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It seems the discussion about pins or rivets is an old one, though I never saw a conclusion posted. The bottom line answer is that there are some pins which slide out, and the pin that joins the trigger to the disconnector has a pin in it that has an internal shoulder cut, so after it is in, there i...
- 15 Feb 2015, 07:46
- Forum: Factory Loaded Ammunition
- Topic: Tungsten cored bullets
- Replies: 79
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I looked at making tungsten cored bullets a few years back for competitive shooting, but the cost was high, like $4 per bullet, plus it is not easy to work tungsten. Stuff does not machine easily, and the melt point is high enough that it does not cast well. The way most do it is to take tungsten po...
- 02 Dec 2013, 04:48
- Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
- Topic: Timney trigger or Geissele Super Scar for the 17 S?
- Replies: 9
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There is no discount that is expiring for the ShootingSight trigger. My ongoing policy is a 20% discount on one SCAR trigger for vet/mil/pd/fd.
I have the carbon scraper if you want to borrow it for measurements or to cast a mold. No way is that plus the wrench worth the $400 (or more) than some ask (and some get!) for the SCAR operators and cleaning kits. We had looked at reproducing the scraper a while back but moved on to other testing ...
Beecher, What kind of edm work do you do? On a parallel forum, some members asked me about making a SCAR carbon scraping tool. The original looks like a plate that could be water or laser or edm cut, the boring tool is bar stock that was originally round bar, looks like they did a poor job designing...