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Unread 08-10-2007, 07:47 PM
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action blueprinting?

what all goes into blueprinting an action like the rem 700?

thanks huntinfool18
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    Complete accurize. 0f your Rem Actions. This includes single point truing of action, threads,locking surface trued, receiver faced and bolt raceway reamed all in one fixture. Custom PTG bolt with Sako extractor, extended bolt handle. Bolt is then helical (spiral) fluted for smooth operation in very close tollerances. *$400*

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    how do you ream the raceways. im just not seeing hows that is done. thanks for the info. huntinfool18
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    John Hinnant has an excellent, detailed booklet with complete instructions, drawings, and tooling drawings for Remington actions. I'll watch this thread, and if you don't find it on the net, I'll post more detail; publisher, etc.

    Hinnant says that all 40X actions are blueprinted at Remington, so if you can get one of them, it's supposed to come blueprinted.

    Brownell's also has some of the tooling for blueprinting Remingtons.

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    Search will get you just about anything you're looking for.

    I see you list your occupation as a gunsmith. These might just help you.

    Blue printing

    Trueing the action?
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    thanks guys. i am just starting out as a gunsmith and just finsihed school in febuary, they didnt teach us anything that goes into buleprinting other than facing the reciver. so i figured i would find out what all went into it before i screw something up. thanks huntinfool18
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    What school did you go to ??

    I would have thought that blue printing an action would have been one of the major lessons in building a good rifle
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