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Old 06-04-2013, 10:15 PM   #11
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Hey pure, you need to make a tutorial on how you change out the weights in your buffers, and mebbe, just a stippling one too.

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Old 06-26-2013, 03:40 AM   #12
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Hey pure, you need to make a tutorial on how you change out the weights in your buffers, and mebbe, just a stippling one too.
I'd also love to see the buffer weight experience!
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I pour my own lead , a full buffer of lead will make it 4.2-4.3 oz. If u need to go heavier you have to get into tungsten powder . I like to pour them in 3 pours so I have 3 different weights , you can always remove material off of each , I remove small amounts with a belt sander to fine tune .You can cut smaller sizes with a band saw . I pour it in the buffer then pitch the buffer into water it will cause the lead to shrink a bit so it can be removed from the buffer

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Here are a couple I had in the parts box

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