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    Rem 700 Single shot adapter

    Who makes the best single shot adapter for the Rem 700 action? I am in the ptocess of putting a rifle together and I want it to be single shot.

    Thanks,

    Pete
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    Yes

    I'm a bit dyslexic at times, sorry.

    Pete
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    In my opinion

    Exact OAL" is so that each and every bullet will engage the lands and groves at exactly the same place every time. I have proven many times that Exact OAL's is the basis of real accuracy, that along...
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    I understand all too well

    What I've learned to do it to avoid buying anything until at least a week has passed and often I find I didn't need it anyway :).

    Pete
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    A bit loose with the language I guess

    The pins I bought there was a few years ago. I didn't remember them being terribly expensive. Guess I could have been more precise but 2 dollars or four or five, wouldn't be a deal breaker, for me at...
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    McMaster-Carr

    One can buy deltronic pins individually there and other places for a couple of bucks each. I have a .300 pin use in the 30's I do and also have a range rod that I use in the other end. Same can be...
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    Its all about weight

    Perhaps, and Ill bet if you were move those weights either fore or aft, you would again find accuracy. Tuners are basically weights and that how they work, moving them fore and aft. It doesn't take...
  8. There are plenty

    of chambering videos as well, The Viper for one and Gordie Gritters for another. Chambering barrels is really pretty easy stuff in the realm of machining, generally. I have done prolly ten now and...
  9. Impressive, to say the least

    250-24 is gettin er done, for sure. Well done.

    Pete
  10. Looks like Mike had a grip !

    Congratulations Mike. Well done.

    Pete
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    I'm of the mind

    that barrels can be tuned either by going off the lands or into the lands. For instance, I have a friend who use to tune his 30 BR off the lands but only .009" and it shot one bullet hole. Most of...
  12. A guy named Tubalcain

    sells a series of Machine Shop Training Videos for not much money. You can find him often on Youtube. He is a retired Shop Teacher and has a couple thousand Youtube videos available, some to buy and...
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    BrownRecluse

    one of them ones that takes a big hunk of flesh and infects the surrounding area for a long time :).

    Pete
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    Something I noticed while annealing

    with the Salt Bath rig I have. If the temp drops below 750 f, the cases don't soften and no pigeon blue appears on the necks. 750 and above things work and work faster as the temp goes up. Only...
  15. I guess annealing

    very often or all the time is in order. That wouldn't do anything for degradation of the metal I dont think.

    Pete
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    There was a thread

    on here recently about this subject. I don't think they are made any longer and I think there may have been something said about replacement mandrills but it should come out in your search.

    Pete
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    Bill Calfee claimed

    Metal rods would harm barrels. Also, a freiend told me he has a friend who runs a testing laboratory and in tests that friend said uncoated rods would harm barrels and coated rods would not and...
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    I decided to keep it

    I have to set the barrel back anyway so I can pare off the weight I need to loose easily by doing that. Thanks for the discussion.

    Pete
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    Check Tom Merideth

    I had one of his LV stocks on a Rimfire rifle and really liked the way it was made and handled. He has a website. His work is second to none also. He sells McMillin stocks also.

    Pete
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    Thanks Al

    that is a big help.

    Pete
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    Got my Spider on this morning

    Finally got to installing my Grizzly Spider on my lathe this morning. Took the advice of installing it on the faceplate and it came out very nice. Was able to clock it in to zero using a Starrett...
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    Thanks Al

    I think I have noticed a choke, so to speak, in the first two inches of the barrel on one of my rifles and not sure about the one I want to set back. I was considering putting a 1" Kickease pad on it...
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    I think

    Tuners, generally, work. I have experienced it myself on a number of different rifles. I shoot primary, 10 pound HBR rifles so the weight of tuners becomes a big issue. It is very difficult to keep a...
  24. Thread: I noticed

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    I once saw

    a 52 Winchester with 37 lbs of barrel weight on the end of it for a tuner. Straight 1.25 inch barrel. He holds an indoor record with it still but it is a bear to shoot. I shot it once and he told me...
  25. Thread: I noticed

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    Ya, my mistake

    I sat beside the one Goodling tuner all weekend but not the other. I noticed it on the 100 yd segment but didn't actually look again all weekend. I stand corrected. Most people shoot one rifle all...
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