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4/27/2017

Chamber Burnishing Tools for Low-, High-Volume Production

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Eastec 2017: Cogsdill Tool Products’ line of chamber burnishing tools (CBTs) offers a standard system for burnishing seven popular handgun chamber calibers and seven rifle chamber calibers.

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Cogsdill Tool Products’ line of chamber burnishing tools (CBTs) offers a standard system for burnishing seven popular handgun chamber calibers and seven rifle chamber calibers. The tools are easy to set up and use in low- or high-volume production, the company says. They can be used on a variety of machines to create an ultra-smooth chamber finish in one pass and in seconds. 

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