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    anyone have a semi-small lath or mill a person could buy at a reasonable price do you?perry

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    welcome to Gunco perry
    you might want to place a wtb thread in the classifieds
    more people will see it there
    and when posting somthing other than whats discussed in the
    current thread you realy should start a new thread so you dont
    go hijacking a thread-just forum ettiquite-
    Keep the change-I just want my Country back!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashhoe View Post
    Someone asked the size of the mill used to make the holes. I used a 5/16" ball and watched it closely to make sure a split frog hairs worth of the rivet head was still above the edge of the hole. I got the mill off ebay and used it in my little benchtop drill press (which I use more than my bridgeport, go figger)
    Is that a 5/32 radius ball end mill?
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    ysorry about that .i got to learn more about this stuff. please be patient with me. it use to be somebody mention computers, id start looking for my sledgehammer. do you know what i mean?

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    and by the way ,greenmachine i sent your m.o. on those jaws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perry View Post
    ysorry about that .i got to learn more about this stuff. please be patient with me. it use to be somebody mention computers, id start looking for my sledgehammer. do you know what i mean?
    i usta fire up the chainsaw!!!!
    and by the way youll like greenmachines stuff he does great work!
    gotta barrel puller from him and works like a charm!!!and he'll even answer any questions you have
    Keep the change-I just want my Country back!!!

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    Great stuff!
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    I'm making my own rivet squeazer and was wondering what the distance is of the gap between the jaws when the squeazer is closed.
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    I'll measure it when I get home tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rikoshay View Post
    I'm making my own rivet squeazer and was wondering what the distance is of the gap between the jaws when the squeazer is closed.
    did you ever get to mesure it?

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