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Top-quality springs assure consistent, reliable ignition plus, dependable performance. Provides the lower- weight absolutely necessary to achieve the clean-breaking, lighter-feeling trigger sought after by 1911 aficionados everywhere. Mfg: Ed Brown SPECS: Steel, pak of 5. 19 lb. weight, factory is 23 lb.Check price and Read more Detail At Ed Brown
Case Neck Dipper Kit uses a mica-based dry lubricant that helps alleviate expander ball drag to prevent case neck stretching and loss of material sizing. Simply clean the inside of the mouth with one of the included brushes that fit into the base of the dipper, then dip the case mouth into the lubricant and it's ready for neck sizing. Kit contains plastic case with brush holders and lubricant reservoir, 3.1grams of Motor Mica dry lubricant, and 3 brushes (sizes for .22 to .27, .35 to .40, and .44/.45 caliber). Mfg: LymanCheck price and Read more Detail At Lyman
The Faxon GUNNER line of AR barrels are well known in the AR world for their unique profile. The GUNNER profile uses the Government profile dimension from extension to the .625" gas block, then is a pencil profile from the gas block forward to the front. Removing the weight from the front of the barrel ensures maximum versatility and keeps material to the rear to maximize heat resistance and mitigate whip. Manufactured 100% in-house from cradle-to-grave, these Faxon barrels are fully stress relieved, air-gauge tested, and 11 degree target crowned to ensure superior accuracy. Barrel Material: 4150 CMV Steel Barrel Type: Button Rifled Barrel Caliber: 5. Mfg: Faxon FirearmsCheck price and Read more Detail At Faxon Firearms
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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