. Replies
    28
    Views
    8,712

    I respectfully disagree. Having cut maybe several...

    I respectfully disagree. Having cut maybe several thousand chambers with carbide and probably 5K+ with HSS there is really no comparison between HS and the carbide reamers ground for the custom...
  22. Replies
    28
    Views
    8,712

    Al It is a bit far fetched but. I've done work...

    Al
    It is a bit far fetched but. I've done work for with several manufactures and the grind they put on production reamers makes them cut like the cement carbide inserts we use. There's more than one...
  23. Replies
    28
    Views
    8,712

    Hi Jerry They're solid carbide here. JGS and a...

    Hi Jerry
    They're solid carbide here. JGS and a couple from the UK.
  24. Replies
    33
    Views
    8,701

    You're welcome

    You're welcome
  25. Replies
    33
    Views
    8,701

    I was referring to neck clearance not barrel...

    I was referring to neck clearance not barrel torque.
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4