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Thread: Chambering: indicate bore before threading and/or before reamer?

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    Cool A thought

    Have seen emery used beetwen barrel and jaws billb

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    Quote Originally Posted by blankiya View Post
    I have always indicated once in a 4 jaw then threaded and ran the reamer. Has anyone had a barrel move on them between those steps?
    No, but why are you asking? I've seen it move the bore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butch Lambert View Post
    No, but why are you asking? I've seen it move the bore.
    Butch this guy's some sort of bot ...... he's just copied some of the OP and stuffed some spammage in the middle (the part you took out)

    There are several of them on the board right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butch Lambert View Post
    No, but why are you asking? I've seen it move the bore.
    Can you elaborate Butch? Do you mean the clamping pressure moving the bore, or something else?

    GsT

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneT View Post
    Can you elaborate Butch? Do you mean the clamping pressure moving the bore, or something else?

    GsT
    Gene, I've seen guys chambering in the headstock put a slight bend in the barrel tightening the jaws on a 4 jaw chuck. This is the reason that a lot of people are holding the chuck side with other methods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butch Lambert View Post
    Gene, I've seen guys chambering in the headstock put a slight bend in the barrel tightening the jaws on a 4 jaw chuck. This is the reason that a lot of people are holding the chuck side with other methods.
    Gotcha. Thanks for the response.

    GsT

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