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- adj. Having a specified tolerance
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Way to many machine shops today still jack up the price of a part because of Geometric tol over the price of a conventionally toleranced part.
And they really would end up with more useable parts with the Geometrically toleranced parts.
Agreed that keeping these substances strictly zero-toleranced illegal creates the black market that becomes violent, however that does not invalidate any responsibility these people have for supporting a criminal exercise.
This could, however, be principally a problem that I have because I have an Oberland lower which is pretty finely toleranced.
Not quite, it's simply the case that the piston prevents you from properly free-floating the barrel, since you have (relatively loosely toleranced) moving parts attached to the barrel and you cannot guarantee that they will behave in exactly the same way from shot to shot, thereby interfering with the barrel harmonics.
Many of the 35 students, ages 12-17, are court-ordered into the program and have been zero-toleranced out of the local school system.
Look at the last three numbers in the VIN, this number was machine stamped at the factory with dies placed in a toleranced carrier to ensure they were perfectly aligned.