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    inletting a stock part 2....DROP PORT

    so this is a 6mm dasher drop port, borden brmxd .
    so how big is the outlet in the bottom of the stock ?
    just copy the action port
    bigger than the port, how so ?
    smaller than the action port ??

    yes it is bedded..finally at last!!!

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    Talking Here are two views of one which works great . . .

    For Stiller Diamondback Drop Port. An example of one type - the exit is just a round hole. RG
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    i found pics of funnels...NONE IN STOCK
    and cut based on the internal shape of those funnels
    my action now drops a dasher case out the bottom.
    some clean up and cosmetic work to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    i found pics of funnels...NONE IN STOCK
    and cut based on the internal shape of those funnels
    my action now drops a dasher case out the bottom.
    some clean up and cosmetic work to do.
    I ran into the same thing recently doing one for myself. The worst part is, I've got a spare here but couldn't put my hands on it. It makes the job much easier but it's not a necessity. I sloped the back side down but the front(toward bbl) is pretty much straight down with a 5/8" hole. I made a little bezel and blended it in with epoxy as best I could. Kinda hard to work sandpaper in that hole but it works fine. I'll try a pic in a minute and see if I can get it posted. It didn't have to be quite that big but it looks fine to me.

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    yes i started with 1/2" and then opened a little.
    after live fire testing will seal it all.
    Quote Originally Posted by mwezell View Post
    I ran into the same thing recently doing one for myself. The worst part is, I've got a spare here but couldn't put my hands on it. It makes the job much easier but it's not a necessity. I sloped the back side down but the front(toward bbl) is pretty much straight down with a 5/8" hole. I made a little bezel and blended it in with epoxy as best I could. Kinda hard to work sandpaper in that hole but it works fine. I'll try a pic in a minute and see if I can get it posted. It didn't have to be quite that big but it looks fine to me.

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    Here's that pic I forgot to post.

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    so in real life i had a couple of case not drop, the case mouth would hit/ding the stock foam just enough to stop it.
    soo i made a kick plate. .032 al sheet rolled to just over 1/2 id and removed a little stock foam, stuck it in place and cycled some brass...100% drop.
    think i will glue in place and see what happens

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    so in real life i had a couple of case not drop, the case mouth would hit/ding the stock foam just enough to stop it.
    soo i made a kick plate. .032 al sheet rolled to just over 1/2 id and removed a little stock foam, stuck it in place and cycled some brass...100% drop.
    think i will glue in place and see what happens
    Your photos are clear as mud.

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    i have no idea what is going on, but i can no longer post pic....the manage attachments button does nothing....others have posted a different screen than i get...no clue

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    i have no idea what is going on, but i can no longer post pic....the manage attachments button does nothing....others have posted a different screen than i get...no clue
    I'm not very computer savvy at all but I'd say it's your browser causing your trouble. Consult a 10 year old. Better than me trying to fix it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwezell View Post
    I'm not very computer savvy at all but I'd say it's your browser causing your trouble. Consult a 10 year old. Better than me trying to fix it.
    The problem is that 10-year olds no longer know how to use computers. Unless there's an app for it on their phone, you're out of luck.

    GsT

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneT View Post
    The problem is that 10-year olds no longer know how to use computers. Unless there's an app for it on their phone, you're out of luck.

    GsT
    Lol! Yep, that sounds about right!

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    so i tried another browser...it would not let me log in ...wtf ???

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    Just make sure it will eject a still loaded round.
    That bullet out there can be annoying at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brickeyee View Post
    Just make sure it will eject a still loaded round.
    That bullet out there can be annoying at times.
    None of the drop ports that I've seen, including my Viper and a buddies Borden, will drop a loaded round. The cutout in the action is just long enough for the empty case.

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