We at 4D Reamer Rentals LTD have long had requests for some kind of protection policy against the cost of broken, damaged or lost tools.There are a lot of considerations when creating such a plan to help protect our clients from possible expenses. So we surveyed clients to see what they wanted in a protection… Read more »
A client sent us the image below and asked if this came from us. It did not. Your account is managed by you on the web site, we will never send an email like this. Be safe out there!
Fall of 2020 issue of the “One Good Shot”, association President Art Lamontagne wrote about our services here at 4D. Art ordered the reamer on his own nickle and we did not know about his affiliation with the organization.
Our customer, Cody Smith wrote about his experience working with Forcing Cone tools in his revolver. It’s probably faster to download the file than waiting for it to load in the browser.
Serman L. Mays a stock maker with more than 40 years of hands on experience making, finishing and checkering stocks decided a few years back to write a couple of books to help noobs (New Bees) get started in the trade with fewer mistakes and faster success. His book on stock making is one result… Read more »
Being in the gun business for almost 40 years now I have become acutely aware if the lack of basics being taught in schools. In particular in Occupational Trades institutions. Before you send me a nasty gram defending your favorite school keep in mind I teach at one of these colleges and have friends at… Read more »
We recently put “Checkering, a book of checkering for the beginner” Back in print. This popular book deserved a second printing, so we did just that. It’s already on Amazon, on our site and soon will be in the hands of other book sellers. Just as the title indicates, this is a book that you can… Read more »
We stock Forster Headspace gauges for sale.
In 2018 a new condition became obvious to us here at 4D Reamer Rentals LTD. In the past we saw certain reamers receive damage because of aftermarket cylinders out of Russia or China. They were hardened by the maker to the point that only Carbide tooling could be used on them successfully. We had clients… Read more »
This week I really had to laugh! First, I had a client accuse us of using fine print, “the tool of Lawyers everywhere”! or something like that? Next complaint from a different client, “You don’t spell it out clearly enough!” Bottom line, you can’t please everyone, or at least this week, we can’t please anyone… … Read more »