Either a 338 Ultra Mag… or a Nifty Paperweight Part 3

Before moving on with this installment, I thought it might be a good time to comment on the use of hand tools of this type, versus use of a more elaborate set of tools that require the use of a lathe; both types intended for the same purposes. Both approaches…

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