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Chamber Reamers For Rifle Work

Pre-Rougher Reamer for Riflework

This tool is used for pre-roughing of the cartridge chamber. The tool has a cylindrical shank and a square for use with a T-handle.

The guide is interchangeable and in the standard version made of brass. The pre-rougher has large flutes for fast working.

The high-speed profile gives short chips and less cutting force.

Optional fluted pilots are available. Optional carbide coatings are available.

Pre-Rougher Reamer for Riflework

Rouger Reamer for Rifle Work

This tool is used for roughing of the chamber for a rifle cartridge. The tool has a cylindrical shank and a square for use with a T-handle.

The guide is interchangeable and in the standard version made of brass.

The dimensions of the rougher are 0,10mm below CIP minimum.
Therefor the chamber is cut near the minimum dimension.

When cutting a lot of chambers in the same caliber, a pre-rougher is recommended.

Optional fluted pilots are available. Optional carbide coatings are available.

Rouger Reamer for Rifle Work

Finisher Reamer for Riflework

This tool is used to cut the chamber for a rifle cartridge,
but without rim and without forcingcone.

The tool has a cylindrical shank and a square for use with a T-handle.

The guide is interchangeable and in the standard version made of brass.

The dimensions of the standard finisher are 0,05mm over CIP minimum. Therefor a regrinding is possible.

Before using a finisher, it is recommended to use a rougher or a pre-rougher.

When beginning to cut a pre-roughed chamber, you must work very carefully,
to avoid the reamer to “hook in”.

If minimum chambers are needed, use a minimum reamer.

Optional fluted pilots are available.

Finisher Reamer for Riflework

Finisher Reamer for Rifle Calibers with rim

This tool is used to cut the chamber for a rifle cartridge, with rim but without forcingcone.

The tool has a cylindrical shank and a square foruse with a T-handle.

The guide is interchangeable and in the standard version made of brass.

The dimensions of the finisher with rim are 0,05mm over CIP minimum. Therefor a regrinding is possible.

Before using a finisher, it is recommended to use a rougher or a pre-rougher.

When beginning to cut a pre-roughed chamber, you must work very carefully, to avoid the reamer to “hook in”.

If minimum chambers are needed, use a minimum reamer.

Optional fluted pilots are available. Optional carbide coatings are available.

Finisher Reamer for Rifle Calibers with rim

Complete Reamer for Rifle Calibers

This tool is used to cut the chamber for a rifle cartridge with rim and forcingcone.

The tool has a cylindrical shank and a square for use with a T-handle.

The guide is interchangeable and in the standard version made of brass.

The dimensions of the complete reamer is 0,05mm (0,002”) over CIP minimum. So regrinding is possible.

Before using a complete reamer, it is recommended to use a rougher or a pre-rougher.

When beginning to cut a pre-roughed chamber, you must work very carefully, to avoid the reamer to “hook in”.

If minimum chambers are needed, use a minimum reamer.

Optional fluted pilots are available. Optional carbide coatings are available.

Complete Reamer for Rifle Calibers

Freebore Reamer for Rifle Calibers

This tool is used for cuting the forcingcone of chambers of rilfe cartridges.

The dimensions are exactly according to CIP for every caliber. The US manufacturers only have onereamer with a standard angle for all bullets of one diameter.

When using our separate forcingcone reamer, it is possible to variate the depth of the cone.
The tool has between 6 teeth (.17 calibers) and 10 teeth (.577 and bigger) for smoother cutting.

The tool has a cylindrical shank and a square for use with a T-handle.
The guide is interchangeable and in the standard version made of brass.

The diameter of G1are 0,01mm over CIP minimum, therefor regrinding is possible.
Because the forcingcones mostly have very small angles, only cut with less force to avoid “hooking in”.

For better guide the use of centercones is recommended.
Optional fluted pilots are available.