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Reamer rental

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Mauser lover, Apr 25, 2013.

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  1. Mauser lover

    Mauser lover Member

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    Where is the best place to rent chamber reamers online? I have found a few, but if you have experience with any of them, I would love to hear what their customer service is like.

    Also, floating head, or solid head? Which is better, and why?

    edit: as a side note, will I be able to rechamber a .30-06 barrel to a .300 Win Mag without a lathe?
    This is almost unrelated to what I am asking for the reamer rentals for...
     
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  2. Bull Nutria

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    Mauser lover,

    Go over to Graybear outdoors forums and go to the handi rifle forum those guys are really into reamers they will be able to help you.

    Bull
     
  3. Mauser lover

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    Which H&R subforum should I ask in?

    I looked, and they (greabeard) has a rental section, but whenever somebody asked about a reamer that they didn't have, somebody always referred them to 4D Reamer Rentals. I looked at them, but was looking for somebody else... Just to have options.
     
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  4. HankC

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    I rent finish reamers from 4D Reamers a few times already, no problem. I always use solid head.
     
  5. NCsmitty

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    I've used 4D Reamer rentals before, and always a good experience with quality razor sharp reamers, and fast service.


    NCsmitty
     
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