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tackit - May 9, 2009 02:44 PM (GMT)
With a little experimenting you could clain your shavings to be better.

http://www.frontiermetalcleaner.com/

Franzę - May 9, 2009 06:11 PM (GMT)
This might be BerKweer's brother. Definitely another bullshyt merchant.

When I read the "how it works" part he hit the bullshyt detector. The fibers of steel wool pads are not round, the fibers are actually shaved off a sheet of steel. I watched that program on how stuff's made.

A bore that is leaded will respond well to mercury, no damage to the bore or rifling. A bore that is loaded with powder residue responds well to sodium silicate based cleaners, which can be enhansed using DC electric.

A rusty bore can easily be handled with electrolytic rust removal. It won't restore steel that has rusted away, but it will remove the rust.

This guy is a candidate for the BerKweer Hall of Fame, but he won't make it without American Flags and a broad with a big pair.

storts1 - May 10, 2009 03:56 AM (GMT)
Wow,Paying for dinner must of had a rotton Milk shake,Sorry,Robs a Only child like me!!!!!?????????????????? Call 999111 :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Double HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P :P :P :P

Franzę - May 10, 2009 04:27 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (storts1 @ May 9 2009, 10:56 PM)
Wow,Paying for dinner must of had a rotton Milk shake,Sorry,Robs a Only child like me!!!!!?????????????????? Call 999111 :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Double HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P :P :P :P

Ya know Jack, I've known you a number of years, seen you do some things I didn't believe, learned a few things from you, and wore out no fewer than 7 trifocular welding helmets and a gross of decoder rings tryin to make sense out of some of your posts.

I'll be damned if I can understand why you stand behind and up for a punk scammin bustard who tells people it's safe to glue PVC together and pressurize it with air so he can steal 10 bucks out of their pocket. Jazuz Jack, did you ever take a good look at some of the shyt that guy calls welding and proudly posts on the web? Did you ever stop to think what the possibility is when some dimwitt builds a PVC BOMB?

That punk went across the web like a dose of the shyts hitting every damn board he thought he could peddle his crap plans on, calling it a PAblaster, (Pressure Assist) and didn't have a flippin clue he was misrepresenting what happens in a percolating pot. Anything For A Buck, right Jack? Have your wife flop her boobs so you can peddle another set of plans to some chump. That shyt just don't float in my world!

storts1 - May 10, 2009 04:54 AM (GMT)
If I knew he was going to hurt some one! id be the first to say it, and i break his balls on his welding as bad as your brazing job on the skeeter killer!!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Ive told him on the forum,that he should take that 15 ft mig cord (squirt gun) ,and tie it in a Knot!!,,then I posted a Nice jet weld,that looked like a machine put it on!!


How many people pipe there shop with pvc pipe???????I would never, I willl make sure i Break his chops on the forum about the PVC!!!!!!!!! !! and will copy and paste it.!!!!!!!! OK????????????????

Franzę - May 10, 2009 05:20 AM (GMT)
Just WHAT is wrong withthe brazing on that device Jack? I built that thing what 5 years back and it still works and hasn't sprung a leak yet.

tackit - May 10, 2009 08:34 AM (GMT)
I remember an engineer saying he was using PVC for his shops airlines and quoting it's specs to prove his using it.

I said to myself, he must not be a very well paid egineer. I would be afraid of bumps or something flying from a grinder hitting it or it suddenly bursting apart after the glue starts breaking down over the years.

If he used Chinese manufactured PVC he bought down at the local ACE hardware he's really foolish. You know it's being made in plants that have at best shabby quality control.

I would feel safer running NAPA air hose.

JT Metalworks - May 10, 2009 04:58 PM (GMT)
I actually thought about marketing my 6061 shavings as eco friendly scouring pads, but I just can't bring myself to harm my reputation like that. B)

Besides, I don't want to deal with any more green people than I have to. I'm all about taking the MORON's green money, but I can't stand the drivel that conversing with them involves.

I'd much rather continue taking money from people I can at least respect.

tackit - May 11, 2009 07:15 PM (GMT)
They can be dropped on the ground around ham and CB antennas to help reflect signal too.

Franzę - May 12, 2009 02:24 AM (GMT)
In reality there is little danger to PVC air lines.
The danger is from fools who fail to properly install and employ PVC air lines.




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