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Thread: RS 1/4 in Hex Quickset, Minor Torque Driver, 20 → 120Ncm

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    RS 1/4 in Hex Quickset, Minor Torque Driver, 20 → 120Ncm

    Quickset Driver


    • Calibrated 'micrometer' style vernier scales
    • Torque value easily set using the ribbed adjusting collar
    • Precision radial ball clutch and cam design
    • Bi-directional mechanism signals when set torque has been achieved

    RS component picture , spec and details HERE
    as NEW in box with instructions 75 posted - These are 140 new
    Last edited by sidesy; 22-02-2015 at 07:46.
    Rapid 7 S .22 10-22 S + B 6 x 42 Stiller Predator full custom.204 NSX 5.5-22x56 Tikka T3 semi custom .204 Remy PSS .223 NSX 12-42 Remy Var.243 MTC Viper - Beretta 692 adjustable 30" Winchester Red-Performance SX3 12g

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    I see this driver measures in newton centimetres (Ncm) rather than newton meters (Nm). As such its not really of any use in gunsmithing, were you aware of that?

    120Ncm = only 1.2Nm which is less than is needed for even the top screws on scope rings and would be no good for ring to base or stock bolts etc. Please forgive me for butting in on your sale but it might save everyone a lot of hassle and I think it only fair to point out that this is a very specialist torque driver that has no use to a shooter, you need a driver that reads in newton meters (Nm) and typically in the 0Nm-50Nm range.
    Last edited by E. Fudd; 18-02-2015 at 22:06.

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    i'll report to the headmasters office immediately. Thanks for your input. A PM would have been sufficient.

    PS i hope you get that pesky wabbit
    Rapid 7 S .22 10-22 S + B 6 x 42 Stiller Predator full custom.204 NSX 5.5-22x56 Tikka T3 semi custom .204 Remy PSS .223 NSX 12-42 Remy Var.243 MTC Viper - Beretta 692 adjustable 30" Winchester Red-Performance SX3 12g

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. Fudd View Post
    I see this driver measures in newton centimetres (Ncm) rather than newton meters (Nm). As such its not really of any use in gunsmithing, were you aware of that?

    120Ncm = only 1.2Nm which is less than is needed for even the top screws on scope rings and would be no good for ring to base or stock bolts etc. Please forgive me for butting in on your sale but it might save everyone a lot of hassle and I think it only fair to point out that this is a very specialist torque driver that has no use to a shooter, you need a driver that reads in newton meters (Nm) and typically in the 0Nm-50Nm range.
    Thanks for the heads up.

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