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Old 06-30-2010, 06:33 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Was it really neccesary to use G8 hardware to hang them in the oven?
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Old 07-01-2010, 08:08 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Was it really neccesary to use G8 hardware to hang them in the oven?
they only had g8 in 5/16-24 where i was at.
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what if its not a remington 700? what if its a winchester? does that change the program?
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what if its not a remington 700? what if its a winchester? does that change the program?
I would need to make another holding fixture. The program would most likely be the same. For winchesters, I'd recomend getting in touch with mark at short action customs.
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I would need to make another holding fixture. The program would most likely be the same. For winchesters, I'd recomend getting in touch with mark at short action customs.
ah, i see. i was just curious. its interesting that the two handles' angles and dimensions are that much different that it would warrant another holding fixture.

im not a real big tactical bolt knob kind of guy, i have never used one so i can't speak of its untold magical powers, nor have i unlocked its secret to contributing to sub-minute of angle accuracy.

dont get me wrong, what you did is amazing and contributes to the personalized touch of a custom rifle, but i never have fully grasped its allure (pun intended )

for me, i would prefer a closer-to-the-stock handle, like a mannlicher style

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how much are you charging for this to be done
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Old 07-11-2010, 09:15 AM   #34 (permalink)
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im not a real big tactical bolt knob kind of guy, i have never used one so i can't speak of its untold magical powers, nor have i unlocked its secret to contributing to sub-minute of angle accuracy.

dont get me wrong, what you did is amazing and contributes to the personalized touch of a custom rifle, but i never have fully grasped its allure (pun intended )

for me, i would prefer a closer-to-the-stock handle, like a mannlicher style
obviously a bolt knob is not going to make you shoot tighter groups. nor would i want one on a hunting rifle that i had to carry through thick brush. for a competition rifle with a big scope and lots of shooting, they are a great feature. being able to grab a handful of bolt to cycle it fast is very helpful. i could go without the "tactical" part of the name.

in the right picture bellow, you can see that you would need to "two finger" the oem remington knob because of it's closeness to the scope. that is not good for rapid shooting. with this one, you can grab a handful and cycle the bolt with authority.
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that is not good for rapid shooting. with this one, you can grab a handful and cycle the bolt with authority.
Especially helpful in timed match stages or shooting hot loads that get you stiff bolt lift.
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Old 09-07-2010, 06:01 PM   #38 (permalink)
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obviously a bolt knob is not going to make you shoot tighter groups. nor would i want one on a hunting rifle that i had to carry through thick brush. for a competition rifle with a big scope and lots of shooting, they are a great feature. being able to grab a handful of bolt to cycle it fast is very helpful. i could go without the "tactical" part of the name.

in the right picture bellow, you can see that you would need to "two finger" the oem remington knob because of it's closeness to the scope. that is not good for rapid shooting. with this one, you can grab a handful and cycle the bolt with authority.
So, do you palm up or palm down the handle?
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a few more from this morning.

The bottom three are mine!! they look great!! I look forward to them getting home.
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So, do you palm up or palm down the handle?

i grab it like i grab for second gear at 7200 rpm
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The bottom three are mine!! they look great!! I look forward to them getting home.
i'll get them out tomorrow.
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i grab it like i grab for second gear at 7200 rpm
nice... sounds like i have a new description for chucking shells!
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Do you have any more? And have you tried to do a spiral flute on the bolt yet?
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Especially helpful in timed match stages or shooting hot loads that get you stiff bolt lift.
Think about that and look at the split bridge receiver and butter knife in post #32.
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Do you have any more? And have you tried to do a spiral flute on the bolt yet?
i have one coated black and one bare stainless knob left.

i haven't tried to flute bolts yet. i can certainly do it but after looking around at what other people are charging, i don't think i can even match their price.
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i have one coated black and one bare stainless knob left.

i haven't tried to flute bolts yet. i can certainly do it but after looking around at what other people are charging, i don't think i can even match their price.
What's their pricing? Are they cheaper than a new fluted bolt for $300?
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What's their pricing? Are they cheaper than a new fluted bolt for $300?
it looks like around $75 to $85 from kampfield customs: http://www.kampfeldcustom.com/index_009.htm.

keep in mind, a new fluted bolt will most likely need a smith to set the headspace. i'd definatly wait until i was ready to put a new barrel on before i went to a new bolt.
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by the way, here's my thoughts on fluted bolt bodies: http://www.snipershide.com/forum/ubb...09#Post2382509
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i have one coated black and one bare stainless knob left.

i haven't tried to flute bolts yet. i can certainly do it but after looking around at what other people are charging, i don't think i can even match their price.
Interested in the black one. PM inbound
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