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    Remove the barrel from the action.
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    That is why Remington does not use M16 style extractors in their bolt gun designs.
  3. Thread: Uh oh?

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    Looks like a short chamber with too much material removed from the breech end of the chamber opposite the bolt nose, leaving the solid case head area unsupported.............not to be confused with...
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    Hi again Calvin, this one of those things you do not want to overthink or engineer, you simply just want a thin piece of metal that will go from one slot in the threaded ring to the 180 degree...
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    Yes, the front lense is most likely loose. Simply spanner tighten the front lockring adjacent to the front lense. I most often see the lense loosen when the synthetic ring behind the lense shrinks...
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    My experience is the most common cause of the dreaded barrel seizure is the razor thin thread ribbon that is often left at the beginning or end of the barrel tennon thread, which can be easily...
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    So you are saying that without a firing pin assembly that the bolt still cams hard? If that is the case then you have an interference condition somewhere..........
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    Hopefully for new innovations and improvements, I know one area that I would like to see somebody like Farley trigger innovate would be in the creation of an infinite variably adjustable trigger...
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    I wonder why Farley decided to develope a new accuracy trigger? Is there a deficiency with the existing available triggers? Do the Farley triggers use coil or dog leg springs?...................Don
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    You will find this problem throughout your BR...

    You will find this problem throughout your BR adventure, probably one of the biggest challenges for new participants...............Don
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    Set a lathe compound to your desired angle cut to...

    Set a lathe compound to your desired angle cut to produce a desired concave cone, probably somewhere between 1and 2 degrees for a several thou of depth cut, would have to trig. calculate the exact...
  12. Thread: Rem 700 Bolts

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    Pacific Tool and Gage, a reamer and accessory mfg.

    Pacific Tool and Gage, a reamer and accessory mfg.
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    Wonder if these new cases have the same self...

    Wonder if these new cases have the same self tightening concave surface head face as the older cases had?............Don
  14. Thread: New Sniper Record

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    Wonder what type of scope/mount combination was...

    Wonder what type of scope/mount combination was used to handle that amount of bullet drop at distance?
  15. Hi Wilbur, the bullet exits the barrel within the...

    Hi Wilbur, the bullet exits the barrel within the first .030" rearward recoil movement of the gun in the bags and therefore would make it nearly impossible to visually see differing recoil movements...
  16. Thread: Powder shortage

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    I see where Lake City ordinance had a fatal explosive event at there facility yesterday while filling a massive order for 7.62 ammo, wonder if this massive order might cause a shortage of powder on...
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    If there is a scratch/gouge in the barrel near the crown there may also be occlusions elsewhere in the barrel that can only be detected by a thorough borescope examination, better have that done...
  18. Thread: Interesting?

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    It depends, how did you correct the problem?..............Don
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    Like Pete said just about any old closed container can be used for a pressurized air/lube vessel, just as long as it is easy to fill and can hold the maximum pressure limit that you plan to operate...
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    I have used about every method known to gunsmithing to chamber a barrel and eventually settled upon the pre-drilled compressed air/lube method at 30 psi controlled with a foot valve for hands free...
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    Wouldnt say it is new, see the following in depth...

    Wouldnt say it is new, see the following in depth posting;


    https://www.shootersforum.com/handloading-procedures-practices/78442-hodgdons-cfe-223-a.html



    "Several existing powders already...
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    Wonder if this bolt has been converted to a...

    Wonder if this bolt has been converted to a non-ejector bolt face, ejector stud area has very little radius to ejector face surface as would be expected in most stock setups.
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    Truly the golden era of short range benchrest competition, a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience in this group.
  24. Thread: 6 degree lead

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    I actually prefer this steeper leade angle. It...

    I actually prefer this steeper leade angle. It shoots with the same accuracy as a 1.5 degree but is steep enough that bullets will not get stuck when hard jamming thereby preventing powder dumps in...
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    Wonder how long it will take them to change their...

    Wonder how long it will take them to change their coding.
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