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Hotbarrel made a rivet smoocher for me a while back. (Did I mention that hotbarrel is a gentleman and a scholar as well as prolific gun tinker and contributer to this forum?)

I finally got to put this little, handy dandy rivety jigget to work yesterday and it worked splendidly! I have since contacted hotbarrel and asked him if he would like me to return this wonderfully simple tool to him so that he might in turn offer it to other very fortunate recipient.

Hotbarrel has written back and asked me to offer his creation to others with the following provisions: :thumbup1:

1. I will only charge actual cost of shipping from my home sweet home to yours.
2. The recipient will use the tool and then pass it on to others who need to use said tool.
3. That each person that uses this tool will only charge actual shipping from their home sweet home to the next recipient. :cheers:

So, there you go! Contact me if you need to use this very clever devise!

Yours,
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I would like to borrow it. It does the trunions? My zip is 30152.
 

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Hbs the man , ive been wandering about doing the same thing with a flat bending jig
i hesitate to buy one if im only gonna do 5 or so flats , maybe soemone here would like to rent one out ? recoup some of there money
 

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Kail said:
a flat bending jig
i hesitate to buy one if im only gonna do 5 or so flats , maybe soemone here would like to rent one out ? recoup some of there money
I would give SKShunter a PM . I can not speak for him but maby he would rent or loan his out. basicaly all you will need is a good vice. we did one togeather and it went very easy and the corners are sharp, NOT rounded at all. their is no way to rip or streach the flat. if you measure and mark accuratly with a cheap caliper you realy cant miss with his tool . too easy. too much fun.. :thumbup1: :thumbup1:
rember all I can do is suggest you PM him,, NOT speak for him.
 

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I have another quick question. who has the rivet bucking bar now???? have you found it was not ground out enough the reach all the rivets?? Did you grind out a littel bit more for it to fit??? thanks the hotbarrel
 

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sounds good thx
 
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