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A pin is a device used for fastening objects or material together, and can have three sorts of body: a shaft of a rigid inflexible material meant to be inserted in a slot, groove, or hole (as with pivots, hinges, and jigs); a shaft connected to a head and ending in a sharp tip meant to pierce one or more pieces of soft materials like cloth or paper (the straight or push pin); a single strip of a rigid but flexible material (e.g. a wire) whose length has been folded into parallel prongs in such fashion that the middle length of each curves towards the other so that, when anything is inserted between them, they act as a clamp (e.g. the bobby pin), or two strips of a rigid material bound together by a spring at one end so that, when the spring held open, one can insert some material between the prongs at the other end that, the spring allowed to close, then clamp the inserted material. According to their function, pins can be made of metals (e.g. steel, copper, or brass), wood, or plastic.
Anyone else ever think about oversizing their trigger pin holes, drilling and tapping them out to like 5/16 or 3/8" and tapping them (with a finer thread or specialty pattern) and then perm. installing them. Maybe even swage them in? And then drilling and tapping those steel inserts to...
I thought I might get into reloading, now deciding not to for 2021. Want to recoup my costs, so basically selling for my price.
2k Winchester SPP - $125 / 1000
2k Winchester SRP - $125 / 1000
9mm 115 gr bullets 1000 for - $122 - sold
22 Caliber .224 Diameter 55 Grain FMJ Boat Tail With...
Great condition thumbler tumbler model B. I painted the inside of the can on day 1 and upgraded from the wing nuts to plastic knobs. Comes with 5lbs of SS Pins. Will also include an RCBS media separator that had a broken handle but still works.
$200 FTF OC/clackamas**TRADE PENDING**
Are all decapping pins the same dimensions? RCBS, Lyman, Dillon, etc.
They sure are different priced!
Amazon.com : Lyman Decapping Pins 10 Pack : General Sporting Equipment : Sports & Outdoors
Amazon.com : Dillon Precision 21528 Pistol Decapping Pin 10 Pack Fit All Dillon Pistol Dies ...
I am still finding stuff in my safe. I have a slightly used Geissele SSA Trigger with .155 KNS Precision Anti-Rotating Pins and what I believe is an early BAD ambidextrous safety. The trigger has a couple hundred rounds on it. What you see in the picture is what you get. I'm asking $170 OBO FTF...
I’ve got two sets of KNS Gen G anti-rotation trigger pins. They are made to 0.155” diameter specifically for use with Geiselle triggers (but should work with any trigger if someone was looking for a tighter fit to the receiver).
After trying them out, I find that I just don’t like how they...
have a few take down pin sets and even more dust covers I don't need.
1 new strike industries billet ultimate dust cover in black $SOLD
1 new fde strike industries dust cover (not billet) $13
1 new black capsule design strike industries dust cover (not billet) $SOLD
1 fde mil spec dust cover...
New in the package. Only selling because I want the same trigger for every rifle. These are great triggers but the reset is a little too short for my needs. $108 shipped SOLD
Velocity 3.5lb or 4lb drop-in trigger
Federal HST 9mm +P 124gr
Winchester Ranger T-Series 127gr +P+ or 124gr +P
I got my ar back from a gunsmith, after a month wait I have to say the work is quite dissapointing. The front sight post was suppose to have taper pins and instead the "gunsmith" used roll pins because in his words it was "difficult" as he said. And the fsp is canted slightly to the left, any...
Some of the best targets out there. 10 bowling pins. As you can see, some outer coating is cracked but they can take a whole bunch of hits before they become useless. Price is $50 for the ten pins and prefer FTF pick up but I can deliver within a reasonable distance. Please PM me with any...
Does anyone have the measurements of where the pins will be based off either end of the sight itself that they can give me so I can make a mark where they are.. because someone has ground and possibly polished them down to a point where I can’t even identify them at all and I’ve punched and even...
Let's hear some tips for cleaning brass with a rotary tumbler. I have the Frankford Arsenal Platinum tumbler. 5LBS of stainless pins with 10 more lbs on order. Using the FA Brass pod packs... First load. Too much brass. Primer pockets still too dirty for my liking. Running a second time...
Or using a yard of masking tape for protection? It does not have to be that way! I have buggered my own beautiful work enough times a new option has been laid out and it is available for any brand of non-polymer receivers you own or buy from me (yes even the Anderson can have a status upgrade)...
So I bought a really nice colt 6940 as a police trade in. But they chopped the barrel to 10”. So I bought a new 16” 6940 barrel to swap it. And the special barrel nut tool. But the folding gasblock needs to be swapped onto it. With everywhere closed right now, I was wondering if anybody in the...