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  1. When you chamber it, you have to make sure to...

    When you chamber it, you have to make sure to mark the ends - either "R" or "L". After you test with one end, you simply unscrew the barrel, switch it end for end, screw her back in and you're set. ...
  2. Chambering both ends has a side benefit - you can...

    Chambering both ends has a side benefit - you can test both a right hand and a left hand twist with one barrel.

    http://i46.tinypic.com/2s6oxhl.jpg
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    Dang it. Jerrell was a great guy, always made me...

    Dang it. Jerrell was a great guy, always made me laugh about something. He'd show up at every match with another gizmo that he made in his shop, and I bought every one of them. :-)

    Ray Meketa
    AZ
  4. Charles The "problem" with the Frankford...

    Charles

    The "problem" with the Frankford Arsenal '57 Match brass lasted only a short time and was in the primer pocket only. During WW II, all primers were crimped and sealed, which was...
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    Am I missing something?? Put it in a 4-jaw,...

    Am I missing something?? Put it in a 4-jaw, indicate the pilot hole, and go at it.
  6. Dan No, you are not wrong. The SAAMI max...

    Dan

    No, you are not wrong. The SAAMI max pressure for a cartridge is higher for the .270. But, we're talking brass cases, not loaded cartridges. A typical modern brass cartridge case can...
  7. Don't believe everything you read. Not even what...

    Don't believe everything you read. Not even what you read here.

    The one on the right is an R-P 30-06. On the left is a Winchester .270.

    Ray
  8. Dan A good friend, who happens to be a lawyer,...

    Dan

    A good friend, who happens to be a lawyer, tells me, "Never ask a question that you don't already know the answer to."

    Here's a photo of two sectioned cases showing the guts. One is a...
  9. Dan - Do you know that as a fact? How is it...

    Dan - Do you know that as a fact? How is it built differently? Which brands? Just asking.

    Ray
  10. Making 270 brass from 30-06 cases has been going...

    Making 270 brass from 30-06 cases has been going on since the 270 made its first appearance. You're right that the cases will be shorter than specs, but they still shoot just fine.

    Ray
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    A better question would be, "How much has BR...

    A better question would be, "How much has BR equipment improved?" Most of those old guys were as good, or better, than any of us have ever thought we were. Give them one of today's rifles and a...
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    If what you are doing is working, then keep on...

    If what you are doing is working, then keep on doin' it.

    For some cartridges, the body die will squeeze the body enough to cause the shoulder to squish forward a little making it difficult to...
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    Harold's .240 Coyote was made from either .220...

    Harold's .240 Coyote was made from either .220 Russian or .220 swift brass. It had a 35 degree shoulder. He also had a .220 Coyote with the same 35 degree shoulder. I was big into wildcats back...
  14. I forgot to add - about 1/4th Baileys, 3/4ths...

    I forgot to add - about 1/4th Baileys, 3/4ths coffee.
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    When I got my first PC, years ago, BR Central was...

    When I got my first PC, years ago, BR Central was the first Forum I joined. Back then most everyone had a moniker, like the Cowboy Action Shooters, but most of us knew who the others were. So, I...
  16. Buy a bulk bag of Remchester. Sort by weight. ...

    Buy a bulk bag of Remchester. Sort by weight. You'll be surprised how good they are. They will probably shoot better than you can. ;) ;)

    Folgers Classic Medium Roast

    Ray
  17. Thread: Jim Winn

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    Jim Winn

    Jim Winn, are you there? I lost your email. Contact me again.

    Ray
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    Lee The Firewalker (6-40) is fireformed from...

    Lee

    The Firewalker (6-40) is fireformed from 6PPC or 220 Russian brass. So the length is whatever it happens to come out. I also tried a 60 degree Firewalker and a short Firewalker (35mm). The...
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    Lee It's not clear to me, but do you want to...

    Lee

    It's not clear to me, but do you want to use your 6PPC brass for whatever new cartridge you come up with? If so, then your choices are very limited. If, OTOH, you can use other brass as your...
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    You can't make 6BR out of your old ppc cases. ...

    You can't make 6BR out of your old ppc cases. But, you can make Firewalkers. And you don't need a new bolt either.:)
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    The 6ppc Impr is known as the Firewalker and has...

    The 6ppc Impr is known as the Firewalker and has been around for years. Increasing the capacity of the ppc case does nothing to improve its accuracy, in fact, the Firewalker is probably not as...
  22. Jerry, we've handled worse things than Obummer...

    Jerry, we've handled worse things than Obummer and we can do it again if necessary. Let's hope we're not challenged to do so. Holding the House and taking back the Senate will make it a lot easier....
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    Back when I was into handgun hunting, I would put...

    Back when I was into handgun hunting, I would put rubber cement on both the rings and the scope. That would hold a scope on such things as a 44 Magnum, without slipping. The cement can be removed...
  24. The answerer probably said, "Brownells how may I...

    The answerer probably said, "Brownells how may I help you?"
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    That link works just the same as the others -...

    That link works just the same as the others - NOT!!!

    We all know what the Sinclair ramp looks like. I want to see a photo of the Single Shot Adapter.
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