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Old 08-08-2019, 12:47 PM
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I am looking for someone who can mill and thread a barrel for Savage 110 for a muzzle break to be installed. Preferably someone in N. OC or the surrounding area. Not looking for someone who will just send it off to someone else to do the machining. Any suggestions...
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Make a appt. And does while you wait. Take your muzzle brake with you.
He is in van nuys.

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Randall. Work is done while you wait and you get to watch. He threaded and installed a brake on my 700 5r.
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To jump in, Randall does work on Howa barrels as well? Just jumped on the Turner's deal. Want to get it cut down to 20" and threaded.
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To jump in, Randall does work on Howa barrels as well?
Only on Mondays and Thursdays.
The lathe does not speak Japanese on Tuesdays, Fridays or Saturdays.
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Only on Mondays and Thursdays.
The lathe does not speak Japanese on Tuesdays, Fridays or Saturdays.
That's a shame. I hope it learns Japanese for all 7 days in the week soon!

Call me dense, but I can't see past the humor right now, you only cut and thread barrels on Mondays and Thursdays? That is such a stupid question lol.
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That's a shame. I hope it learns Japanese for all 7 days in the week soon!

Call me dense, but I can't see past the humor right now, you only cut and thread barrels on Mondays and Thursdays? That is such a stupid question lol.
Howa is metric thread. He uses the other lathe for metric.
Not sure if he's joking or not.
But I would just thread it standard 5/8x24. Better choice of muzzle brakes.
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Good to know. I assumed it was already inch threads.

Sorry for thread jacking OP.
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Sundays, the lathes speak German.
Russian is on Wednesday and Friday.
Yiddish is every 3rd Tuesday with a full moon.
South African is Thursdays when it's sunny.
Thursdays when it's raining is reserved for Oregonians.

I cut and thread barrels every day but Sunday.
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