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Found 5 results

  1. RE: Shooting steel: EMS Small Arms Systems' modular targets. Shot it recently: a lot of fun and practical use. Hope to get a loaner for local event. Targets are armored steel; 12 gauge leaves sad splatter, and not a ding on it. Check it out: https://www.facebook.com/EMS.S.A.S Video (no FB account required): https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=1386540291569118&set=vb.215638235256161&type=2&theater CAUTION: I always wear "eyes" and "ears", and on first try got hit with .45 FMJ slug back into chest, shooting from under 10 yards. No big deal for a chest, but could be a serious injury to the eye, if not protected. "Eyes" and "ears", Shooters! Happy Shooting!
  2. Today at a gun show I found some norinco steel core ammo for cheap. Is this stuff worse on your barrel than the tula or wolf ammo?
  3. So, I read your nomination thread and thought that you might be the man to make this happen. I mentioned in another thread that a stamped steel stock that was compatible with an Ace folding mechanism would be a neat thing to have. I've been working on some paper prototypes that, with any luck, can be flattened into rough blueprints, but the actual stamping and welding of steel are beyond my capacity.
  4. My first session with the 308! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9__g1T_KfhE
  5. DrThunder88

    Rivet-eating machine!

    I was converting my S-20 today when I decided to try my Dremel #115 HSS cylinder cutter to grind down the rivet heads instead of my usual mounted stone bit. Picture from Buy.com I had mistaken it for carbide, but it is actually HSS. Still, the thing ate through all three rivets faster than any abrasive point I've ever used. Unlike the abrasives, this bur didn't create any dust, only some fine, steel shavings. I checked the edges after the job, and it still looks good! Even running at top speed in my rotary tool has left it looking fine. It's a nice bit of kit if you're looking for a good rivet decapitator.
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