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#600434 07/29/2021 2:53 PM
by 82nd Trooper
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I have a few break top projects, both single and sxs, that are rattle traps. I have seen videos of how the hook, rear of the barrels, and bolt require attention for repairs. Is there a sequence to inspect and or repair that should be followed to insure a complete repair is accomplished. And what gap measurements should an inspection include for barrels that are off-face or loose at the water table. Any other input would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Scott
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by damascus
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Joe. Here is a photograph of my gun barrel hook scraper. This tool is now old world gunsmith tool razor sharp on three sides each side is hollow ground and glass hard very easy to break. These scrapers where only used for the finest work because files work faster. this specialized scraper was given to me by an old school gunsmith more years back than I can remember also I have never seen another this size, talking of size the battery is there for size perspective.


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