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    Dave, we use Dry Ice and Liquid Nitrogen to...

    Dave, we use Dry Ice and Liquid Nitrogen to install bushings, especially the numerous non metallic ones we use in rudder tubes and strut bearings.

    Cost wise, liquid nitrogen is the best. You can...
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    My wife would love to go to Arkansas. It’s a 8...

    My wife would love to go to Arkansas. It’s a 8 hour drive from our house. That would mean driving all night with no sleep, the doing it again Sunday to get home.

    I like the 200 yard 4 Gun format....
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    Basic machine shop practice dictates that you can...

    Basic machine shop practice dictates that you can always indicate two spots dead true. It is only when you add the requirement of establishing a third spot true with these two spots does the problem...
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    Thanks Pete. It helps to have the correct tools....

    Thanks Pete. It helps to have the correct tools.

    In lieu of an arbor press, you can warm the bearings on hot oil and slip them on. They appear to be just a couple of “tenths” tight.
  5. Thread: 7br?

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    If someone built a great 90 grain FB that had the...

    If someone built a great 90 grain FB that had the same accuracy potential as the 112’s we shoot in a 30 BR, then it would be great in VFS. It still gives up a tad in bullet diameter.

    Loaded with a...
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    I suppose the first question would be, ....what...

    I suppose the first question would be, ....what are you going to use it for?
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    How many benches does this range have?

    How many benches does this range have?
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    Well, you have sparked my curiosity.

    Well, you have sparked my curiosity.
  9. In my OP, I was referring to NBRSA 200 and 300...

    In my OP, I was referring to NBRSA 200 and 300 yard Nationals, both Group and Score.
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    I am a machinist, and this is basically the way I...

    I am a machinist, and this is basically the way I do it.

    The big difference is the first thing I do is rough out the tenon and then establish the best chamber I can in the barrel, true with pre...
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    That’s good news, Lou.

    That’s good news, Lou.
  12. Are the 200/300 Group and Score Nationals dead?

    As many have seen, there are only two Group and Score Nationals this year. No Clubs or Ranges bid the 200/300 Group or Score Nationals for 2020.

    I know why. Nobody shows up. Walker County had the...
  13. Harry, I have a excellent set of National Flags...

    Harry, I have a excellent set of National Flags that we use at the Short Range Score Nationals.

    I am planning on being at the Group Nationals. I doubt you will need another Rotation, as there are...
  14. A question. Are the fires in this part of...

    A question.

    Are the fires in this part of Australia a recent phenomena or have they been a part of the natural cycle for eons?

    As you know, California is our fire State, or at least the one...
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    Al, on vessels that have a permanent flange...

    Al, on vessels that have a permanent flange forged onto the coupling end of the shaft instead of a removable coupling, that is how the propeller shaft is installed. Large ships are an example.
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    Louis, our liability ends at delivery. Keep in...

    Louis, our liability ends at delivery.

    Keep in mind, these shafts, along with all rudder post, steering systems, and other critical items come under rigorous inspection before they ever leave our...
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    Yeh Al, as big as they look in the shop, they do...

    Yeh Al, as big as they look in the shop, they do look like a couple of tooth picks under the boat:rolleyes:
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    The shipyard does the installation. They are well...

    The shipyard does the installation. They are well trained on how it’s done.

    They know there are no second chances. You do it right. The first. Period.
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    Here are those shafts installed in the vessel....

    Here are those shafts installed in the vessel. They will Put the boat in the water next week. I will try to go out to San Jac Marine and take some pictures if I can.
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  20. I forwarded the e-mail.

    I forwarded the e-mail.
  21. Kyle, as per Larry’s email, it is actually a...

    Kyle, as per Larry’s email, it is actually a 300/200, as the 300 will be shot first.


    Look forward to seeing you there.
  22. I would bet on a good tuned 30BR.:cool:

    I would bet on a good tuned 30BR.:cool:
  23. Jeff, this seems a lot like the clay break matchs...

    Jeff, this seems a lot like the clay break matchs we have down here.

    What is the course of fire? By the title “Tackdriver”, I would assume you have to actually hit something.
  24. Pete, there is a rather substantial industry...

    Pete, there is a rather substantial industry built around doing just this.

    There are thousands and thousands of 5.3 LS engines in junk yards everywhere in wrecked trucks, SUV’s, and what ever. You...
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    Al, keep in mind, you need to run carbide end...

    Al, keep in mind, you need to run carbide end mills fast with a lighter feed. How fast are you turning the mill?

    The Bat Actions are made from 17-4 at around 36 RC hardness. You really should not...
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