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    Jim Farley did when he chambered barrels. Set...

    Jim Farley did when he chambered barrels. Set the compound slightly off perpendicular to the lathe bed and cut a very minute amount of taper to where the receiver face contacted the outside edge of...
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    A good glue job and you donít need the screws....

    A good glue job and you donít need the screws. Conversely a good bedding job and you donít need the glue.
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    Iíve seen them shot at all lengths. At least,...

    Iíve seen them shot at all lengths. At least, leaving it full length gives you the option of cutting the threads off and rethreading and rechambering later on. I normally shoot mine at 24Ē or 26Ē and...
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    Iíve marked competition barrels just like that....

    Iíve marked competition barrels just like that. If I barrel a rifle for a benchrest shooter it will have,in your case, 6 BR .272 NK K8 with Bryant Custom engraved under that. The 6 BR is the...
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    Kyle, Dwayne Pullum told me that the moving...

    Kyle, Dwayne Pullum told me that the moving backers at Tomball were too heVy and needed to be repaired or replaced and was part of the problem with them not hosting group matches there any longer....
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    Thatís how Allen Annette got into the HOF. He...

    Thatís how Allen Annette got into the HOF. He worked at it. Shot every day the wind was blowing. Went through thousands and thousands of bullets in practice and numerous barrels. He gained the ten...
  7. 22501 Larry Bagget, the winner of the 100 UL,...

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    Larry Bagget, the winner of the 100 UL, 200 UL and of course, the Grand

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  8. The photos shown below are of one of the most...

    The photos shown below are of one of the most unique rail guns ever built. The late Cliff Styles from Seymour was the original builder of this rail gun. It had a pretty bad anodize job originally and...
  9. Thread: 30br

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    You can always rebate the rim on the brass as...

    You can always rebate the rim on the brass as long as your drop port is big enough for a BR case to drop through.
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    But if I remember correctly, you shot well with...

    But if I remember correctly, you shot well with it, Wilbur.
  11. Thatís a pretty wild looking bolt. Interrupted...

    Thatís a pretty wild looking bolt. Interrupted thread locking lugs with a shell holder bolt face. Wichita had a little mini action with a shell holder bolt face when I first started shooting...
  12. I know this is an old thread...

    I remembered seeing this thread awhile back and did a search for the Robinett reamer and found the thread. Thought I'd check my print against Randy's print and see what how close mine was to his. ...
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    I'm sure you do. I think he is planning to shoot...

    I'm sure you do. I think he is planning to shoot UBR matches with it. I built him a 6 PPC last year for his first full fledged benchrest rifle.
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    I just finished a HV rifle today built on a...

    I just finished a HV rifle today built on a McMillan HV Edge stock. It has a 1.550Ē Bat B, Krieger HV barrel cut as heavy as it would finish with a 23Ē finished length with a Ezell tuner installed. I...
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    I truly enjoyed reading all the stories about...

    I truly enjoyed reading all the stories about Ron. When he was between bouts of sickness, it was always a pleasure to see him at the matches at St. Louis. I have heard many stories of betting watches...
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    I have a chrome moly 1.550 Bat B on a Young rail....

    I have a chrome moly 1.550 Bat B on a Young rail. Right bolt left port right eject. It seems to work well and seems fast to me. I doubt if action diameter will have anything to do with accuracy. Iíve...
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    Iím not sure Bill Ackerman is still doing the...

    Iím not sure Bill Ackerman is still doing the scope repairs. I understand his daughter has taken over and is though. Still same business name and address.
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    I looked up a spanner wrench for tightening...

    I looked up a spanner wrench for tightening camera lenses and this is what showed up on a search. Iíd bet it would work pretty well for what you are wanting. At least will give you an idea of how...
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    In todayís day of autocorrect, youíd better reread what you typed before you post. My phone is especially bad with gun terms.
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    Not all reamers are created equal. Some will cut...

    Not all reamers are created equal. Some will cut extremely smooth and some will leave the little rings that you canít measure with a dial indicator. It seems to me that the closer you get the reamer...
  21. Gary, I hope that you submitted the .1184" to the...

    Gary, I hope that you submitted the .1184" to the Records Committee for the world record. If you did, good luck.

    Mike
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    After reading all this about polishing chambers,...

    After reading all this about polishing chambers, how many of you have tried to reduce a round rod in the lathe a thousandth or two by running the lathe at high speed and using 320 gr abrasive to...
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    Not to mention the cost of any breakage of inserts if you are using a indexable carbide boring bar to open up the neck.
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    The first time I ever met Dwight he was shooting...

    The first time I ever met Dwight he was shooting at the Nationals at Midland, maybe in 1985 or probably later. He was shooting a dual port Hall action where he loaded with the left hand, pushed the...
  25. Richard did you have lights set up for the flags?...

    Richard did you have lights set up for the flags? The few times I shot in the dark there was only light in the target making the flags pretty hard to see.
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