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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Enfield, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. Enfield

    Enfield New Member

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    Hi
    I aquired abox of Gun Junk recently and found this in there

    It may be gun related or may not - anyone got any ideas ?

    The yellow thing looks like a protective plastic cap from the manufacturer

    Cheers

    Enfield

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  2. 1shot1k

    1shot1k Former Guest

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    :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:
    Just dont know Pardner....?

    Exposed threads ends show obvious contact with outside wearing....

    Slot or cam slot on side is for placement alignment somehow.... maybe mortar, small recoiless rifle rig alignment piece or such.....

    interesting...suppose U got in "grab bag " or other parts had no such relations....?
  3. Bruce FLinch

    Bruce FLinch New Member

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    Well with that tape measure scale, you got me confused right off the bat! :confused::eek:

    I have no idea, but I would think the nut being tightened, would align or reshape something w/ the 'belled' end. Is that a dovetail cut into the shaft?

    The yellow cap is probably for protecting the threads.

    Now careful if Glocknut replies, He won't have a clue, but he'll come up w/ a cockamanee story to try to fool you...:D
  4. Enfield

    Enfield New Member

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    The other odds and ends were related to 303 Enfields, I know them reasonably well and know that it is not from them

    A bit of a mystery :confused:
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    Looks heavy. Maybe a backup weapon? Tasmanian throwing rod?:D It's getting late, must go to bed.;)
  6. Enfield

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    Durk Like it :D:D:D
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  7. Enfield

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    Sorry Bruce I used a metric rule - I should hve used the 12" rule ;)

    Well even if I don't find out what it is I am getting a good laugh from the answers :D

    looks like it's over to you Glocknut

    Cheers Guys
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    Whoops - Double posted somehow
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    Well .u know..with that bell or beveled end base..looks like it would tension somethin...obviously a mechanical tension or support for weapon or reload....
  10. TranterUK

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    Could be for drawing two components together under tension. :)

    If it is military I would say not the weapon, but support equipment, T and E gear, vehicle mount or similar.
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  11. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    It is an anchor bolt. sort of like a redhead.
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    That is most clearly a "thingamajigy" most often used in "whatchamacallits"
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    I'm thinking Ron is correct. There should be a split sleeve around the shank and a washer sitting on top. As you tighten the nut the sleeve expands.

    The notch in the shank helps to keep the whole thing from spinning.


    Art
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  14. ysacres

    ysacres Well-Known Member

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    It's the thangy we all made in high school metal shop I got an F cuz the Nut was Metric :mad:

    Wiseacre
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