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

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    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.
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    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
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    yep on the coast

    yep on the coast
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    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.
  5. Thread: Rail Guns

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

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

    Hi Jerry
    They're solid carbide here. JGS and a couple from the UK.
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    You're welcome

    You're welcome
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    I was referring to neck clearance not barrel...

    I was referring to neck clearance not barrel torque.
  18. Thread: 6mm mcr

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    All the 30 American brass had/has small flash...

    All the 30 American brass had/has small flash holes. If I remember correctly we had a prototype run done initially with no head stamp or flash hole to test flash hole size. It wasn't many pieces. ...
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    That's not been my experience because it's...

    That's not been my experience because it's difficult to do correctly. It's like barrel threads. A little loose doesn't hurt a thing but a little tight can cause problems. I like .002" total in my...
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    I run mine at 300 RPMs with oil in a chamber...

    I run mine at 300 RPMs with oil in a chamber that's been roughed out with a caliber specific core drill. I can feel it starting to get dull after several hundred chambers but it still cuts clean for...
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    Admiring my posterior are we?

    Admiring my posterior are we?
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    I err on the side of a little more clearance...

    I err on the side of a little more clearance rather than less. As much as we like to think all custom actions are perfect and in alignment but some aren't. So I want a little wiggle room and some...
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    I've had the best luck running the brass points...

    I've had the best luck running the brass points on the threads. Always felt the alignment was better. Once the tenon and threads are cut between centers there is no load on the brass points.
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    I have to ask why do you need an indicating mic?...

    I have to ask why do you need an indicating mic? It's very easy to determine the diameter in which to core seat bullets.
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    Cheapest out there. Amazon has about the best...

    Cheapest out there. Amazon has about the best search function out there.
    When I was making bullets I used a cheap tenth mic dedicated just for bullet making. I would core seat until they just came...
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