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Paul in OKC

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My time is some what limited, but I would be willing to help. I am a machinist, 37 years now. More proficient in manual, but reasonable knowledge in Cnc as well.
 

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hi Paul I'm in Tuttle. Don't need an actual mentor but would love someone to clarify a few things from time to time.
 

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Hi Paul. I might be quite interested. I am looking to learn how to chamber, thread and set up barrels for gunsmithing purposes. I have little to no knowledge but like to learn new things. I know my way around a rifle very well, just dont know anything about machining or working a lathe. I am up in Tulsa.
 

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Thanks guys. Forgot I put this out there :) I am learning some gunsmithing as well, so can help chambering. Also be glad to answer any questions. PM or email is best to contact me.
phdesigns1@yahoo.com
 

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Glad to see you're still around. when questions pop up I will email.. thanks for the heads up and your kind offer!
 

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My time is some what limited, but I would be willing to help. I am a machinist, 37 years now. More proficient in manual, but reasonable knowledge in Cnc as well.
I would love to pick ur brain and learn all I can I have a van Norman 22Lu more lol I am in the works of getting back running I do have a question for u now if u don't mind it has a r8 adapter in it now but with it being so old I need to make my own draw bar for this can u tell me what the treads on a r8 collet are please and thank you for take I g u time to sphere the wisdom u have I want to do every thing by hand

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R8 collets have a 7/16-20 thread in them.
 

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Thank u very much

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Hello I have a problem I ave asked other people and keep getting treated as if I am dumb just because I don't know I have the reverse switch and a 120/220 motor I wired the motor up and did it wrong.and it RU s back words I under stand how to change that I need to know how I would run 120 to the reverse switch and then wire the motor to the switch here is what I am working with 3eca43d2f20da81b9183646ffbb15cbe.jpg 7c0c249892ad53e1ea0ca559277ec9e1.jpg . Can u please help me thank u

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Paul in OKC

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Sorry, haven't checked in here in a bit. Afraid I am not much help here. Electrical is tough enough when right in front of me, let alone thru pictures!
 
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