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    Deuce Mag

    N.R.-

    Howdy, again!

    If your barrel is a 1-14, you’ll need enough vel to stabilize those 62s.
    If they are long-ish as well, it will be an even bigger challenge.

    Powders:
    These days, one has...
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    Old time benchrest

    N.R. -

    Howdy!

    I used to live in NE Indiana, and just a scant 5mi from Benchrest Hall-of-Fame’r Fred Sinclair.

    If memory serves, Fred had shot some world records in benchrest; using .222Mag....
  3. Thread: Steve's Pages?

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    stevespages

    Ante -

    Howdy !

    For whatever reason, and on the computer I use to try and access " stevespages ", I've had to search using the following format:

    steves pages 8d, and not stevespages8d; ...
  4. potential New world record(s)

    Jack -

    Howdy !

    Thanx so much for the timely info on Vic's recent exploits ! This is the second time one/some of his targets have been submitted for new world record consideration, within the...
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    wildcat brass

    RCE1 -

    Howdy !

    You might try to fire-form a couple, using a charge of " Bullseye " cover w/ either a tissue paper wad; or wax plug.
    Fire them off, and see what case oal results.

    Got...
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    6XC powders

    Petr -

    Howdy !

    You're not going to know exactly what powder combustion temperatures you actually obtain w/ any powder; w/ any certainty.

    Reknowned ballistician Homer Powley developed ...
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    factory +

    Joe -

    Howdy !

    I DK what the rules or classes might be, for your area shoots ?

    It sounds to me like your wondering whether you might benefit from shooting a " factory modified " type...
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    Mini

    Chism -

    Howdy !

    I was not able to bring-up your pics, but sounds like you have a Wichita "Mini" action; which is a " shell holder " type action.... as was mentioned.

    I've had 2 of these. ...
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    angle

    GN -

    Howdy !

    Ideally, the shoulder angle and neck lg together would combine to keep the powder combustion " turbulence point " inside the case' neck; according to former Savage Arms engineer...
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    Alinwa - Howdy! I very much enjoy reading...

    Alinwa -

    Howdy!


    I very much enjoy reading your post, also ! Lively & informative !



    With regards,
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    base bleed

    Alinwa -

    Howdy !

    Please take as info only ...... " base bleed" tech for artillery rounds not same execution / result as " RPG " rounds.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M864
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    .51 cal

    Alinwa -

    Howdy, again !

    Another outside the box project, that featured their Mk 1 round; a .51" cal @ 1,250fps.... once up-to-speed. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyrojet


    With...
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    outside the box

    Alinwa-

    Howdy !

    Some mental masturbation....

    Perhaps a " base bleed " type of projectile could be used, to introduce combustion gasses into the suppressor; in-addition to the gasses of the...
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    groundhog matches

    GK -

    Howdy !

    Factory ammo being as $$$ as it can be, perhaps the " point " at which you start reloading is..... now ?

    Loading your own is one avenue towards controlling shooting costs,...
  15. torque

    Jerry -

    Howdy !

    " Apples and ...... "

    FWIW -
    My barrel " clamp " set-up uses doubled-up " plumbing clamp " plates, w/ 1/4 - 20 carriage bolts & nylon insert " jam nuts ".

    I've...
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    barrel block

    Alinwa -

    Howdy !

    The Wichita WBR1375 action shown, is " floated ", like many " barrel block " rifle actions are.

    The clamp arrangement and comparative low recoil of the " DEEP 6 "...
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    barrel block

    All -

    Howdy !


    I'm not the best shot... by no means.

    My best ever 5-shot 100yd groups ( IMHO ) is included in the pics.

    The rig WILL shoot... provided I do my part !!
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    barrel " block "

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    Not a " barrel block " so much as it is a " barrel clamp ".

    I use a doubled-up plumbers repair " clamp ", carriage bolts, torque plates borrowed from "U"bolts' and nylon insert...
  19. 69 t mk

    Worker -

    Howdy !


    Say... how long is your .22-250's barrel ?

    For a 24" barrel, IMR 4350 sounds pretty good.

    For a 26+ plus, you might want to try the new IMR4451, which seems to...
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    .222

    CM -

    Howdy !

    Hope she works out for you !

    Please let us know your progress and results.

    We shot IMR4895 in our Savage 112V .222's, under 52 HPs for target work. Hornady ...
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    long PPC

    Alexander -

    Howdy !

    FWIW -

    6.5 Arisaka brass has major diameters that would allow forming to a " PPC Long ".

    It would be LR primer and .308 bolt face brass, true. If nothing...
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    balance

    CM -

    Howdy !

    IMHO - If it's a rifle w/ a " barrel block ", the center of balance would fall within the length of the block.
    Well... that's how mine is.... a 6mm w/ ...
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    Oops ! Thanx Gpat. .357Mag

    Oops !

    Thanx Gpat.



    .357Mag
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    Snert - Howdy ! Try: 1200 Asbury...

    Snert -

    Howdy !


    Try:

    1200 Asbury Street
    New Haven, IN
    46774
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    Offset scope mount

    Jerry _

    Howdy !


    Weaver themselves make an ( 45* ) " offset " scope " mount ".

    I believe these mounts are intended for use when mounting auxilliary sighting accessories to black...
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