Originally Posted by Osseous
A pipe cutter and a rat tail file- not a big tooling investment
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I prefer to attack the fitting, rather than the tube. Disk sander is preferred but a mill bastard file works pretty quickly by hand.
I cut with a carbide toothed miter saw (wood variety) and debur quickly with what ever file I have around - rat tail is best.
If you look at the NRS castings, they're pretty sloppy and usually have some sort of work done to them at the factory, that's why I work on them rather than the pipe - but I'm sure the pipe can be inconsistent too.
edit: Oops, sorry Osseous - I meant to quote Nastysauces "dumb question" ....question. Just different ways of addressing the same problem...