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lewellan2
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how does one jewel a bolt. are there kits (tools etc.) available somewhere?
Dano
GerryM
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Brownells sells a bolt jeweling jig.
It holds the bolt and allowes you to turn it to over lap
The patterns. It's really not hard. One way is to use Valve grinding compound and a pencil 's eraser in your drill press. apply the compound to the bolt body and use the pencil's eraser as a tool Like a dril bit to touch the bolt body . You can also use a very small steel brush that is round. Both work fine in the drill press.
sam3030
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Try a wooden dowel rod chucked up in a drill press, apply rubbing compound to the end of the dowel rod and lower the rod down onto the bolt, hold, raise, move bolt and repete. You will have no trouble as long as you have a drill press.
jerrschmitt
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Originally Posted by sam3030
Try a wooden dowel rod chucked up in a drill press, apply rubbing compound to the end of the dowel rod and lower the rod down onto the bolt, hold, raise, move bolt and repete. You will have no trouble as long as you have a drill press.


That's how I do it. This shows a 10-22



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