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 Post subject: Another barrel chopped..
PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 10:01 pm 
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Decided to chop a half inch of a barrel I have.

After the chop I chuck the barrel in a hand drill while spinning it while I square it up on my bench belt sander with a jig I made.

I then made a maple steady rest for my unimat lathe since chuck bore is only 8mm and I can only fit the breach end in the chuck..
A brass screw and valve paste with hand drill while spinning lathe at slow speed.
Then Some 400,600,2000grit wet sand using right angle jig to keep it square.
I wanted an industrial kind of look , like a walther target barrel.
Came out decent I think.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 10:20 pm 
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walther wrote:
Decided to chop a half inch of a barrel I have.

After the chop I chuck the barrel in a hand drill while spinning it while I square it up on my bench belt sander with a jig I made.

I then made a maple steady rest for my unimat lathe since chuck bore is only 8mm and I can only fit the breach end in the chuck..
A brass screw and valve paste with hand drill while spinning lathe at slow speed.
Then Some 400,600,2000grit wet sand using right angle jig to keep it square.
I wanted an industrial kind of look , like a walther target barrel.
Came out decent I think.
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Nice!

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