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    Bison

    My set true is a Bison 8". The backing plate for this chuck is not meant to be turned before mounting the chuck, that's why it costs what it does. My chuck is perfect, whichever way I check it it is...
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    Warner Cheek Adjuster

    It is a nice bit of kit. You can always count on Warner to make a KISS product that really works. Keep It Simple Stupid. To make a non KISS product you make mods to have all the stuff that does not...
  3. A friend bought the wrong twist in a barrel...

    A friend bought the wrong twist in a barrel (engineers always know best!) so he decided to cut off six inches just to see the velocity difference. Cut it off with a hack saw and crowned it with a...
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    As with anything it comes down to surface speeds....

    As with anything it comes down to surface speeds. 1800 on a larger wheel or 3500 on a smaller wheel to get the same surface speeds. Do you actually mean 1725 and 3450 for speeds? I had a buffer once...
  5. I use a piloted 60 from JGS. Fed by hand it will...

    I use a piloted 60 from JGS. Fed by hand it will chatter but in the lathe I go until I can just barely see some tiny chips though my optivisor. Cuts just enough to avoid burrs from cleaning etc. The...
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    Apparently WS2 is the slipperiest stuff there is....

    Apparently WS2 is the slipperiest stuff there is. I think some have gone the HBN route (like Tubb) because it is cleaner to handle while probably not as good at the job. I have checked a friends...
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    If you are using a commercially prepared bedding...

    If you are using a commercially prepared bedding it will come degassed so try not to whip it up when mixing. I should also mention for anyone that wants to get into degassing - the hose to connect...
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    Can you tell us what the model number of your...

    Can you tell us what the model number of your pump is?
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    You could always degas before applying the epoxy...

    You could always degas before applying the epoxy which is the only way that might work. When you degas epoxy it in effect boils and makes a really big mess. If you applied the bedding and stuck in...
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    Buy a piece of rail and have someone install it....

    Buy a piece of rail and have someone install it. Warner Tool makes a nice rail 7075 alu and they know how to install them as well. One stop shopping.
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    It seems these days one can get a patent on just...

    It seems these days one can get a patent on just about anything. Have you ever taped anything on your TV? Chances are you are breaking copyright laws. I know of a tool company that seems to take joy...
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    Patents are not an issue if you build it for your...

    Patents are not an issue if you build it for your own use. I have seen a SEB joy pod and it works like Butch says but you also need springs to counter balance the weight of the gun and they should be...
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    Depends a bit on what action you are doing. If it...

    Depends a bit on what action you are doing. If it is a sloppy factory action then you can pretty well spray everything and still have it work. Check the headspace and see where it's at. When I build...
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    One thing that does work and is almost free, get...

    One thing that does work and is almost free, get a tiny led that will fit down the barrel and then use your Optivisor. By moving in and out you will focus on different spots in the barrel and...
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    Robertson

    Robertson Composites was sold about five years ago. About three years ago it was put into bankruptcy by the new owners. The assets were bought by a couple in Montana but I don't think they have been...
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    For one off's you can always make what you need...

    For one off's you can always make what you need in brass. Use a pin set and a good caliper to get the size right.
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    If we consider a Barnard P a European action then...

    If we consider a Barnard P a European action then yes it does have a lot more bedding area than a Rem700.
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    Barnard P also have the option to use this type...

    Barnard P also have the option to use this type of lug either bonded to the stock or screwed to the action. Done them both ways, either way shoots great. Far more bedding area than a Remington type.
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    Like I have said before, why would you want to...

    Like I have said before, why would you want to put a big washer between the action and barrel (rem style)? When you bed the T3 attach the lug to the action with a spot of super glue and it will be...
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    I have a Hawkeye and I check every barrel I...

    I have a Hawkeye and I check every barrel I chamber. But.... I have never found anything to cause me concern. Yes you can check for copper with it and it's all very interesting looking at crappy...
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    Just placed an order with these guys, looks good....

    Just placed an order with these guys, looks good.

    Ian
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    I have a lot of experience with these being the...

    I have a lot of experience with these being the Canadian dealer for many years. If you use a Barnard bedding block you will use a cap screw which fits into the bedding block as a recoil lug (clean it...
  23. Evilio is that you?

    My first thought was you were squishing the threads in the action but the vise is on the barrel not the action. Anyway is that you?

    Ian Robertson
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    Do you mean for single loading?

    Do you mean for single loading?
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    4 Jaw

    Sometime a four jaw is the only way to go, but not for me doing barrels! I look forward to getting mine on my lathe. Being a crip I have an engine hoist to pick the bugger up and get it mounted! Have...
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