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Homemade Adaptor for Drilling Angled Holes in a Rifle Brake


BUILDER:
Gerald C on chaski.org
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade adaptor for drilling angled holes in a rifle brake. Utilizes a drill spindle running on two bearings that is clamped to a lathe's boring bar holder. A separate hand drill turns the spindle to make the required angled holes.
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Aug 29, 2014 3:22 AM
DIYer
Love innovative setups like these. Making do with what you have, instead of just spending money.
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DIYer says:
Aug 29, 2014 3:22 AM
Love innovative setups like these. Making do with what you have, instead of just spending money.

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