Originally Posted by RustyRick
WOW oh WOW - I had no idea that in an industry like this, that QC could go so far wrong.
Thanks for the insight.
Its not that they are so bad, just that they don't try to achieve perfection and have to keep the
cost down to be competitive. lots of People want cheep prices and for this they get poor quality
and minimum Quality Control.
Most good Gun Smiths want everything to be as near perfect as possible because they are held to
an accuracy standard and by doing rifles one at a time can reach there requirements.
I have blueprinted lots of factory actions that needed very little truing, but some needed everything
trued, so I true/Blue print every action I build on as part of the process.
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