PTG Bolt Face Lapping Tool Remington 700

Product #: 493220 Baker #: 146975 UPC #: 6112046975
Ships 12/01/2015 from MidwayUSA
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  • Information
For the utmost in accuracy, the bolt face should be perpendicular (square) to the centerline of the bore and chamber. On production rifles, no special attention is normally given to the squareness of the bolt face as it relates to the chamber, which provides the gunsmith with another opportunity to improve the accuracy of a factory rifle. To use this tool, simply screw it into the receiver threads, apply polishing compound to the face of the mandrel and use a 3/8" electric drill to turn the mandrel and polish the bolt face square to the centerline of the bore.

Technical Information

  • Tool Steel

  • Screws into receiver threads (barrel must be removed)
  • 3/8" hand-drill is then used to rotate the center shaft of tool against the bolt face (once 600 grit polish has been applied) to smooth and polish the boltface for better case head support and more positive headspacing.
  • Must be done before final headspacing
  • Lap is .475" diameter to fit 243, 308, 30-06 case head diameter cartridges
  • Lap center shaft length 4"
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