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 Post subject: Mauser bolt lapping sleeve
PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:30 pm 
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Ok here is my large and small ring threaded bolt lapping sleeve. it's spring loaded to help the process.
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I'll be able to use the spring loaded plunger on other receivers too.

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 Post subject: Re: Mauser bolt lapping sleeve
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 Post subject: Re: Mauser bolt lapping sleeve
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waltham41 wrote:
What does it do?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cor-K6bZpZ0
You put dykem on the back side of your locking lugs and push it in the receiver, this tool holds it against the locking area so you can get a true even lock up on the bolt as you lap it in with compound and check the mating surface area.

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Ok I've been working on one for the Mosin receiver also. As you see in the pics of the process it works. When I first checked it, only 1 lug was making contact. Under 30% at that.
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I took me a bit but hope it makes a difference. :stupid: :huh:

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