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    great bedding job



    probably the best bedding job I've seen to date.

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    who did that ,i want to do mine so have been spending abit of time watching different vids. looks really nice, atbwayne

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    Loooovly looking job, so go on then do tell who is the surgeon?

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    Just because it looks pretty doesn't mean it's good
    Test over a indicator for movement tells if it's good or not
    I seen some real nice looking ones that won't shoot due to being stressed to hell

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    hey,

    yes, magnum sports, not my rifle, just found it doing research and thought it looked like a beautiful job. Taylor, you're right, doesn't mean it's stress free, but one would hope so!

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    Without wishing to sound aloof, it looks pretty normal,,,,certainly what id expect to see when I released an action from one of my ministrations..

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    Mostly customers look for a shiny surface. Shiny surface means lower content of fillers which in turn means lower stiffness and lower compression strength.
    I prefer the mat surface of a highly filled epoxy resin. I blend my own and have the advantage to be able to adjust viscosity as well as adding short fibres whichactually add strenth & stiffness immensly.
    edi

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejg View Post
    Mostly customers look for a shiny surface. Shiny surface means lower content of fillers which in turn means lower stiffness and lower compression strength.
    I prefer the mat surface of a highly filled epoxy resin. I blend my own and have the advantage to be able to adjust viscosity as well as adding short fibres whichactually add strenth & stiffness immensly.
    edi
    the surface finish of a bidding job is affected by more variables than the bedding compound.....

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