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  1. Charlene's Meadow match dates are approved

    May 1st-2nd
    August 21st-22nd
    These are a Friday night-Saturday match

    I have opened it up to 24 shooters and it is filling fast. If you want to shoot 300 yds under the lights, have a good evening...
  2. That's just a little

    tidbit of what Chet can do. I have seen alot of the dodads that he makes and it's just amazing.

    Richard
  3. I went to that setup

    4 or 5 years ago and wouldn't go back to any other. It allows you to chuck up on the taper of a Rem Varmint coutour with no problems. Straight screws were always a problem on the taper section of a...
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    Post some more pics

    Al,

    Very interesting to say the least. What does this thing weigh?

    Richard
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    Thanks Scott

    Your explanation is what I was thinking. I have made 3 weights, one for light wind, one for med and the other for heavy winds. I have been playing with them under varoius conditions, haven't shot...
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    What am I missing here?

    I thought the probes were for reading the L-R. Butch, what else do I need to be looking at? I have not used probes before so I am open to any suggestions on how to use them.

    Gene Beggs, chime in...
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    I took a little different

    approach to putting the holes in the cups. I used a piece of .375 SS tubing and turned a slight taper and heated it up until it was glowing a slight red, plunged that through the cup. The hole was...
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    Forgot to ask you Jackie,

    how long did you make tubing for the cups and do you think there is a "ideal length?
    I have never used probes so just not trying to reinvent the wheel.

    Thanks again.
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    Ok,

    I can do that. I thought about a light press fit with some loc-tite also. I really like the option of taking them apart easy so the threads are probably the way to go.

    Richard
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    Where did you get the

    threaded inserts? I have looked in McMaster.

    Thanks Jackie.
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    The stocker

    is who beded and glued the action into the stock. It's an art just like chambering a bbl. Actually probably more so.

    Richard
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    Don't try to "bend" the extractor

    you will break it. If it's a little tight use a dremel and lightly cut the the extractor where it's hitting on the groove of the case. To make it push feed there has to be a bevel on the front of the...
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    Your video tells the story

    Your probably about right on the 45 deg. Just relieve at the back of the port and it will work fine.
    From the video the ejector timing looks fine. I don't think you need a longer ejector plate.
    On...
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    It's a fairly common issue

    what I would try first is to put a bevel at the rear of the loading port. That usually takes care of the problem.
    You can also add some length to the ejector blade if need be. Not very often have I...
  15. I try to promote BR

    every chance I get. This sounds great!! I added a little to the pot and hope others will to!

    I really enjoy spending one on one time with new shooters and showing them what it takes to compete in...
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    A interesting experience

    with the B and A trigger.

    Had a shooter at my range and the B&A all at once developed alot of creep and then would not fire until you let off of the trigger. Took it apart and cleaned it and still...
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    C-Bar cleaning fluid at the Nationals

    Guys,

    Due to some postal issues and cost I will no longer be shipping the cleaner.
    Sam Langhofer will be bringing a fair quanity in both 16oz and 32oz sizes.
    Just letting you know when he gets...
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    4 to 5 oz

    is all you need to tune a typical LV-HV bag gun. The Beggs and Loker tuner are very simple in design, easy to install, no POI change with movement, no patches laying in the tuner after cleaning.
    I...
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    2-gun

    1st Mark Harpenau
    2nd Larry Scharnhorst
    3rd Greg King
    4th Jim Shipley

    That's all I can remember

    Richard
  20. Just a few pics

    to enjoy. It's normally not this green in August in SW Kansas!!

    Richard
  21. Mike Bryant wins at Charlene's Meadow Match #2

    Mike Bryant wins the 100-200-300 under the lights

    The 300 yd was not an easy task. Not only did we have lights, we had lightening and light rain with some switchy conditions. Today at 100-200 we...
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    C-Bar Bullets at Charlene's Meadow

    Ray has everybody's ordered filled that pre-ordered. He is trying to get some extra made before the match. If you want to get some more or if you want to give them a try let me know asap.

    Richard...
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    Motel discount for Charlene's Meadow

    We have blocked out some rooms at the Best Western for the upcoming match. When you make reservations you need to tell them you want the Sunflower Invitational rate. Don't make reservations until Aug...
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    Having never shot a match

    there what is the motel situation like? Are there places to stay close to the range?
    Is the address listed in the precision rifleman the actual range address?

    Richard Brensing

    Talked to Ray...
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    I did this test several years ago

    The best way on any of the benchrest stuff is to do the hard work and test it yourself.
    Retired has it right, the target tells the story.

    Richard
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