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Hand checkering tools

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by gun fitter, Jul 14, 2013.

  1. gun fitter

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    Rodger I have one not really looking to sell but I should point out that Gunline makes one with a bend after the checkering head and I find i like the gunline better for most jobs. H-1
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    Brownells carries both Dem-Bart and Gun Line checkering tools.

    Not sure what you mean by double post - both of these can be had with multi cutters, or a guide and cutters that allow you to trace old patterns to clean them up rather than to cut new ones.
     
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    He is looking for the one that you can see around it has a handle that attaches to the sides of the head and is open front and back for more visibility.
    Joe
     
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    I think that I have what you are looking for. It is an open in the middle holder with the cutting tool at the end. I have several different cutting tools that go with it. Also, a tool which has a small hole at the end so that the cutters can be changed. Both tool are new and made by Dem-Bart. I bought them from Brownell's and don't think that I ever used them. Make me a reasonable offer and they are yours. Please PM me for more info.
     
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    How many lines per inch?
     
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    Thx All I'll send some PMs out for more information.
     
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    I think the tools you are speaking about are made by W.E. BROWNELL, San Diego Calif. Midway used to carry them, but they are discontinued. They still make them. I use them.
     
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    I think they where actually made for Brownell's to sell under there name. At least I remember them being listed as Brownell's handles in their catalog. I thought I seen them as Dem-Bart related also.
     
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