Blue Print Receiver and Cut and
The factory receiver is
disassembled and completely trued. The receiver face is machined true
to the bolt bore and threaded for the barrel. The end of the barrel,
which is made to be pressed and pined in the receiver, is cut off,
threaded and rechambered so that is screws back into the trued
receiver. The chamber is cut with a match 17HMR reamer from
Pacific Tool and Gauge. Now the barrel and bolt are in perfect alignment with the
blue printing and barrel work must both be done at the same time.
The factory trigger is reworked so
that it breaks clean and crisp at 3 lbs. The sear travel is
adjustable with an allen head screw.
Polish the Factory Sand Blasted
The factory bead blasts the steel
parts with course blasting media leaving an unsightly finish. This
finish is sanded smooth and machined polished, leaving a nice finish
that a serious shooting rifle should have.
Replace Barrel Screw with a Machined Screw
The factory flat
head screw function fine however, it is cheap looking. The screw hole
in the stock is bored out on a mill so it will accept a machined
bushing. The bushing placed in the milled out hole in the stock and a
stainless allen head screw is machine to fit the bushing. The job
leaves a very professional look to the rifle.
The action does
not set properly in the stock, causing uneven stress on the barrel
which effects the accuracy. The action is fully bedded and the first
1.5” of the barrel channel which will hold the action in precisely the
same position every shot.
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