NOTE: this is not a standard (SAAMI / CIP) Chamber Reamer. The Reamer will be manufactured to your order.
Pacific Tool and Gauge cannot change, cancel or refund an order for a non-standard Reamer.
If you have questions, please call us at (541) 826-5808.
Please Select Pilot and Reamer Type:
SSA (6.8 x 43mm)
Reamers are available in Carbide for production run needs.
Please contact a sales associate if you have any questions or if you would like to order a carbide reamer.
Rougher is -.009 thou, unless noted.
Items that are in stock will ship within 7 days. If not in stock, this item is custom made to order.
When Remington first developed the 6.8mm SPC (Special Purpose Cartridge), they cut their standard chambers with .050" of freebore. After SAAMI published the 6.8mm Remington SPC specification, it was discovered that high-pressure loads were causing dangerous deformation of the cartridge case. At Remington's request, Pacific Tool and Gauge teamed up with Silver State Armory to investigate the problem. By extending the freebore to .114", it became possible to safely shoot maximum pressure loadings. The 6.8mm Remington SPC II SSA Chamber Reamer features this extended freebore.
Our Chamber Reamers are individually hand-stoned to cut smooth and chatter free. Made to CIP / SAAMi specifications or custom specifications for standardized cartridges and to the current industry standard for popular wildcat cartridges. All HSS reamers have a 3/8" square drive shank. Carbide reamers feature a .4375" cylindrical shank. We can grind a square drive on a carbide reamer, but we do not recommend driving a carbide reamer with square drive - the carbide tends to chip and/or shatter. Premium reamers feature removable pilots that are held in place with a screw. Premium reamers include one bushing of nominal bore diameter.
This Chamber Reamer is available with Premium or Solid Pilots. Call for pricing on a Carbide Reamer with special oil-groove pilot.
NOTE: All PTG Reamers and Cutting Tools are designed to work with petroleum-based lubricant. Water-based lubricant can give acceptable results, however the life of the tool will be reduced. For best results use petroleum-based lubricant.