The terms "accurized" "trued" "blue printed" and "reworked" are all very commonly used buy guys that build guns , sadly like Mr. Montour said alot of time some guys oppinion of these terms is not accurate with its actual meaning. At the very least , after your barel is pulled off check to see if the reciever face was cut on , it should have a nice smoot shiney finish not semi rough like the rest of the action then have a good look at the lug embunkments to see where the bolt lugs were making contact , both of them should have rub marks that are the same size and shape. Use a good depth mic and check the distance from the reciever face to the embunkments where the bolt locks up , these should be exactly the same or at the most .0002" out and thats if the smith allows for that much runout in his setup. Also like Mr. Montour said if it were done properly the threads should have been recut , not its hard to tell if they were just taped out or if they were single point recut to be strait with the bolt race way.
Now all that being said I have reciently had the opertunity to talk with and watch and hopefully soon work with a gun builder that holds a couple world records and his guns hold world records in the BR arena he is also in the BR hall of fame. After talking with this great guy about how he builds his guns the topic of "blueprinting" came up and I was wondering how he did his. His response was "I don't" and "I won't waste my time" when he builds on a Rem action he runs a tap through the threads to clean them out and hand laps the lugs and thats it !!! His theory is that the accuracy is in the barrel and chamber and how its cut. He cuts his chambers with reamers that have sets of pilots for them made in .0002" incriments. I have seen his rebarreld Rems shoot inthe .2's and .3's with just this work done , he will have the action fully blue printed but its gonna cost yu and it'll take a while as he sends them to Bob Brackney for it.. Does this mean that a accurately blue printed action is a waste of time? Well thats argueable , but I will say that I will contune to fully blueprint all of my actions that are build one factory recievers as I think you should use any measures possible to to eliminate every possible factor of the accuracy equasion.
It sounds like alot of money to have a Rem action blue printed with an average cost in the $150 range but if you have never set one up for this work you can imagine the time it takes , with the $150 for the blueprint and $150 for the chambering and fitting of the barrel you are getting a hell of a deal considering the average cost at a regular machine shop is $80 per hr !!!
So If it were me I'd send the action to sombody that knows what he is doing and have it checked before its rebarreled and if its not properly "accurized" then have it done correctly , it should be a one time deal.
Sorry for the rambeling , it just chaps my butt for some gun butchers to throw these terms around , kinda like the guys that shoot deer at 1000yds with grandads old 30-30
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