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- Mon Apr 03, 2006 9:05 pm
- Forum: Gunsmithing
- Topic: Drilling and tapping stainless handgun.
- Replies: 4
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Hi, My grandson wants me to drill and tap his stainless Ruger Mark 11 handgun for a scope mount. I have never worked on a stainless firearm. Will I have problems with a standard drill and 6-40 tap. Thanks for any help, Larry
Harold, Thanks for the response. I would try to machine the bolt without anealing or heat treating. I have used grade 5 and AN bolts in projects, but never tried grade 8 bolts. Will see how it goes. The Mills 1.3 is a diesel model air plane engine. It is one of the projects in the first issue of Mod...
Hi, Any comments on using a large bolt like a grade 8, AN or NAS to make a crankshaft for an engine like the Mills 1.3 using the bolt head for the crank end? Thanks, Larry
I would like to watch someone with your skill level weld. I think that would be a great learning experience on torch and filler manipulation. I think my welds are structurally sound but sure don't look that good. I'm trying to get to a point where I feel comfortable enough to use tig instead of oxy ...
This sure turned into a very informative thread. I'm going to use an 8 roller 540 pto sprayer pump that I happen to have. I have a 30 rpm gear motor to turn it, not sure yet if that will put out enough volumn to maintain apx 30 psi. Going to try modifying a water heater safety valve for pressure rel...
Thanks guys for all the good info. I talked to a welding supplier yesterday and he said I need about 30psi. I never heard of a carbonator pump but will look into getting one. Larry
I just got a water cooled tig torch from E-Bay. Also got a fuse assy. with it. Now I need to make a cooler. Anybody have any ideas on what to use for a pump? Would like it to be reliable and cheap. Thanks, Larry
- Sat Jan 04, 2003 12:49 pm
- Forum: Casting & Foundry Work
- Topic: Seeding the forum with casting Do's and Don't's
- Replies: 33
- Views: 13478
Why not use an iron crucible for alum? Does that apply to a welded steel crucible also? Thanks, Larry