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Old 05-11-2021, 06:18 PM
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That is a very good point Mike, but has nothing to do with my comment so why quote me?
No reason. It was just the last post at the time.
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Old 05-11-2021, 06:37 PM
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If you want you can send to me and Iíll get it off for you. Iíd like the barrel if you donít want it. I cut them down and make carbon sleeved lightweight barrels
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Came off easy, channel lck and vise griP. NO HEAT. NO SAW!

Threaded 1/28 and now has a nice thread protector on it!
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Good deal, glad you got that supply line to the upstairs commode fixed young man

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Old 05-12-2021, 10:00 AM
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I canít believe that Numrich would sell such an item.
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Old 05-12-2021, 11:16 AM
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Came off easy, channel lck and vise griP. NO HEAT. NO SAW!

Threaded 1/28 and now has a nice thread protector on it!
I suppose I assumed you had already tried to remove it before asking for help. Anyway, glad you got it off.
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Old 05-12-2021, 12:05 PM
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Came off easy, channel lck and vise griP. NO HEAT. NO SAW!

Threaded 1/28 and now has a nice thread protector on it!
As I expected.
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Old 05-12-2021, 06:43 PM
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As I expected.

Yep, you made me man up,

I was thinking too much, and doing too little
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Channel Locks and Vise Grips!
All due Respect Sir, but, you Seriously NEED to upgrade your inadequate tool collection!!!
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Old 05-13-2021, 07:15 PM
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Trades?

I could easily help out with your tool situation... For the right trade, for something nice such as a like new BA Weatherby XXII? I'd also love something similar to what's in the image below, in 6.5 Creedmoor...

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Old 05-13-2021, 09:26 PM
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All due Respect Sir, but, you Seriously NEED to upgrade your inadequate tool collection!!!
Around here, if it doesn’t have a chain on it , or isnt locked in a safe, it grows legs and disappears. I was lucky to find those two tools

Although, never as well endowed as the tool chests above, id say ive spent more on tools in the last 40 years than on guns. I grew up around tools, my parents owned a hardware store, my dad was an electrician, and i went to the Flint Public school system , which was a training grounds for GM. Woodshop, Metal shop, blueprint and drafting classes all mandatory parts of the curriculum. I can use most any tool, but i dont really care to. Built and rebuilt many houses, in my day. Tools just walk, when you have so many contractors and helpers around. Plus my wife, is , well lets say , apt to move things around .

Oh , i forgot, for two years , during college , i worked at an auto dealership, in the repair shop. My fiat broke down so often, bob, gave me a job so i could pay for the parts , and do the work myself.

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Old 05-14-2021, 09:27 AM
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That's too bad about your tools. I suppose everyone "views things" through their "own set of lenses" and does things differently from others? Please keep in mind, that I'm not trying to say anything negative about you and your way of doing things. I just know that I've relied on my tools (and skills) to make a living, for roughly half of my working career. I couldn't afford to allow my tools to "walk away" (no tools, no job!), never mind the fact that I despise thieves, so I did everything possible to hang onto them. I couldn't afford to pay others to fix my things, so I've also needed my tools to repair my own stuff. I guess I also care so much about the condition of my firearms, that I'd never use certain (inappropriate) tools on them. Obviously, to each their own, when it comes to what each person chooses to do. From what I've seen, all tool boxes come with locks, or provisions to lock them, for a reason.
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Old 05-14-2021, 09:45 AM
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Im not t happy about it either. But as I dont use them daily, or even weekly , They are out of sight and so out of mind. Probably most of them are at the other house. But i havent been n that basement for years.

As for the vise grip and channel locks, , they worked fine. The vise grip on the barrel cut, over a micro fiber rag and the channel lock on the muzzle nut.twisted both tools simultaneously, and it was loose. Then Removed by hand .

Yes, I pay people to do stuff, that I donít care to do or canít do myself. Thats how people that do that make a living. Thats how I make a living. I just do it with a different set of tools.
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