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Wasnt trying to threadjack before, but wanted to know if you had a reccomendation on a bit or hone and jig for use in lengthening shotgun forcing cones? This is something I would like to do myself at some point.
 

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RICK,
Sorry I did not answer your question, there are no jiggs f.cones are cut by hand with a t-handle and a reamer (also by feel)I get mine from BROWNELLS(another advertisment) and depending on what length you want to achieve(I do 2.5") or chrome plated there are different reamer avalible( at $100.00 a pop) then you need a polish head stay away from flex hone on this job .I use the LISLE BARREL HONE SYSTEM, as thought to me by PRO-PORT.

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ron kontowsky
 

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Ron, thanks for the info. I placed my order with Brownells and should have the reamer and other goodies sometime next week.

They did not have the extra stones for the Lisle hone except as individuals, I was going to get the kit. But, I think I have a couple of ideas around that.
 

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Well guess what I found waiting for me this evening?? :lol:
I really like them folks at Brownells.

That reamer is a serious piece of metal! Now I need to round up a 7/16" t-handle and some cutting oil.

Since I was in a spending mood I also got a hair cut, ordered a campershell for my pickup, and what the heck locked in a mortgage rate....I'm on a one man mission to jump start the economy!!! :wink:
 
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