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WTB chekering tool to deepen boarder

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Bushmaster1313, Apr 20, 2009.

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  1. Bushmaster1313

    Bushmaster1313 Well-Known Member

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    I need a small thin checkering tool to deepen the border of the checkering on the Remington TC stock I am refinishing.

    This is my first refinishing project and in order to mask the checkering I plan on deepening the border, covering with masking tape, impressing the border and cutting the outline with a hobby knife.

    I would like to buy a very thin small checkering tool.

    If anyone has one to sell or can tell me what to get and where to order it thank you very much.

    P.S., just saw my two spelling mistakes in the title!

    Lou
     
  2. GordonWood421

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    Brownell's is a fair source .

    Charlie
     
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    I was hoping someone could tell me which tool to get

    Lou
     
  4. johnjohn91387

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    Lou,

    The link above is from Brownell's catalog.

    The "Number 1 Single Line" states it will do exactly what you are looking to do.

    You want what is called a "single line cutter".

    You will also need to buy a handle for the cutter head.

    I hope this helps you find what you need.

    Regards,


    John Malcolm
     
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