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Band Screw Size?

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    Posted: Nov 08 2019 at 7:31am
Anyone have the specs. on a T3 band screw? Size and pitch?

I have a band that I would like to keep, but Bubba tried to remove the screw and stripped-out the threads in the nut spot-welded to the band. I am thinking I can peen the band-nut and re-thread it....just need the tap size.
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[This refers to a type 2 but should be the same. On different one a guy used a 10-32 tap.URL=http://forums.thecmp.org/showthread.php?t=180830]http://forums.thecmp.org/showthread.php?t=180830[/URL]
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I have had zero luck ever trying to build threads with anybody’s brand of miracle goo. This is a 6-digit Inland well-traveled with a Winchester band that matches the finish of the rest of the gun, so I don’t want to toss the band.

I am going to try to peen the band and get a 10-32 tap to work. Screws are easy to come by and I wish it was just the screw, but it’s the threads in the nut.

If the spec. is 10-32.......that’s what I need to know.

Thanks.
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Hope it works out for you!
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