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Perazzi stock wrench size?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by rookieshooter, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. rookieshooter

    rookieshooter Active Member

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    TM1 to be exact. socket size
     
  2. mxsst

    mxsst Active Member

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    If the TM series are the same as the MX series it will be a 5mm Long series hexagon key "Allen key"

    Phil
     
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  3. Grand American

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    TM1 and MX series use the same stock wrench, also stock wrench can be
    used to remove TM forend iron.
     
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  4. Don Rackley

    Don Rackley Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    5mm is correct and yes, it also removes the outer tube on the TM forend.

    I sell nice stock wrenches on my webstore.

    Don
     
  5. RichTozer

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    5mm long shank hex. Can also use a ball driver.
     
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  6. BENCHREST

    BENCHREST Active Member Supporting Vendor

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    Get a 6MM long shank too, if you have a Beretta.
     
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  7. trapp2012

    trapp2012 Active Member

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    5mm your local Lowes or Home Depot should carry nice T-handled long shaft allen key wrenches. Could check Harbor Freight if you have one close, although junk tools they carry a heck of a warranty (life time, no questions asked).
     
  8. rookieshooter

    rookieshooter Active Member

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    Thanks for all the help. One of my trap shooting friends who has worked for Kriegoff and Zoli had a few laying around. He gave me one that was made by Arndt tool company of Germany. I also needed the wrench to remove the iron from forend so I could refinish it.
     
  9. stockmaker12

    stockmaker12 Well-Known Member

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    what are you going to use to finish it? The checkering looks worn are you going to recut the checkering?
     
  10. rookieshooter

    rookieshooter Active Member

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    Yes, going to have a stock maker do the checkering including the grip. My friend Pat Owens recommends him and he's not too far away. I'm no stock maker by any means, but here is after I finished stock including cutting for the comb adjuster which is an old broken Danuser recoil device that I modified to a comb adjuster. Has plenty of vertical travel.
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  11. stockmaker12

    stockmaker12 Well-Known Member

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    you should do the checkering before you apply any finish. you should strip the checkering with a good finish remover first.
     
  12. rookieshooter

    rookieshooter Active Member

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    Can I tape around the checkering then use a finish remover?
     
  13. stockmaker12

    stockmaker12 Well-Known Member

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    when i refinish i do the finish removal and recut the checkering first its easier. You can recut the checkering by itself but it is a bit harder.
     
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