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    Thanks, brazing is incredibly handy, Iíve used it to repair a lot of cast iron and itís much easier to handle on delicate projects like this, far less chance of damaging the part, and since less heat is required, thereís less warpage.

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    Well I haven't made any progress on the rifle, but I did pick this up today...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty_Old_F250 View Post
    but I did pick this up today
    A milling attachment?
    Regards, Jim

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    Well at least you settled on a caliber, sheeese,


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