Hand Tools

Subject:
Re: Other things that unicorning allows

Steve Voigt
Not bad, but if you are going to do more than a few, you don't want a reamer--you want one of these:

https://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tnpla/85424521?&cid=ppc-google-New+-+Abrasives+-+PLA_sqF1QRi19___164124448223_c_S&mkwid=sqF1QRi19%7cdc&pcrid=164124448223&rd=k&product_id=85424521&pgrid=35979529326&ptaid=pla-115450587614&gclid=CjwKCAjw87SHBhBiEiwAukSeUUeseYMJiwM0OxCNJmv6DjEGMbXNLuuyCz4oszYCjzeNmNsZy9W35BoCr28QAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

You can get them from lots of places, some with free shipping--this is just an example.
In the machine shop, this thing was always in my apron pocket--I used it all the time. Some old timers used a knife, but the knife was triangular (like a saw file with the teeth ground off).
For small holes, these are handy:
https://www.mscdirect.com/product/details/00600262

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