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Unread 04-16-2011, 08:38 PM
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Re: Sako Extractor Installation Video

I would just like to point out a few safety tips regarding these videos. In both videos at some point you use a compressed air source to blow away the metal shavings while using your other hand as a shield presumably to protect the camera lens. These particles are now considered projectiles which can and will penetrate your skin and the compressed air can also case what is referred to as air embolism. Now I wonder if you were wearing safety glasses at all for this production ? You may have been doing machining for several years this way however, this safety concern could have life threatening consequences.
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    Re: Sako Extractor Installation Video

    I'm glad the ES&H fella posted.....caused me to see the video.

    Wish my mill was as true and smooth sounding as yours. Mine rattles a bit....

    Starter hole - that's new technology to me. I'll have to give that one a try.

    Glad I stumbled onto the video.
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    Re: Sako Extractor Installation Video

    Thanks for the safety advice. I'll be sure to confer with OSHA before I do any more work.
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    Re: Sako Extractor Installation Video

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    Thanks for the safety advice. I'll be sure to confer with OSHA before I do any more work.
    I just did my 30 hour OSHA refresher last week.

    I'll bring over all of my guns that need work and while you work on them I'll sit there and tell you all the unsafe things your are doing.

    Call it a straight across trade?
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    Re: Sako Extractor Installation Video

    Yep, you better watch that little bit of air you're using to blow those shavings off as they'll kill ya sooner or later!!! I do hope you use safety glasses in the shop, but anybody that's as smart to be able to do what you do with that equipment surely does!!! As was said, if that post hadn't brought the thread TTT I'd have missed it, so thanks to the concerned poster!
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    Re: Sako Extractor Installation Video

    Awesome!
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    Re: Sako Extractor Installation Video

    Question.

    By leaving the original hole that was the plunger extractor unfilled, does this weaken the bolt? Does anyone fill the hole with new steel?

    Thanks,
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