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    Sarco sold two and kept one. I used it many times. They are very easy to use and set up is very simple.

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    Rich, Charlie Redfield also had a barreling machine in NJ too

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    One sold on ebay a couple of years ago... I know a day late and a dollar short on the comment... but I have been doing other things... did not know so many of them were around.

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    Machine

    I would sell mine if I knew what to ask. Of course, it would have to be a pick-up, it's way too heavy to ship.
    Real men measure once and cut.

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    Barreling Machine

    Hey Bob,

    You may have already seen this but a barreling machine like yours is shown being used in a video at the attached link. Starts at 1:37.


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    Neat vid, love the tools and special jigs for doing the things we no longer see as a rule. Staking the two swivel screws for instance, done in a second. Screwing in the gas cylinder lock screw...setting the gas cylinder. All those parts were tight as a drum. Screwing in the barrel, I see how that tool works now...
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    That's it for sure at about 1:45 on the vid. Thanks!
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    The Dealers Warehouse in Modesto, CA has one. They are fun and quick. I had several barrels done over the years, job usually took 1-2 minutes.


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