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  1. Thread: Throat ream

    by Mozella
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    These "throater" reamers are very sharp and the...

    These "throater" reamers are very sharp and the material you're cutting is mostly lands. It takes very little pressure and only a few turns to cut much more than you might imagine if you haven't...
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    I can drive for three hours from where I live...

    I can drive for three hours from where I live and, as far as I know, not find any open-to-the-public rifle-based matches other than the occasional three gun events, something which holds no interest...
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    Unless you had an accidental discharge, that so...

    Unless you had an accidental discharge, that so called flier is part of your group. Frustrating? Yes, but them's the facts Sir. If you shoot it , you gotta' count it. Where I shoot matches, they...
  4. Pascagoula Shooting Club shoots 600yd BR every...

    Pascagoula Shooting Club shoots 600yd BR every month on the Sunday following the fourth Saturday each month.
    http://pascagoulashootingclub.com/psc/

    Good group of guys, cheap entry fees, and not...
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    Yes, dry Molly coating is messy, but there is a...

    Yes, dry Molly coating is messy, but there is a MUCH better way. Wet coating is the answer........ the only answer really.

    Here's how I do it. I have a dual drum Harbor Freight tumbler. I use a...
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    I'm chuckling a little bit when I read some of...

    I'm chuckling a little bit when I read some of these posts. For example, claiming that a certain factor is related to dew point but it is not to relative humidity is just plain wrong. Dew point and...
  7. Thread: Global Warming

    by Mozella
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    Careful not to drink too much of Al Gore's grape...

    Careful not to drink too much of Al Gore's grape KoolAid. The only conclusion that is inescapable is the fact that plenty of people are pushing the global warming Chicken Little narrative so that...
  8. Thread: Global Warming

    by Mozella
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    You're correct to use quotes when you write...

    You're correct to use quotes when you write "climatologists". These people, for the most part, call themselves scientists but in reality they're activists. It's much easier to visualize half a...
  9. Thread: Savage ?

    by Mozella
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    Sorry, this is not a good indicator of shank...

    Sorry, this is not a good indicator of shank size, even though it might be true on your guns, it isn't true on mine and many others.

    The best way is to measure the length of the barrel nut NOT...
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    I own a Creedmoor and I don't know much about the...

    I own a Creedmoor and I don't know much about the 6.5x47 Lapua so I did a Google search and came up with this:

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  11. I love nice tools and I recognize that the...

    I love nice tools and I recognize that the Mitutoyo is the "go to" ball micrometer for many reloaders, but I have one of these for a hundred bucks less:

    Anytime Tools Tube Micrometer Ball...
  12. I take the data calculated by On Target and put...

    I take the data calculated by On Target and put it into an Excel worksheet. Then I add other information such as the powder I used, the charge weight, seating depth, MV, ES, SD etc. I often let...
  13. You're on the right track. The fastest,...

    You're on the right track. The fastest, cheapest, and easiest way to improve your performance is to count fewer and fewer rounds out of each group. If you only count the best 2 shots out of 5, your...
  14. I think the Muller scopes give great bang for the...

    I think the Muller scopes give great bang for the buck. I own several and they are quite good. Not top of the line mind you, but VERY good considering the price.
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    I don't see the problem. Looks like it dropped...

    I don't see the problem. Looks like it dropped exactly into the correct place. Clear the cables, squirt a little oil on the bearings, slap the top cover on, and let 'er rip.
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    The OP's spending limit is $500. Do you suppose...

    The OP's spending limit is $500. Do you suppose Optics Planet will saw the $2000 Nightforce you recommend as a scope which will meet the OP's needs into four pieces and sell him one quarter so as to...
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    It sounds like the accuracy bug has bitten you...

    It sounds like the accuracy bug has bitten you but the virus hasn't overwhelmed you yet. Soon it will and you'll be wanting to improve your skills and some of your equipment, especially once you...
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    Don't let yourself get wrapped around the axle...

    Don't let yourself get wrapped around the axle because a piece of equipment has the potential to produce results with very high resolution. For example, do you need a scale which reads to .0002 gr...
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    The "cry once" argument is appropriate in some...

    The "cry once" argument is appropriate in some instances, but I would argue it doesn't apply here. Take a look at the equipment in use at a top match. There are several brands of actions, barrels,...
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    The short answer is that a barrel is not a bolt....

    The short answer is that a barrel is not a bolt.

    Think about it. The shank end of the barrel has to have a certain diameter to accommodate the chamber plus enough material to provide enough...
  21. Thread: TIG welder

    by Mozella
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    Here's my 2 cents. If you decided to get into...

    Here's my 2 cents. If you decided to get into competitive target shooting you might ask, "What are the winners using". If the answer is a $6000 custom rifle, should you say, "I'll have one of...
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    Wow......... it sounds like they worked just like...

    Wow......... it sounds like they worked just like one would hope. That's great. Thanks for the info.

    I had a horrible experience with electronic targets at the range in Talladega Alabama. The...
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    Can you comment on the electronic targets? Did...

    Can you comment on the electronic targets?

    Did they supply you with your own monitor?
    Did the system miss any shots?
    Did you feel that your shots were recorded accurately?
    Did anyone complain...
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    No matter how much data you enter into a...

    No matter how much data you enter into a hand-written log book, it won't be nearly as useful as a spread sheet when it comes to understanding what your data actually means. Gathering data is one...
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    Fiberglass is the material with the lowest...

    Fiberglass is the material with the lowest modulus of any of the materials we generally use for building stuff. That is to say, fiberglass is a lot more "floppy" and "flexible" than most things like...
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