Use a round file
to slowly increase the size of the hole until the grip fits the rod blank along its full length, and the grip slides down the tapered rod blank to its final position.
TOOLS: Drill with 5/8-inch masonry bit, 1/4-inch round file
, paintbrush, shears (sharp), bucket
Using a small, round file
, make a wide groove about 3/4" from the end.
The new extractor needs a radius to better fit the cartridge and the use of a fine, round file
to form the angle is best.
That right there is the difference between making a project viable and throwing it in the round file
. If you can create a compelling story and vision, you certainly have the wind in your sails in terms of pricing and interest rates."
The blades can be sharpened using a 1/4-inch round file
, the same way you would a chain saw blade.
He used only a round file
, a vise welded to the bucket of his tractor, and a well-trained eye to get results that sent long curls of wood showering out of the saw tie gave me to cut through oak, maple and hickory.
Most of Hernandez' fundraising letters to major companies in town had gone directly into the round file
. He repeatedly was told he was wasting his time, but with the help of then-Boyle Heights Councilman Arthur K.
Use a hole saw or drill a small hole, and enlarge it with a round file
. A perch, which some birds like, can be made by gluing a 1-1/2" long twig in a small hole 3/4" below the entrance.
I used a small round file
to finally form the 0.085-inch, half-moon rear sight aperture, which permits the 0.190-inch front bead to just fit the aperture borders with the eye 16 inches from the rear sight.
Three one-inch-wide cutting claws can be resharpened with a quarter-inch round file
. They'll give bunnies or groundhogs a knock-out punch, or help snag grass and vegetation to prevent arrow loss while stump shooting.
You may have to use a round file
to enlarge the holes a little, but you want the cross pipes to fit tightly.
If you "goof" and the hole is not perfectly square with the side of the elevator, you can take a small round file
and elongate the 1/4-inch hole up and down slightly.
If you don't have a 1/2" drill bit, use a 3/8" or a 7/16" drill bit and then use a round file
to enlarge the hole to 1/2".