Captive ring tip

Mauser44

John
User
Good morning.

Looking for captive ring tips. It seems that I always end up with a "lip" on the inside of the ring, and I spend a considerable amount of time sanding the ring with long strips of sandpaper.
Sometimes I wrap a sand paper to the body and spin the ring around it with mixed results.

Any tips to avoid or get rid of that lip efficiently?
Thank you
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Below is what I turned this weekend
 

Mike Davis

Mike
Corporate Member
I had the same problem, turns out I was not getting both sides cut to the same depth so it left an offset lip. Now I use a parting tool and calipers to get the depth on each side exactly the same then start undercutting. This has worked out much better for me.

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