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    Tim: Do you know of a specific rear bag that...

    Tim: Do you know of a specific rear bag that fits the Speedy stock properly?
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    Gun handling question.

    Ive gotten back into 100/200 benchrest after a 20 yr coffee break. Things have changed quite a bit. I have some fundamental questions that would help some.
    One thing for sure is the stock...
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    Updated info here.

    Lou Murdica was good enough to inform me this is a 2015 lot of LT32. Its not a 2020 lot.The mistake being made was a white tag on front of the jug with 031820 on it. The store owner said it was a...
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    Sorry Lou. I meant a March 2020 mfg. The tag says...

    Sorry Lou. I meant a March 2020 mfg. The tag says 031820. There is another number. Its15 and then its smeared and not readable after that.

    Wally
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    Ive never met a truly temperature stable 6ppc...

    Ive never met a truly temperature stable 6ppc with any powder to be honest. Stable until 90 degrees and 80% humidity maybe?? The 30BR using H4198 EX seems way more forgiving with a fatter forgivness...
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    Randy, I sold my bullet making equipment 10 yrs...

    Randy, I sold my bullet making equipment 10 yrs ago. I have about 600 left. The 65GR Jones Hummer Bullet will be no more. Of course I used steel dies and everyone knows "that'll never work"! lol....
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    2020 Lot of LT32

    Took possession of a jug of LT32 made in May of 2020. Preliminary chrono work at the farm is promising. 27.5 gives 3290fps. 65gr Jones 7 ogive bullet. Going up .5gr in half grain increments gives...
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    Aloris

    Cant beat an Aloris system. I have 8 holders and rarely have to break one down. I took a lathe down my basement 25 yrs ago and still glad I did.
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    Bad lots of N133 ?

    Went out yesterday for an extended range session with a new (used) rifle and N133 from 2000. Yep its 20 yrs old. I couldnt get it to shoot then and it wont shoot now. Im saying there are no bug holes...
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    18TPI =.055 per revolution

    This is a Speedy built rifle and I figured he might have indexed the barrel. Since 18 tpi = .055 per rev I decided on that as a way to stay indexed? Also the engraving on side of the barrel still...
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    Thanks

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    Concern is just effect on accuracy. I didnt think it would matter too much but figured I better ask.

    Wally
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    Chambering question

    This is a question about chambering a barrel. More especially the area next to the shoulder. I have always relieved the last few threads with a squared off tool for about .100. So there are no...
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    Dog gone it!

    Now I have to look up 30 Grendel. It never ends does it Al?
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    Old School Here

    Its great to have the right tooling isnt it? Working to 3 microns takes a steady hand for sure! lol. I have all kinds of oddball HS lathe cutters I can surely make work. Plus I do have a Gorton tool...
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    I couldnt stand it any longer

    My previous posts from a few months ago in regards to a used benchrest rifle for sale at my local range has come home. Its a SGY rifle on a Stolle Panda and Speedy stock. Came with a 36x Leupold...
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    Tried this yet?

    Id approach this with carbide. I cant see what your doing exactly but could you put the die into a v block and indicate it center in your mill? You can buy solid carbide blanks to size and have it...
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    Makes sense !

    Since its a diameter we are actually talking .0015 clearance per side. Thats the size of my gray thinning hair. Talked me into it Al!
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    Lapping on dies

    I have a Redding SB 6ppc die that sizes the base area about .0015 squeeze but the shoulder/body junction is .003 sized down. Id like .0005 squeeze up there and .001 at base. Is there any slick trick...
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    Maybe?

    My rule was .015 max for reaming up to about 34rc. I dont know the RC of that die nor the type of surface hardening. Most carb'ed and quench type HT is around 58-62. The other rule that works pretty...
  20. Carbide Blues

    Id suggest HS cutters. Carbide inserts when new are fine but they arent worth much at slow speeds compared to HS. HS is much more forgiving especially at slower speeds. You have to look at carbide...
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    In the bag

    [QUOTE=FBecigneul;835883]I would go down to a .261-.262 neck bushing. A load of 29.2 won’t give you pressure problems. If you start getting sticky or hard lift on the bolt handle there is a solution...
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    In the bag

    I made a bushing at .261 and it is much better for tension. I had to re-find the jam length. Im kissing the lands now. With the extra tension I can see the land marks a lot better than before. Thanks...
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    In the bag

    Its a new 13.5 twist Kreiger. Its a .268 chamber but Im at about .265 loaded round. Didnt want to mess with tight neck tolerances. Using a .264 bushing but I think I need a lil more pressure so maybe...
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    Its in the bag!

    My first score match with a 6ppc and my first BR match in 12 years is in the books. I had fun which is what I was after but the score was less than stellar. I dropped 2 points each target BUT the...
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    Out of center

    That looks just like an out of center threading tool. Looks to be dragging. A HSS cutter would likely give a better finish with sulphurated oil. Some materials are nearly allergic to carbide cutters...
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