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Spiral Stitched - used primarily for first cleaning operation on the gun with No. 140 Polish-O-Ray to knock off old blue, dirt and rust and bring the metal to a bright finish. Also used by some operators instead of Soft Felt wheels - being of a more flexible nature, great care must be exercised to not round edges, or funnel and elongate screw and pin holes.Loose Muslin - used following each change of grit to smooth out grit marks and prepare the surface for the next finer grit. Also used to finish off the gun just prior to bluing.Note: - Use enough sections to make each wheel as wide as your polishing motor will handle - a minimum of three sections to each wheel. Never Mfg: Brownells SPECS:Stitched wheels have 3/8" (.5mm) face. Loose wheels are 20 ply. Arbor: 1/2" (12.7mm), 5/8" (15.9mm), 3/4" 919mm), 7/8" (22.2mm), 1" (22.5cm). Wheel Diameter: 6" (15.2cm), 8" (20.3cm), 10" (25.4mm).Check price and Read more Detail At Brownells
When you're out in the field, the last thing you want to worry about is having any sharp points on your hunting rig that can abrade and tear your gear or snag on branches and brush in the wilderness. That's why Spuhr developed its Dehorned Scope Mount Bases, which are purpose-built to provide hunters with the mounting system they need to succeed in the field. Available for a wide range of popular hunting rifles, including the Remington 700, Tikka T3 and the Winchester Model 70, these bases are machined from aluminum to provide users with a solid, single-piece design that's guaranteed to provide strength and repeatability in mounting. The units are also designed to be ligh Mfg: SpuhrCheck price and Read more Detail At Spuhr
Bushings are available in increments of .001" from .185" through .199" and .218" through .343". The easiest way to tell the bushing size needed is to measure your loaded rounds at the neck. This caliper or micrometer reading indicates bullet diameter plus twice the thickness of the neck. The bushing diameter must measure less than this, we suggest .002" to .003" smaller. Taking into account the spring-back of the case neck after sizing, this would give you .001" to .002" "grip" on the bullet. View other sizes: .185" to .252" .253" to .302" .303" to .369" Mfg: L.E. Wilson, Inc.Check price and Read more Detail At L.E. Wilson, Inc.
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