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Discussion in '1911 Gunsmithing' started by Trent, Dec 24, 2011.
This is one of the gifts I got from my parents... Time to break it in on something...
I'll send ya my SA GI and you can;
checker front strap 20 lpi
new 10-8 sights
You can polish your snakes too!!
Seriously though... a very handy tool... congrats!
Learn how to detail strip a 1911 first...that might help you. :lol:
You meant the Dremel doesn't do it for you???
Cool gift Trent. Just giving ya a hard time.
Dremel is a great tool. Just learn to use it judiciously and it can yield some good results.
The cordless ones aren't as powerful as the ones you plug in. With a cordless, it takes twice as long to ruin your feedramp or barrel throat.
Congrats on the Dremel my friend:thumb:
You'll have to accesorize that you know......
More bits, flexable shaft, 90 degree.
Then you'll decide you need more power. :nod:
Yeah, they should have given you a Foredom, with it you only have to think a bad thought!
Congrats, nice gift.
Dandy tool....Remenber though, a dremel can be your best friend......or worst enemy.
Now go to the local Dremel college for 2 years of study in Dremelology.:whoo:
Put the dremel down...walk away while you are still ahead!!!!! LOL!
I think I am gonna buy another Glock to "destroy"!
I just picked up a 1st Gen,....want some practice? ound:
let him go!!! I can use the work! :tongueout:
here is one that was sent to me from a customer trying a reduction & stippling Trent. Can you do better than him?