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Thread: Gunsmith trouble - need the member's opinions

  1. #46
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    Jul 2012
    Quote Originally Posted by FRST View Post
    The problem is that the holes have no actual 360 complete thread or only 1. Cutting a 7mm hole in the front receiver or re-welding is the only options. And they aren't real options in my opinion. As one post has said - would you trust it with 60,000psi going off 2 inches in front of your right eye? I'm struggling with it.
    Welding on any Mauser rifle steel is a fraught exercise, the steel is well known for developing porosity and it gets worse every time its attempted, even with an expert on the TIG. I don't know why it happens but its well documented by more than one top custom gunsmith on a couple of forums (D Weibe on Accurate Reloading and an Aussie guy whose name I don't recall on Nitro Express). On a bolt handle its manageable, on a receiver, I'd say be very cautious about who you take advise from. Sorry to be so glum . . . . .
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  2. #47
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    Nov 2014
    Central Otago
    Every tradesman makes a cock-up now and then (though seldom as bad as this effort!) and the true test of their ability is to make the job right without the customer being aware of it. In the instance I believe that the customer is owed another action without charge, and to have the job completed by a competent tradesman at no cost. The bubba should have the decency to cover that charge as well.
    veitnamcam, Bryan, Trout and 6 others like this.

  3. #48
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    Dec 2011
    Southern Alps
    Im no engineer,but i thort it be a no no attacking a receiver or barrel with a welder or gas torch.Thats a f up,nothing else and the gun doc should pay up.If i put a door in the wrong place in a house.Id have to correct my mistake at no cost to the client.
    ANTSMAN, FRST and Happy Jack like this.

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    Jul 2012
    Above the Hutt
    Hey @FRST, I know of a cheap good condition Brno vz33 not far from you. Already drilled. Let me know if you need another action and I can put you in touch with the owner.
    FRST, 2post and paremata like this.
    Nothing is tough about having a 70 lb bow and looking like an uncoordinated praying mantis while trying to draw it back.



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