Just the smell of chem dip makes me sick anymore. It did work good for cleaning up carbs but it’s nasty as hell.
I’m sure that’s the same one as mine It replaced a J lock set up. I believe it came from Pierce engineering it been 15 years or so.
As Danny said muzzlebrakesandmore.
That’s truly sad. I had a few barrels on order with them.
Butch Ive had a few problems with USPS as of lately as well. The packages made it but they where all late and ended up being shipped way off...
I use a gauge pin in both ends to get close then go in with a indicator and dial in off the grooves to get the throat dialed in.
I dial in where the throat will be and dial in the muzzle end. Drill .015 smaller than the body shoulder junction to a depth of .100 shy of that...
These say 1 1/4 thread length....
Dusty you could try these guys. https://workholdingcomponents.mortonmachine.com/category/thumb-screws-standard-thumb-screws
I'm probably wrong but I always thought it stood for radiusing.
I've got them from GTR a few times. Easier than dealing with PTG for me.
And these are the people that vote for are leaderso_O
Your looking at some fine components. Maybe look at the BRMXD from Borden. I like both my 6SLR rifles. Both shoot as good as you could hope.
I believe on that one it has to be shimmed to correct any nod the head may have to the table.
A Noga flex arm and a back plunger indacator is all you really need to tram in your mill head and vice. I'd spend the money on cutting tooling and...
Congrats on your new tool. Mills are pretty handy
If you can I'd buy as big as you can. Once you have one you'll wonder how you did with out it. Just a FYI the mill is the cheep part the tooling...
I've had a old coyote jakes steel bench that I made a different top for that been great. To bad there not made any longer. I also have a D.O.A...
Jerry good catch had a brain fart. I was heading out the door for a work call out and not thinking.
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