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Old 01-06-2008, 01:08 PM
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lathe/mill/information website

I am just starting to shop for a good mill and a lathe. Something good enough to do gun work on. I took a few machinist classes after high school so I know a very little. I am looking for some good websites to drool over equipment and maybe learn a little more about general machinist skills gunsmithin in particular. Anybody got any good links they would share?

I have a small mill/lathe combo but precision is not its strong point. It is a shopsmith eldorado. Anyone got any good ideas for any projects to help hone my limited skills?
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Old 01-06-2008, 01:30 PM
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If this works their should be a link for a move rental place , I freind is currently using it and he realy ikes the ability and all of Darrel Holland's are informative and well made.

Professional instruction video: Professional Machine Shop Course: Lathe by Darrell Holland

As for the equiptment , their are places all over the web to look at it but not nearly a nice as being able to fondel the actual tool on a show room floor
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