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Help - Need to identify these pieces #7563136 07/24/19 01:39 AM
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Can anyone tell me what these are for? Found in bunch of reloading items stuffed into a Brownell's bag.

Best I can figure is that the 4 small ball bearings rest in each dimple and the two plates sandwich them to hold the bearings in place.

Beyond that I've got nothing. I just don't want to throw it away.

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Re: Help - Need to identify these pieces [Re: TXBoss] #7563181 07/24/19 02:49 AM
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Pretty sure those dimples are just marks left from molding, the push pins leave a mark on the product.


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Re: Help - Need to identify these pieces [Re: TXBoss] #7563234 07/24/19 04:30 AM
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The dimples are in the steel plate so I'm figuring they were put there for something?? It's not a molding, but stamped steel.

Still have no idea what this is.

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Anyone else.


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Re: Help - Need to identify these pieces [Re: TXBoss] #7572305 08/05/19 11:47 AM
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Could it be a base plate for a tripod head (swivel)?

Edit: I have seen these. Do you have a Rock BR front rest?

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Re: Help - Need to identify these pieces [Re: snake oil] #7578103 08/12/19 01:39 PM
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I don't...

found this with some other gun items that had other things mixed in.


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Re: Help - Need to identify these pieces [Re: TXBoss] #7578159 08/12/19 02:21 PM
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Not sure on size but might make good decoy weights if head fits through hole.


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