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    @5:54 - pipe deburrer

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    Quote Originally Posted by desbromilow View Post
    @5:54 - pipe deburrer
    I'd have said case deburring tool for primer pocket and case mouth for reloading ammo: https://www.forsterproducts.com/prod...eburring-tool/

    I have a much larger one for pipe up to 1" but even for 1/4" copper you need a larger grip area to hold it. https://www.swagelok.com/assets/imag.../MS-TDT-24.jpg

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    Absolutely correct, reloaders deburring tool. On the rare occasions I've parted off small short brass tubing to length, kept one in my Kennedy box. And no one else had ever seen such a tool. Saved a lot of time versus set-up and manipulating ID/OD chamfering tools.

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    Why fishermen's split shot in a machinist's toolchest ? When you don't want to mark the shaft with the setscrew, you drop one in the hole before you thread the setscrew in. Everybody knows that.

    Did he discuss the watch hand removing tool ? Here's a video describing its use...

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    Setscrew on split shot....sounds like a gourmet menu item.
    And about the same size portion....

    Never saw that kind of hand remover. Indicators would seem to work with same amount of press fit, but watching long ago, the tech used one screw operated. More or less a tiny fine-thread C-clamp, the stationary pad was notched. He was British, and may have made it himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mklotz View Post
    Why fishermen's split shot in a machinist's toolchest ? When you don't want to mark the shaft with the setscrew, you drop one in the hole before you thread the setscrew in. Everybody knows that.

    Did he discuss the watch hand removing tool ? Here's a video describing its use...

    marv - thanks for that pointer on the split shot - i'm so used to using strimmer line or clippings from brazing rod I'd overlooked sinkers for that purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    Absolutely correct, reloaders deburring tool. On the rare occasions I've parted off small short brass tubing to length, kept one in my Kennedy box. And no one else had ever seen such a tool. Saved a lot of time versus set-up and manipulating ID/OD chamfering tools..
    Indeed, though I prefer the Lee tool for case prep
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    Quote Originally Posted by desbromilow View Post
    marv - thanks for that pointer on the split shot - i'm so used to using strimmer line or clippings from brazing rod I'd overlooked sinkers for that purpose.
    Most split shot is too large for the miniature setscrew sizes I encounter frequently. Years ago I bought a bag of #9 bird shot from a reloading supplier; it's served many uses over the years. At 0.085" diameter it will fit in a 2-56 hole. Another use is for conformable weights when gluing odd-shaped structures...

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