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Let's see all the Target/Sniper bolt-actions

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by ez bake, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. 338Shooter

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    It took a long time to make. I had loaned out my 5/8-24 tap and had to single point thread it. It sucked!
     
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    Come on now Dustin, single point or tread hob is the only way to cut threads. It wouldn't hurt my feelings if I never saw another tap in my life LOL

    Anyway this is the only tacticool looking bolt gun I have. Nothing special just a M700 on a BC stock.
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    Not thread protectors.

    And using a thread mill is the only way to cut threads in some parts.
     
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    What's the deal with a thread protector that makes it hard to thread???
    As for taps, I ain't met one I couldn't break yet lol
    Back when I was running mills I think I spent half my day burning taps out of holes :hithead:
     
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    It just takes longer. There is no reason to spend the time to single point a thread protector when you have a tap for it. If you're breaking taps, you might want to look in the mirror. :D
     
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    Oh I know who to look at when a tap breaks lol

    I take it your not cutting them on a cnc ???
     
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    Of course not. We'd not be having this conversation.
     
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    Lol I gotcha now
     
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    Wasn't sure if we had a single shot thread so I'll stick this here. I love this gun. 30-06.

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    Off a bipod on a bench with factory 180gr winchester ammo. Scope set on 1x at 100 yards.

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