Rifle bolt fluting $25 with coupon code

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by KenMI, Feb 16, 2018.

  1. Danny1788

    Danny1788 Well-Known Member

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    What pattern did you choose? I'm thinking they are banging out all the Wrought iron first. I choose the Ti style fluting so maybe that's the hold up. Either way I don't really care. It was $50 shipped to flute two bolts that's a deal even if it takes a month.
     
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  2. predator 22

    predator 22 Well-Known Member

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    Others not LRI. Fluting is fluting, I was just stating a time frame for similar work. And LRI has three of my bolts as well. I received a email stating that they have received them.
     
  3. USMCSSGT

    USMCSSGT Well-Known Member

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  4. waspocrew

    waspocrew Well-Known Member

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    Nope, it still works. Add the service to your cart. Then go to check out. You can then enter the promo "NEW HAAS". The only thing that has changed is there is no longer free return shipping. It's still quite the deal at $35.
     
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  5. Farmerbrown32

    Farmerbrown32 Well-Known Member

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    That is freakin awesome how they do that. Unreal how a machine can do that!
     
  6. Farmerbrown32

    Farmerbrown32 Well-Known Member

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    Screw it, im sending two more bolts in.
     
  7. USMCSSGT

    USMCSSGT Well-Known Member

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    I found my mistake: I was going to the group buy at the bottom right of the home page. It does work off the gun smithing services, bolt fluting page
     
  8. Farmerbrown32

    Farmerbrown32 Well-Known Member

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    Yep still works. 2bolts for 60$. Pretty damn cheap
     
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  9. martinakl

    martinakl Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Worked for me as well. Just placed an order for two.
     
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  10. J3n

    J3n Active Member

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    Here, they say 48 hours is the norm
     
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  11. 26Reload

    26Reload Well-Known Member

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    Question for the viewers here...
    Recieved my bolts today...all look nice and clean..no sharp edges...
    My question....
    one bolt is stainless...shouldn't have to paint or seal...just keep oiled...
    Two are older Remington mountain rifles...have the discolored bolt handle....
    One is sps..with handle skeletonized...
    Of the three do they need to be painted/sealed/Cerakote...
    Or would they be fine to oil and keep the bright cut color...
     

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  12. HillbillySniper

    HillbillySniper Well-Known Member

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    Stainless you shouldn’t have to do anymore than oil the others I’d oil all the time or have them cerakoted.
     
  13. 26Reload

    26Reload Well-Known Member

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    Thx Hillbilly...that's what I have been contemplating...I like the contrast of the old worn to the new cuts....
    Am in contact with local painter...awaiting his profession response..........Duh....sure...
     
  14. HillbillySniper

    HillbillySniper Well-Known Member

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    I have a stainless bolt that was done years ago I painted and had a buddy take it to work and repolish the body so it has black paint in just the flutes that look nice. I also have an sps that I left the bare metal and parkerized body I just put a couple good coats of mother’s metal polish on to keep it from rusting
     
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