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    Quote Originally Posted by andiarisaka View Post
    could be that Remington, in order to preserve us and cover their own rear, has loaded them with a fairly slow burning powder so as to keep pressure down....Murray KY! I'm a Murray guy too, Murray City, OH that is.
    Oh Iím certain thatís right about Remington. I have an auction this weekend - a yearly gun-related sportsman auction. I should be able to snag some reloading stuff AND a few other things to sell on eBay. Iíll cut olí Remington right out of the loop!
    Nice to see another Murrian of some sort here!

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    Thanks rcathey for providing the drawings for the wrench you made and the inspiration for tackling a similar project. I used them to make my own but ran into barrel trouble with a cbi replacement. It has what appears to have a chamber cut to full depth but is about 5/16" before index and with the barrel hand tight wont close on a new round made safe and stripped bolt.
    But anyway here's some pictures of the wrench from your drawing. Worked great but I may have to get someone else involved to help finish mine up.

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    Fantastic! I didnít even think about welding. I too machining at the vocational school during high school so thatís just the route I always think of.
    I really like how you made yours into a proper wrench!
    Thanks for sharing this.


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