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Thread: Help find chambering reamer

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    Help find chambering reamer

    Looking for 300wsm chambering reamer for a rebarreling job on one my rifles . cheers Danny

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    Try Brownells in America they have a big range at reasonable prices. Thats where I get all of mine. (those I don't make myself that is)

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    Thanks hybridfiat will have a look at Brownells site. cheers Danny

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    Quote Originally Posted by westrawdanny View Post
    Looking for 300wsm chambering reamer for a rebarreling job on one my rifles . cheers Danny
    Brownells stock a limited supply of Clymer and Manson, you need to look at Pacific Tool and gauge, they have 8000+ reamers in their inventory and all other ancillary tools such as headspace gauges and ranging rods as well as a host of chambering tools, bolts, bolt bodies, bottom metal and lots of other interesting stuff.

    http://www.pacifictoolandgauge.com/

    Ian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitebeard View Post
    Brownells stock a limited supply of Clymer and Manson, you need to look at Pacific Tool and gauge, they have 8000+ reamers in their inventory and all other ancillary tools such as headspace gauges and ranging rods as well as a host of chambering tools, bolts, bolt bodies, bottom metal and lots of other interesting stuff.

    http://www.pacifictoolandgauge.com/

    Ian.
    PTG. ~Muir

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    Hi danny , I have the 300 wsm reamer and go/no go gauges . no upcoming jobs for that chambering at this time, give me a call ,they are here if you need them . Respectfully Mike Norris Brock and Norris Custom Rifles. tel . no. 01948 841021.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brock and norris View Post
    Hi danny , I have the 300 wsm reamer and go/no go gauges . no upcoming jobs for that chambering at this time, give me a call ,they are here if you need them . Respectfully Mike Norris Brock and Norris Custom Rifles. tel . no. 01948 841021.
    Thanks Mike I will give you a call when I get things sorted in a week or two. cheers Danny

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