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Setting Headspace for 260 Rem. AI

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Unread 02-02-2012, 02:01 PM
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Re: Setting Headspace for 260 Rem. AI

BW what is the Rockwell hardness of a gauge? the barrel steel?

closing a bolt on a standard gauge with "heavy drag" is not going to do the shoulder of your chamber anything good.

Your giving ****** advice! but hey if it works in the world you live in go for it!
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    Re: Setting Headspace for 260 Rem. AI

    Guys I appreciate the info. I am looking for an actual 260 AI Go Gauge to use. They are around, just backordered at the moment. In the event I dont find one soon, I will use the brass crush fit method recommended.

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