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wtb washers for comb

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by nailer123, Jan 3, 2009.

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  1. nailer123

    nailer123 TS Member

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    Where can i find washers for my comb.Some one on here had some cant find the thread.
     
  2. grunt

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    Phil Kiner sold them on his web site.
     
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    Hi nailer, ACE hardware has washers that will work they have Black rubber, also Brass and also white Nylon,,,,,,,
     
  4. Phil Kiner

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    I have them for sale $6.00 @ www.philkiner.com
    Additionally I will sell refills for $3.00 w/o the caribiner after you have purchased original set.
     
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    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    check with dennis at ncp products on this site. he also sells them
     
  6. nailer123

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    Motordoctor I cant find ncp can you help
     
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    www.devaultindustries.com

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  8. grunt

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    Phil's washer assortment includes washers of different thickness for fine tuning .
     
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    We sell the DeVault washers. They are color coded for individual adjustments and ease of use.

    In addition, they are available with alternate post dimensions.

    Take a peek.

    Windy City Shooting Sports
     
  10. Dodgeram

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    I picked some white plastic washers from the hardware department at Lowes last summer that worked great for my sons SKB.

    Doug
     
  11. djpk69

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    Phil, quite frankly, your washers are WAY too big O.D. I bought them and can't understand how they would be so BIG on the Outside Diameter? My originals are perhaps 5/8's inch OD / 3/8's I.D........your's are 1 1/8th OD....still with the same I.D.
    I'm sure they wouldn't "protrude" outside my comb......but why NOT a SMALLER O.D. ? I'm sure it doesn't matter ......."technically"....but ..."cosmeticaly" I won't USE them .
     
  12. Phil Kiner

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    My last washers were 1" OD and there were several comb hardware styles that have the post inset into the stock and the 1" spacer would "fall in" so I had this batch made with wider OD for this reason only.

    If you give your address I will send you some that are 3/4 OD -They are different colors if that matters.
     
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    Actually, I always thought the larger OD washers looked better in a stack.
     
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    I use O-rings. Had different thicknesses, found the right one, done.

    HM
     
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