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Best way to remove donut after fire forming

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Unread 07-03-2012, 06:46 PM
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Best way to remove donut after fire forming

Does anyone know of an easy way to remove donut,where the neck and the sholder meet on fire formed brass.
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    Re: Best way to remove donut after fire forming

    I'd suggest running an expander mandrel, of the appropriate size, through the necks and then neck turn off any excess brass (donut or otherwise).
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    Re: Best way to remove donut after fire forming

    I think the best way(IMO) is to use mandrels that cut the inside donut at the same time your turning the necks. K&M carbide set up is what I use but there are a few ways to skin the proverbial cat.
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