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Old 01-25-2012, 16:39   #9
bustedknee
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You need a hacksaw, a tennis ball and some lapping/grinding compound.

Cut it as square as possible then use the ball and abrasive compound to re-crown.

Or get a crowning cutter from Brownells.

Not that big a deal.

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