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    Default bolt cutter jaw diagram

    For those that wanted a diagram of the bolt cutters I used to sell~))

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    Last edited by restoreit; 01-04-2009 at 12:13 PM.

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    hey man, sent you a pm about a long rivet jig and the work you said you may be able to do.
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    Thanks.

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    A link to the originals... they didn't start as one-size-fits-all

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    Ground mine down, looks like it will work great. Thanks.

    My understanding is that this will work for the front two front trunion rivets. Any others?

    -Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott2K View Post
    Ground mine down, looks like it will work great. Thanks.

    My understanding is that this will work for the three front trunion rivets. Any others?

    -Scott
    Fixed your post

    Depending on your grind profile, they may also work on underfolder trunnion rivets. Gotta reach in deep for that last one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjohnson View Post
    Fixed your post

    Depending on your grind profile, they may also work on underfolder trunnion rivets. Gotta reach in deep for that last one.
    Maybe it's me, I'm on a M92 and I cant get the bottom rivets with anything. About to cut a "center support" to bridge the gap for lack of wanting to make more tooling for a grand total of 2 rivets. Are we saying that profile (or something close) will reach to bottom most rivets on a underfolder? I look at all my bolt cutters and they are all a terrabyte away from reaching the bottom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjohnson View Post
    Fixed your post

    Depending on your grind profile, they may also work on underfolder trunnion rivets. Gotta reach in deep for that last one.
    Didn't think I could get the rearmost of the front trunion rivets with it. How do you get to it - mag well?

    -Scott

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    Thanks for posting this. I have a set of HF bolt cutters that I'll be modifying using this template

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