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  1. Thread: Die project

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    Use Hornady split lock rings.

    Use Hornady split lock rings.
  2. Firearms seem to be home to MANY 'non-standard'...

    Firearms seem to be home to MANY 'non-standard' threads.
    They are carefully designed for the specific function and loading on a firearm.
  3. Many of the threading tricks (like upside down,...

    Many of the threading tricks (like upside down, backwards, etc.)
    are ways of trying to get a little more precision out of lighter weight
    (and strength) machines.
    Most of the work on smaller...
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    You missed holding it by the clean end. You...

    You missed holding it by the clean end.
    You know, whatever the other end is.
  5. Thread: Die project

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    I had Kelbly's use the AI chambering reamer to...

    I had Kelbly's use the AI chambering reamer to open up a Redding sliding sleeve die that uses neck bushings.
    The sleeve is not hardened and easy to alter.
  6. Thread: Crowns

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    Many of the recessed crowns are an attempt to...

    Many of the recessed crowns are an attempt to
    minimize the possibility of damage to the actual crown
    in handling.
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    For the most part the thread contact area is...

    For the most part the thread contact area is
    small and they are not all that strong.

    For something that does not need to be strong
    (like a router adjustment screw) it might prove adequate.
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    Have you access to Shop Fox? An...

    Have you access to Shop Fox?



    An exceedingly bad idea for a metal lathe.
    they are often run not in perfect balance.

    I would not use a Shop Fox on a wood lathe either.
    Same problem.
    Out of...
  9. Thread: Primers

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    Thickness is NOT the only way to alter primer...

    Thickness is NOT the only way to alter primer performance and cup strength.

    The cup is punched from brass sheet stock.
    An extra strike can easily alter the hardness of the cup.

    Using slightly...
  10. Thread: Crowns

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    I had 3-phase with idlers for years. Had a neat...

    I had 3-phase with idlers for years.
    Had a neat little starter system to spin up the 3-phase idler.
    Used a rubber tire rubbing on a pulley sheave to spin up the idler.
    Pull lever, enough frictions...
  11. You only had to send the last 20 years of 4473s,...

    You only had to send the last 20 years of 4473s, and any bound books.
  12. Thread: Crowns

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    This. It takes a careful lath setup to cut a...

    This.

    It takes a careful lath setup to cut a crown.
    Some are harder than others to cut.

    Some appear to have a better chance of coming out dead on than others.

    To a certain extent a method...
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    Shut down all the apps on your computer....

    Shut down all the apps on your computer.
    Especially whatever you use to read the internet.
    Reboot the computer.
    This will force it to load a new copy of whatever viewer you are using from the hard...
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    Any number of powders have had a single...

    Any number of powders have had a single manufacturer and been sold under multiple brand names for may years.
    Canister powders (and the extra work they require to produce) are not a large market....
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    I did not notice he had Berger's in the list....

    I did not notice he had Berger's in the list.
    They are very much BR.
    Lapua and Nosler. he sighted are NOT BR grade.

    I have a decent pile of Starke bullet in my drawer.
    They also work VERY...
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    I was in the McLean VA Giant food store. A women...

    I was in the McLean VA Giant food store.
    A women was being absolutely obnoxious to the clerk.

    "Don't you know who I am?
    My husband is a US Senator."

    The poor clerk stayed clam, looked at her,...
  17. Thread: Primers

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    You do NOT want to make priming compound at home....

    You do NOT want to make priming compound at home.
    If you can even get a major fraction of the material required.
    It is NOT 'strike anywhere match heads.'
    See Cooper, "Explosives Engineering" if...
  18. Thread: Primers

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    Except precious metals can be used over and over....

    Except precious metals can be used over and over.

    Primers are a truly 'one shot' deal.
  19. noose maybe?

    noose maybe?
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    None of those are even close to a BR grade...

    None of those are even close to a BR grade bullet.

    I use BR 'tricks' for long range varmint hunting.
    Groundhogs at 400+ yards.
    Panda action, right bolt, left port, built by Kelbly's many years...
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    Tapered seat of perpendicular shoulder? A lot...

    Tapered seat of perpendicular shoulder?

    A lot of commercial actions have tapered seats.

    Panda actions have a square shoulder.
    Square shoulders are more repeatable.

    When I switch from...
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    https://www.sinclairintl.com/shooting-accessories/...

    https://www.sinclairintl.com/shooting-accessories/targets-amp-accessories/target-accessories/target-stamps-prod33159.aspx
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    Twist direction? Threaded barrel are usually...

    Twist direction?

    Threaded barrel are usually set up so the the barrel is tightened
    into the receiver by the bullet as it goes though.
  24. Usually four veins and the left internal mammary...

    Usually four veins and the left internal mammary artery.

    Treats blockages in the five major cardiac arteries.

    Sounds like you had a good surgeon.

    Try not to sneeze or cough for a few days.
    ...
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    Just get a BR trigger that fits your action....

    Just get a BR trigger that fits your action.
    Most are Rem 700 compatible.

    Jewell Triggers are still very very good.

    I use one on my Panda varmint rifle.
    Set at less than one ounce.
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