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KCS, first is the Handle and the top part of the leg on the CCCane I am machining.
Second is a Ruger P-94 40 caliber pistol that was in my friends truck, he thought is was ready for the trash, this is what it looked like when he brought it to me.
I told him most likely it just needs cleaning and he thought I was joking.
Third picture is now, I striped it down and completely cleaned the gun, then I tested all the springs to make sure the truck fire had not reduced their tension or compression, thin I made a new bullet follower in the magazine that had melted when the fire had cooked off a fully loaded magazine, to save the magazine.
Next I will blue the slide that I re-heat treated just to be on the safe side and then I will make some custom grips out of Black Walnut for him. All this will cost him for the materials I used to make the bullet follower, about $0.15...
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This is my machine shop.
I make parts and glad to help anyone if I can.
I designed and built the monorail hoist to relieve my back, moving heavy items around my shop with the touch of a finger.
my horizontal metal cutting band saw can cut any metal up to 7” in diameter.
my twenty ton hydraulic press can make metal as hard as copper swage with ease, I make my own Lead wire to make bullets from. I have designed and made a set of DIES to swage 9mm brass from copper refrigerant tubing and I will try it on aluminum tubing to use in a leave behind situation. Next is a set of DIES to make .223/5.56 rifle brass.