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All the loving care of the best stockmaker and the meticulous attention to detail of the master machinist will not make a gun shoot any straighter than the accuracy capability of the barrel used. And, it is the insides of a barrel, that very small and vital area of lands and grooves over which the gunsmith has no control, that can determine whether the finished work of art is for shooting - or "just for looks". Craftsmanship . . . not price . . . determines the quality of a barrel. But, by the same token, the customer willing to spend the money for a custom gun is shortsighted indeed, if he starts economizing and orders "just any old barrel so long as it's che Mfg: Shilen SPECS: 4140 chrome-moly or 416 Stainless Steel. METRIC: 1 " (2.5cm), 1 lb. (.45kg). Special Orders: If no Stock # is shown in the chart, that barrel must be ordered on a Special Order basis. Special Orders require Full Payment in Advance and are non-cancelable and non-refundable. AllowCheck price and Read more Detail At Shilen
Narrow, curved thumb pad is specially designed for tactical applications; won't snag on holster or loose clothing. Bottom edge matches frames which have been contoured for high-grip beavertails. Mfg: Cylinder & Slide SPECS: Steel, blued or stainless steel, matte finish. Thumbpad - .988" (25mm) long, .145" (3.7mm) wide. Installation requires minor fitting.Check price and Read more Detail At Cylinder & Slide
An upgrade to the L.E. Winlson standard steel line. Brass has good corrosion resistance and an excellent surface finish, perfect for gaging your cases. One piece gage that will check overall length to indicate the need for trimming, datum to head length to assure correct headspace and to prevent over sizing. Available for most popular rimless cases. The Cartridge Case Gage was designed with safety in mind and was invented by our founder Sam (L.E.) Wilson in 1935 after a fellow shooter approached him for help in solving a case-separation issue. The gage allows you to see just how much you are sizing back your shoulder on your cases. Mfg: L.E. Wilson, Inc.Check price and Read more Detail At L.E. Wilson, Inc.
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