to fill up holes in barrels, etc., and a thousand and one others. One of its most important uses is that of producing a beautifully matted surface on sight ramp, top of barrel, or even on receiver. This is described in a later chapter.
It would be possible to go on almost indefinitely naming the uses of dental instruments in gunsmithing—but one must stop sometime. For a good while I used the dental engine principally for matting,
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