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Old 04-07-2010, 07:12 PM
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For those of you who occasionally remove the barrels and barrel nuts there is a guy on rim-fire central who has developed a barrel nut wrench for our pistols. These nuts are known to work loose over time because there was no tool that fit properly allowing a good snugging, until now. It will look like the one below for the S&W TRR8 only smaller and one for another S&W revolver, plus he also makes them for the Dan Wesson revolvers.



Here is his contact info below, but it may not be allowed for me to have his contact info in this thread. If so I'm sure the moderator could just delete the portion with the contact info. I have told him he needed to join the S&W forum just to list his products for sale. He has done an add on the Dan Wesson forum.

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210 South Park Street
Richmond, OH 43944
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Cool!! I may have to get one if I ever pull the pin on getting a can for my 422.
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Those are the cats meow on 22 rim-fire, but the cost factor....WOW!!!
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Eric is also making firing pins for the 42, 622, 2206 line!
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