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  1. #1
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    Question chamber

    your ideal for a grate chamber for rf. br.

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    The Search is your friend.

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    Ted:
    Here is a short list. I hope it helps.

    Bob
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    Interesting

    a friend is currently shooting a longer chamber that any of those listed, with good results. Mine now is .765", his is longer yet.

    Pete

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    chamber

    Kevin Nevius reamer dim's? A, B, and C plus degree angle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldman View Post
    Kevin Nevius reamer dim's? A, B, and C plus degree angle?
    A=.2252 B=.2248 C=.600 1.30*
    Evelio

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evelio View Post
    A=.2252 B=.2248 C=.600 1.30*
    Evelio
    The JGS Nevius reamer I have does not have a C dimension as it does not cut for the rim. Not sure if you have options for it from them or not. It is why I got it to experiment with engraving length's.

    Keith

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    Reamer print

    A couple years ago Kevin made his reamer print publicly available through JGS.
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  9. #9
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    I wonder how many guys realize that at least a couple of the best RF smiths would tell you the best chambers do not have a specific depth let alone what is on a reamer print ? It is barrel specific and can vary depending on degree any proximity of fouling.
    Perhaps a big reason that the good guys are, in fact, good.

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