Ackley question

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by Milehighshooter, Jul 26, 2018.

  1. Milehighshooter

    Milehighshooter AH Enthusiast

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    That's the whole reason i bought the 117s, they were cheap and available. That way I can keep the 120 and 115 for hunting
     
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    It may be a Gibb chamber. Gibbs pushed the shoulder forward a bit
     
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    Gibbs or another, lesser known, inventor. Take it to a 'smith, have the chamber cast or try to get a measurement from a fired case.
    .Just noticed you're in Denver; take it to the gunsmithing school (forget the name at the moment) let a student get the practice and practical experience.
     

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