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    Actually,

    the Wipeout Sharpshooters supply sells is pretty dern good. So is their Tactical and their Accelerator does work as well. So does old Rem Bore cleaner. All of them need some help with a brush of some...
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    And the Winner is:

    I fouled a barrel with 20 shots (30 BR) and dry patched followed by s wet patch then let it sit for overnight. Not too bad but still had some carbon in the edges of the groves. Soaked a bronze brush...
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    It doesn't seem

    to etch stainless steel they say. I guess use with caution, eh?

    Pete
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    My "Fondest Memory"

    was his complaining about people wanting to advertise in his magazine at "the Winter Meeting". No wonder it folded.

    Pete
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    Latest and greatest Carbon Killer

    Saw a YouTube the other day of a lad demonstrating the efficacy of CLR as a carbon killer. I don't have any dirty barrels at the moment but will give it a whack. Certainly much less expensive that...
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    iMAGINATION

    [QUOTE=Butch Lambert;838954]Young feller, 95% of shooters can't shoot better or worse from their choice of pri

    is a wonderful thing, I must say. :)

    Pete
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    I've mostly used

    Winchester and Wolf. I bought a bunch of both years ago and have been working them down. @ 76 I may have enough still to last me out.

    Pete
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    I've never noticed

    any difference in primers with the 30 BR's I've had. If they go bang, they work.

    Pete
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    I recently found

    4 pounds of Varget and had to pay $39.99 each plus tax for it. Was glad to have found it but it was painful paying of it. Previews of things to come, perhaps? I also found two other pounds in a shop...
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    Me TOO!

    it was fun shooting with Jon and talking guns, etc. Did his family keep his place in the Hammock?

    Pete
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    Glad to hear the good news

    I wish you a speedy recovery Wilbur.

    Pete
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    The last Leupolds

    I know of some of my friends buying were fixed focal length units they really couldn't use. Leupold is no longer interested in doing much in the custom shop shooters seem to want and need. It seems...
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    A good, reliable 6X scope?

    We are at a time now where new reliable 6 X scopes don't seem to be available. We 6 power shooters have been kicked to the curb! Does anyone know of a scope one could get re-configured for our use?...
  14. Thread: Mirage

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    I know a guy

    who was a military rifle team who told me he went to a week long school on mirage reading. A Week! I've mostly shot 6 Power Benchrest and ignored Mirage. I have shot a lot of higher powered scopes in...
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    Is it captured with a pin?

    Looking at the diagram, it looked to me like there might be a pin that goes through those three pieces, like # 35 but I'm prolly wrong.

    Pete
  16. Google

    There are places that rent reamers. Just google Reamer Rentals or the like. I've found them in the past. I shot a no freebore 308 for about 5 years and once I learned to love the recoil from a 10...
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    I'm not smart enough

    for a solution like that. I wanted the door to look like I had bored a hole in the glass :). Just my vanity I guess. For we who can't shoot, there has to be something else in it for us :).

    Pete
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    No

    I have an electric trickler. I'm gonna make a lexan door I can drill a hole big enough for the spout to go through.

    Pete
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    Nothing over built ever broke

    In my opinion, the biggest and heaviest rings and bases anyone can use is just right. Often with 10 and 10.5 rifles, one has to compromise in this area. I have seen some light weight aluminum scope...
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    I guess

    I'm glad I spent the Nursing Homes money on my Sartorius. So far it is proving to be all the youtubes say it is. Buy a good one and cry once.

    Pete
  21. Sad Indeed

    Bill was a great friend to me and we will all miss him. Condolences to his Widow and all who will miss him.

    Pete
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    Just my luck!

    I recently bought a $1600. unit!

    Pete
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    If this had been

    an Ammo testing session for me, I wouldn't have bought this particular lot. I try to always test ammo inside and shoot at tiny targets, measuring vertical dispersion as well as horizontal. If there...
  24. Backlash in the lead screw

    Unless one has an absolutely tight half nut and unworn lead screw, there will be backlash. If it isn't allowed for or allowed to be removed, things can go wrong. Watch one of Get er out's vids where...
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    Just telling ya what I saw in Jacksonville

    Look at the recent results from Jacksonville. Not one former or current IR 50/50 from the ranks of Sporters and weigh class rifles. ARA is alive and well in Augusta these days. Just look at the lack...
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