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    I think IPSC or IDPA or similar events have a...

    I think IPSC or IDPA or similar events have a better chance than benchrest, at least from an audience excitement point of view. Plus, just listening to the anti-gun folks rip their hair out because...
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    You have a point. Fitch

    You have a point.

    Fitch
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    Dump it. Fitch

    Dump it.

    Fitch
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    It definitely works for her. She has arguably...

    It definitely works for her. She has arguably been pretty much first or second best in the world for 16 years starting when she was 16. It occurrs to me that maybe hers is the style to adopt? There...
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    I use SLIP2000 as the first step in cleaning. It...

    I use SLIP2000 as the first step in cleaning. It only needs to soak for a few minutes. Then I alternate between it and BoreTech Cu remover.

    I find SLIP2000 actually works better than GM-TEC and...
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    You apparently have no experience with...

    You apparently have no experience with Bulletflight. Runs in my iPhone. Same SW as used by military snipers. Works great. I have the data for all my varmint rifles and cartridges stored in it ready...
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    I've been killing ground hogs out to 228 yards...

    I've been killing ground hogs out to 228 yards with 34g DogTown FBHP bullets over 13.3g of 'lil Gun in my CZ 527 hornet. I neck size in a Redding neck sizing die. I use Winchester brass. MV is ~3,000...
  8. With a floating pusher the tail stock alignment,...

    With a floating pusher the tail stock alignment, within limits of course, has nothing to do with your chamber quality. It's just a source of push. As long as it can't push sideways on the reamer,...
  9. Thanks. I was thinking the same thing but wanted...

    Thanks. I was thinking the same thing but wanted some experienced input incase I was missing something.

    Houston, we're go for finish.

    Fitch
  10. I agree. Fitch

    I agree.

    Fitch
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    I've used a Speedglas variable shade for years. ...

    I've used a Speedglas variable shade for years. Adjustable, very fast switch time. I have also used a Jackson EQC and found it to be really good as well. I think were I to do it again, I'd get a...
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    And reheathing the coffee that gets cold when I...

    And reheathing the coffee that gets cold when I get busy! There is a fridge in the woodshop (next room to the left), but the microwave is in the machine shop. Uh, this is the other side of the...
  13. What do you do to protect the bare wood from the...

    What do you do to protect the bare wood from the epoxy so it will clean up? I use green tape on finished stocks, wasn't sure it would do the job on bare wood.

    Fitch
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    My totally original 9" Model A has a 1/2 hp...

    My totally original 9" Model A has a 1/2 hp bushing bearing AC only motor.

    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b336/frwillia/Workshop/RightSideMachineShop-RS1200.jpg

    I've never seen a universal...
  15. Semi-inlet stock blank. Unfinished. Finish first, or bed first?

    My brother in law has a '57 M70 Featherweight .30-06 that shoots 2-1/2" to 3" groups at 100 yards. The groups are characteristic of bedding problems, visual inspection shows it definitely has...
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    To stay on topic: I cut off both ends to...

    To stay on topic: I cut off both ends to eliminate lapping flare, Machine the crown, reverse the blank, turn & thread the tenon, clock the receiver to point the bore in the muzzle up using a DTI on...
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    Single phase motors all have electrically induced...

    Single phase motors all have electrically induced torsional vibration of the shft. It can be minimized with flywheels (nobody does that), soft coupling (v-belts help) and high intertia running gear...
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    .308 Nate, Well done. This is one of those...

    .308 Nate,

    Well done.

    This is one of those gadgets that has me slapping my forehead in a demonstration of why no hair grows on the front of my scalp because I can't figure out why I didn't...
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    Hi Al, OK, I was with ya till there. I've...

    Hi Al,

    OK, I was with ya till there. I've chambered a 7mm belted magnum, I know how it head spaces (the go and no-go gages are truly wierd looking compared to those for an '06, for example). ...
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    I would either go to two screws at right angles...

    I would either go to two screws at right angles to each other or 4 screws on the outboard spider to clamp it to the spindle.

    Fitch
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    I kept reading about the precision shoulder bump....

    I kept reading about the precision shoulder bump. I spent hours and hours, and most of the bad words I learned from my drill sargent in basic training, and there was essentially no way I could get a...
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    I procrastinated about the DRO for years, a...

    I procrastinated about the DRO for years, a decade actually. Real men didn't need no stinking DRO. Then I bought one. OMG! It's the best thing I ever did for that mill. I highly recommend it.
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    Even easier and faster on a mill with a DRO. ...

    Even easier and faster on a mill with a DRO.

    Fitch
  24. I replaced my 2hp single phase metric motor with...

    I replaced my 2hp single phase metric motor with a 2hp 3ph NEMA standard motor. The shaft size was an issue and I had to change sheaves. In retrospect I should have gone with a 3 phase metric...
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    I'll be interested to see how he does the action...

    I'll be interested to see how he does the action truing jig. It would be an advantage to have it with a D1-4 interface so it mounts solid and aligned to the spindle. I have to mount mine in the 4J...
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