Reamer – Tools & Hardware in Home
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I received the following email from a gunsmith who wanted to share his thoughts about my reamer rental request. He indicated that he was unavailable but would try me if I had a question about gunsmithing tools for rent. When I called him six days ago, he explained that he was using it last weekend to install gun parts. He made all of the repairs on Saturday and was able to have the tool back in service by Monday afternoon. I was impressed with his knowledge of the product and his promptness in returning the instrument.
The gunsmith shared some tips with me on my next job. If you are like most people, you probably have guns that you are not using or even trying to preserve. This could include rifles, shotguns or any other weapon. Now you may wonder why anyone would rent a reamer when they have a gun already. The simple answer is that sometimes a gun can get so dirty that a regular cleaning becomes too costly. So, if you are someone who likes to do your own cleaning or you just need a little help when you are fixing something, a reamer rental makes a great option.
The yellowbook or black book provides the basics when it comes to gunsmiths tool rentals and gun maintenance. I printed the yellowbook out six days ago and took it with me to the gunsmith’s shop. I sat for about an hour and learned quite a bit. The gunsmiths didn’t have anything new to teach me, but I learned a few things that will come in handy the next time I am needing repairs on a gun.
I took the reamer rentals and went home to put them to use. Well, they worked great. There were no more problems with jams or slow firing. The gun ran as smooth as could be and I was able to maintain accuracy better than I had ever done before.
About six days ago, I took the gun to the gunsmiths for a tune up. I wanted to take care of any rough edges on the reamer so that they did not cut into my hands on purpose. What I learned was that there were rust spots on the reamer and also rust on the gears. It took a bit of time to get those rust spots out but I did finish cleaning them off on the day I got back from the gunsmith’s shop. Now, every time I take the rifle out I am thankful that I have a chamber reamer to use.