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3 years 45 weeks ago, 7:50 AM

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I am thinking of installing these tactical knobs on a couple of my Remington 700's.Going to mill down original bolt knobs and thread stump.Wondering if anyone has experince with doing this with Badger Ordnance knobs?And how they may or maynot hold up.Figure they would being case hardened but looking at small finished threaed stump.Any you site smitty's(Greasey,Ace)know anything on the subject?Out of my realmof knowledge and expertise,looking for some help and opinions.Thanks guys.........and HELLO TO ALL! Happy New Year, good to be back on.

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 8:05 AM

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i'm not a gunsmith

but when I had mine installed, I asked if my GS used some type of locktite or else, he said that this torked so strongly there is no chance of it ever coming loose... 1 year down and still tightly secured

3 years 45 weeks ago, 8:09 AM

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thanks julio..........

was it a badger ordnance?

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 8:16 AM

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actually

it was some other company, i cant find the name, here at work, but it looks just the same. it was made in canada, we tend to have a lot less options for accessories here

3 years 45 weeks ago, 2:17 PM

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Find out and let me know if you would please.The bad. ord. looks a little shorter than the one I seen on the 700 USP like mine.Willing to look at other brands.Although the bad. ord. rings are the shit,alittle pricey but they are good heavy steel construction.

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 8:39 AM

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just called my GS

he said he deals with Kyle precision

http://www.kyleprecisionarms.ca/

but the websit seems to be in upgrade mode.

You might want to check out my GS's facebook, there was a picture of my bolt with the handle installed. (sorry if the link is not precise to the picture, my office won't allow facebook)

http://www.facebook.com/#/pages/E-M-Precision/231073744195?ref=search&si...

3 years 45 weeks ago, 9:11 AM

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many thanks Julio

will check it out!

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 10:22 AM

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Glockman...........

What brand is the tac knob in your pic?

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 10:49 AM

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It's a Badger Ordinance Knob. You can find out more here:

http://badgerordnance.com/tactical-bolt-knob/

More information:
Oversized bolt knob allows fast, easy access to bolt, even with gloved hands. No more holding the bolt handle with two fingers to pass the scope bell. The extra size and length gives unparalleled control of the bolt. Provides extra leverage for stuck rounds. 7075 T6 Aluminum alloy to keep the weight down and a Mil-spec Hardcoat anodized finsih to last a life time. Weight: 3 oz.
P/N 306-31

3 years 45 weeks ago, 11:12 AM

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Glockman...........

that is the same knob I have.The one you have in pic is not the same,it's all one piece with the arm connected to the bolt.that part number is the knob only.Did you have it done or was it on there when you bought the weapon?

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3 years 45 weeks ago, 12:11 PM

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http://www.tacticalworks.com/TacOps-Oversized-Tactical-Bolt-Knob.html

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
3 years 45 weeks ago, 12:26 PM

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I already have the knob but thanks for the info.

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