BobK wrote:Home gunsmithing also requires liberal use of a Dremel.
ArmedAviator wrote:I don't see why a Dremel would be needed for a sear job.... Seems kind of dangerous to me for reasons stated above. Maybe it'd be useful if I wanted to install the beavertail safety like Quack.
I was going to stick to the grind stones and file down the hammer hooks to .020" and to polish the contact surfaces. The sear jig and shim should get me the desired contact surface angle on the sear, no?
I've seen some videos mention rounding off the corner after you set the primary angle on the sear. Good or bad idea?
Brian D. wrote:BobK wrote:. . . liberal use of a Dremel.
I'm not sure if you say that with tongue in cheek.
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