what rifle smith do you recommend??

Jon Smith

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#44
It is easy enough to work out, it is only the ones that can do the job properly that are still doing it.
There is only one way to do a job correctly.
Set any machine to do a job to a certain standard and it will do it and stop, no over run or short stop.
As long as the machine is set to the same details they will all do the same job.
Hogwash
 

Hornet 6

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#48
It is easy enough to work out, it is only the ones that can do the job properly that are still doing it.
There is only one way to do a job correctly.
Set any machine to do a job to a certain standard and it will do it and stop, no over run or short stop.
As long as the machine is set to the same details they will all do the same job.
Your not an engineer are are you. See the reply under yours.
But you can answer this for me, how many smiths are threading with carbide tips on a manual lathe ?

Neil.
 

AndrewT059

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#53
She’s brilliant mate thanks, out with me daily, she has loads of difficulty tracks on wounded deer under her belt( not mine) get called on by other estates sometimes to track deer aswell.

Hard work and training payed off !

atb Andrew
 

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