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checkering tools

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by b12, Aug 31, 2009.

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  1. b12

    b12 Well-Known Member

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    Anybody out their have any used but in good condition checkering tools. I would prefer carbide if possible. It seems the stuff that is out their today is made to a lower standard.
     
  2. Dennis DeVault

    Dennis DeVault Well-Known Member

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    Brownells carries a good line of carbide checkering tools. It is what my wife uses here. There are also other web sites that carry good carbide hand tools for checkering.

    Dennis
     
  3. phirel

    phirel TS Member

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    Hand checkering tools are cheap. I sold my MMC tool a couple of years ago but still have a large collection of hand tools. I would suggest getting new ones. I preferred the replaceable cutting heads. They are handy for more than just checkering.

    Pat Ireland
     
  4. Gatguy

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    Using good, new checkering tools is a small price to pay for a first-rate job. Buying used checkering tools is like buying a used saw blade at a garage sale, after you've used them, you'll hate yourself in the morning! At the $3.00 aprox. that Brownell's charges for cutters it will make your job much easier as the new cutter will 'take ahold' and not skitter off ruining your finish.
    Dick C.
     
  5. Robe763

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    go to J&R Engineering website they are the maker of the carbide tools that Brownell sells. you can buy them directly from J&R Engineering. The carbide tools are not cheap but they last a lot longer than the gunline or Dembart cutters. They also make the Doiron power checkering system. Not sure how to do the link but you can copy and past this and it should take you to the site.

    www.gis.net/~doiron
     
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