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    General Discussion section

    topic gun safety, certainly relevant to me.
  2. often

    you can see the vertical direction of wind as mirage.
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    if the length

    matters to you, you can try the long 38-55 brass that Starline sells. just a thought. --greg
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    My feeling is that the single biggest reason

    more rifle owners don't participate in their own clubs fun shoots is simple fear of not doing well. Competition where there are winners and losers just isn't in everyone's blood. However life is a...
  5. Ford

    went with hydraulic brakes, at least in the truck line, in mid 1936.
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    Sorry

    I have a bunch of his highly polished SS rods and think they are the best I've ever used. With a rod guide and a bore rider brush or patch jag they come no where near the bore. Not normal to be out...
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    Did you try this website

    and the contact link?

    https://ivyrods.com/CleaningRODS.htm
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    If you shoot

    a lot and depending on whether you have lots of brass made up for one rifle or if you have 20/30 cases for that rifle you may want to. I don't like making brass so I have a modest number for one...
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    chewing gum soft, toss it.

    chewing gum soft, toss it.
  10. was wondering

    bkz a poster above said bag guns have smaller groups than rails, but that would only be valid when comparing the same number of shots per group and groups per agg, bag gun vs. rail gun.
  11. At our age

    what does need have to do with it? Affordability and the desire to own something you've always thought about trumps it all imo. Nice revolver!!
  12. Aren't

    most rail gun tournaments 10 shot aggs though vs. 5 for bag guns? I don't shoot or own one.
  13. Thread: Kroil?

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    Francis

    cool. Now I know why you are such a staid individual...guilt feelings about your uncle! :cool:
  14. Thread: Kroil?

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    There is a difference

    between maintaining a childs enthusiastic outlook on life, and acting like a child.
  15. I have an early

    70's 6.5" 29. Nice gun, hard kicking at 22 gr 2400 and a 240 but manageable. I used to load it down a bit, to 20 gr for metallic silhouette and it worked fine. I think that is the load you will find...
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    Francis

    I can't tell you how many times that happened and the driver was OUI or OAS! The Darwin awards behavior does exist!!;)
  17. Thread: Kroil?

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    I told ya what I told ya

    yes, summons are issued for peeling out. You don't know why, I can't help ya.
  18. Thread: Kroil?

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    Well

    peeling out, in most states I'm familiar with, is a summonsable offense. Seems while you're peeling, you really don't have control of your car. The potential possibles are left to you to figure out....
  19. Thread: Primer Hardness?

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    See the blue shaded box near the bottom

    https://www.accurateshooter.com/technical-articles/primers-and-pressure-analysis/

    some info along the lines of what you are asking.
  20. Thread: loging in problems

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    Ron

    you need a separate password for that part of the site. Might that be the issue? --Greg
  21. Thread: Use Of Proper Jag

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    I've beeb using

    Don Leidich's bore rider delrin jags and brush holders for several l years not. They work great. The pierce well and let the patch go just fine when retracting. They are extra long so I can stop the...
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    Holly Molly

    If I were a Ph.D I couldn't concoct a coherent reply to this one.
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    After breaking in the barrel

    on my T3 Tikka and then shooting 5 three shot groups with different bullets, the barrel cleaned very well with about 5 patches of wipe out, waiting 5 minutes between patches. The nicest factory rifle...
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    Factory actions

    a bit more affordable than Kimber or Cooper that shoot well, generally, are Sako and Tikka. Tikka makes a tacticool rifle. In a production gun that would be my choice. I have a Tikka T3 hunter...
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    What

    about straight Hoppes 9?
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