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ACU'RZR PRICES PACO

#1 Post by Paco » Sat Nov 01, 2008 8:34 pm

I HAVE BEEN ASKED SEVERAL TIMES ABOUT ALL THE TOOLS AND THEIR PRICES....
SO HERE THEY ARE, I DON'T CHARGE POSTAGE TO MEMBERS OF OUR SITE... (THAT'S A $3 TO $5 SAVING, ALL ACCORDING TO WEIGHT)
ALL TOOLS CAN BE CUSTOM CUT FOR TARGET AND EURO BARRELS.... JUST LET ME KNOW WHAT FIREARMS YOU USE MOST....

THE SIMPLE PHASE 3 IS A BASIC ACU'RZR THAT MAKES A .223 OR .224 REFORMED BULLET, COMES WITH ALL THREE FORMING RODS.... $65

THE PHASE 4 IS FOR THOSE FOLKS LIKE ME THAT HAVE A NUMBER OF 22 RIMFIRE FIREARMS... FOUR FORMING CHAMBERS .222 THRU .225 ALL RODS.$75 TO
FIND THE RIGHT DIAMETER FOR THE BEST ACCURACY FOR EACH FIREARM....

YOU CAN GET UP TO DATE INFORMATION ABOUT MY TOOLS AT: [url=http://www.pacotools.com]www.pacotools.com[/url]

ALL ACU'RZRS ARE MADE ON A SIMPLE LATHE AND CHAMBERED WITH CUSTOM CHAMBERING REAMERS (PATENT PENDING) THE PHASE 4 AND THE MAXI SERIES ARE NOW SHIPPED IN A NEAT STORAGE BOX....
THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST.................. PACO :)
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#2 Post by BUCKNIFE » Sun Nov 02, 2008 3:30 pm

PACO DID YOU RECEIVE MY EMAIL? BUCKNIFE
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#3 Post by Andrew » Sun Nov 02, 2008 5:22 pm

Thank you for the info, Paco.
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#4 Post by AmBraCol » Fri Jan 23, 2009 10:38 am

Check out the new banner to the updated ACU'RZR page on the http://www.leverguns.com main page. We're still filing down the rough edges, but it's mostly there now - I think... :)
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#5 Post by bsaride » Sat Jan 31, 2009 11:43 pm

Paco,

I would like to get a tool in 22 Short. I will be shooting 22CB in a small H&R Young American.
Caliper measurement of barrel is .224-.225, chamber mouths run .229-.231.

I will take whatever you think is best as far as which tool I need.

Let me know how much to send and I will get a check out next week.

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#6 Post by AmBraCol » Sat Jan 31, 2009 11:52 pm

bsaride wrote:Paco,

I would like to get a tool in 22 Short. I will be shooting 22CB in a small H&R Young American.
Caliper measurement of barrel is .224-.225, chamber mouths run .229-.231.

I will take whatever you think is best as far as which tool I need.

Let me know how much to send and I will get a check out next week.

Jay
Jay? Here's the info:
*The 22 SS (SuperShorts) Acu’rzr Deluxe is for 22 rimfire shorts. This small tool finally gives the 22 short shooter the accuracy from some brands of inexpensive 22 rimfire shorts that has been missing all these years, it comes with all three forming rods.... $55 post and handling $4.
And here's the link to the order form. Looks like it'd be $59 post paid.

http://www.leverguns.com/store/acurzrorder.htm
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#7 Post by scarville » Tue Feb 24, 2009 8:25 pm

Is the accurizer still available?
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#8 Post by AmBraCol » Tue Feb 24, 2009 10:19 pm

scarville wrote:Is the accurizer still available?
Yes, we lost the new page in a recent server crash. It'll be up ASAP. I'll post here once I get it going again.
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#9 Post by scarville » Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:57 pm

Thank you. I'll check back periodically.
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#10 Post by AmBraCol » Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:15 am

scarville wrote:Is the accurizer still available?

OK. Here's the new page for it. Had to rebuild after we lost the other one in a server crash.

http://www.leverguns.com/store/acurzr.html

And here's the order form.

http://www.leverguns.com/store/acurzrorder.html
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#11 Post by paulyseggs » Wed Jun 03, 2009 9:03 pm

Paco have you tried the accurzed loads in a ar15 conversion kit?

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#12 Post by GabbyHaze » Sun Jul 12, 2009 4:35 pm

I'll be ordering one soon. I've been eying them for months now and decided I have to order one. Talk to ya on pay day.


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#13 Post by AmBraCol » Tue Jul 14, 2009 11:02 pm

paulyseggs wrote:Paco have you tried the accurzed loads in a ar15 conversion kit?

I'm not Paco nor have I tried 'em in an AR15 conversion. However, I've been quite pleased with their performance in a 10-22, Remington pump and a Single Six. The version with the slightly smaller hollow point and more rounded nose profile works pretty good in the semi-auto and pump. I've not had a chance to do extensive testing but like what I've seen so far. I see no reason why they'd not work in the AR15 conversions.
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#14 Post by scarville » Mon Jul 27, 2009 12:56 pm

I love this tool! I recently did a range test of modified versus unmodified ammo.

My test guns were a Browning BL-22 with a Tasco 1X32 Propoint and a S&W 617 with 4" bbl and stock sights. I tested American Eagle 40gr LRN, Blazer 40 gr LRN and Federal 40 gr copper plated round nose. The only shape I tested that day was the Cup Nose. I had already determined that the .223 dia worked best in the two test guns.

I fired groups with the modified and unmodified rounds at 25 yards. In every case the accurized groups were about 50% the size of the before groups. What really impressed me was the consistency between the different brands after modification. Similar sized groups in the same place.

I forget my camera so no pictures. :-(

The two problems so far are:
  • The modified bullets won't feed in autoloaders. I tried them in a Ruger 22/45 and a 10/22 but both had constant jams from the flattened nose not feeding correctly.
  • I can't use it on the Aguila SSS rounds. The bullet gets pushed back and there is a noticeable bulge just ahead of the case.


Once I get through the surgeries on my wrists I am headed back to the range for some more playing around with this amazing tool. I am also ordering the tool for the CB caps.
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#15 Post by mike_rogroove » Sat Sep 05, 2009 7:30 pm

How long does it take to recieve the ACU'RZR in the mail ?

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#16 Post by mike_rogroove » Sat Sep 12, 2009 10:00 am

mike_rogroove wrote:How long does it take to recieve the ACU'RZR in the mail ?
The reason I ask is that I ordered one a couple weeks ago from Nevada and have'nt heard nor seen anything since.
Any one know what the turn around time on these things would be, is much appreciated.
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#17 Post by Hobie » Sat Sep 12, 2009 10:15 am

Mike,

Paco makes these himself in his shop. They aren't produced in a modern CNC production facility. Consequently it takes a bit for him to get them made and in the mail (and I imagine the USPS's new hours don't help much). So it isn't like ordering from LL Bean. You might have to wait a bit. Then again, you get something that probably should cost you 3-4 times as much given the hands on machine time and that something will be immeasurably useful.
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#18 Post by mike_rogroove » Sat Sep 19, 2009 3:13 pm

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#19 Post by Hobie » Sat Sep 19, 2009 3:38 pm

mike_rogroove wrote::roll:
Have you written/e-mailed Paco?
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#20 Post by GabbyHaze » Tue Apr 06, 2010 3:56 pm

I'd like to see a video clip or step x step pictures of how this tool works? Do you have to bang the rods with a hammer and if so couldn't that set the buttel primer off??
I'd also like to buy this tool. I've seen and read about it before and keep forgetting about it. I need to remind myself.

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#21 Post by Dingelfutz » Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:05 am

"Banging" is hardly the word. I have had best results using one or two very light "taps". One usually gets "an educated hammer hand" after a short time using the tool. Even so, there will very likely be a fair number of "too much of a good thing" cartridges as the learning curve is being climbed. Even these loads will be safe enough. They just may be a bit more difficult to chamber and/or a touch less accurate than rounds that receive a lighter touch.

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#22 Post by chadbr » Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:55 am

Jeff has a lot of good info on it:

http://www.gunblast.com/Paco.htm
http://www.gunblast.com/Paco_Scorpn.htm
http://www.gunblast.com/Paco2.htm
http://www.gunblast.com/Paco-Flatface.htm

I have one of the older ones - but to be honest, I haven't had the time to play with it much.

Another "one of these days" toys I keep collecting...

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#23 Post by tray » Tue Aug 23, 2011 10:18 am

I set up my bench rest arbor press for the tool and it turns out a box of modified ammo in short order with no "BANGING". I use a Wilson base made for depriming center fire cases. These can be adjusted to just the right handle throw to get consistant pressure on noses for diameter and shape uniformity. I bought the press from Sinclairs years ago.

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#24 Post by RJM52 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 5:02 pm

Just got my tool...thanks a lot and I hope to try it soon...

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#25 Post by Treetop » Thu Jul 31, 2014 8:14 pm

Paco, I received my phase 4 ac'urzr in the mail today! Thanks from an old retired tool and die maker. You're workmanship is top notch! Treetop
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#26 Post by silverback57 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 9:12 am

I might be late to the party. Are these still being made? What about the ATS? I want one!
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#27 Post by AmBraCol » Mon Mar 14, 2016 2:36 pm

silverback57 wrote:I might be late to the party. Are these still being made? What about the ATS? I want one!

You can get more information (including contact info) here:

http://pacotools.com/
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#28 Post by silverback57 » Tue Apr 12, 2016 9:15 am

paco and I finally contacted. thank you everyone for all your help.

I am waiting on the ATS. anyone ever do penetration tests to compare 22lrs and 22 mag?
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#29 Post by silverback57 » Tue Apr 26, 2016 9:19 am

Wow!!! what a great tool set. I have only been able to crank out enough to try in my revolver and pt 22 semi auto hand gun. everything worked out well. I can't wait to get time to try it with the ruger 10/22 and my 2 inch 22 mag revolver. In time I would like to do some wound comparisons with these rounds. I couldn't be happier. it looks like it just made already effect weapons even more effective.
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