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    Why don't you get some religion going in this...

    Why don't you get some religion going in this thread... Wilbur has already been slapped in the face with politics, might as well have a kick in the gonads too ...
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    Jerry, you don't like jagged edges? I thanked...

    Jerry, you don't like jagged edges?

    I thanked Wilbur too... I don't think any of the 'moderators' miss being a 'moderator'. All in all it was a thankless position to have.

    Charles, you are not...
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    tinfoil hat: noun metaphorically, a hat...

    tinfoil hat:

    noun

    metaphorically, a hat made of tinfoil that people who subscribe to conspiracy theories wear, to prevent electromagnetic signals from being beamed into their brain.

    If...
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    http://photoshare.shaw.ca/image/3/b/d/203599/tinfo...

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    http://photoshare.shaw.ca/image/3/b/d/203599/tinfo...

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    Wow, I would think that would make a bit of...

    Wow, I would think that would make a bit of pressure and an extremely long bullet.
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    Every barrel that I have chambered, threaded and...

    Every barrel that I have chambered, threaded and fitted to an action since 1967 has my initials on it... DRS

    It is only an indication that I originally installed that barrel from a blank... It's...
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    I use a propane torch... not much hotter than...

    I use a propane torch... not much hotter than when the condensation the propane first causes to appear - disappears... if you measured it probably about 350-400 degrees. White metal would not change...
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    Sturgeon Fishing in the Columbia

    I spent a couple of days fishing for Sturgeon in the Columbia River. Stayed and fished out of Astoria.

    Used a guide - Larry - (Martin's Big Fish) He was great and so was his boat. I can highly...
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    Over the years my business has changed... ...

    Over the years my business has changed...

    About 20 years ago I was doing work (labour) for 3 different retail stores. At that time I made a point of not trying to compete with their sales.. and...
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    In order to re chamber that barrel will require...

    In order to re chamber that barrel will require cutting the old chamber off, setting the barrel back, chambering and refitting the barrel to the action.
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    If you have a lot of brass to do and a drill...

    If you have a lot of brass to do and a drill press... Forester make a good one... I have turned necks to diameter and cases to length at the same time... it just takes a little set up...
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    It has been inspected with a bore scope and the...

    It has been inspected with a bore scope and the damage is there... and it is ahead of the throat... the barrel can't be set back any more... I have written it off...

    I sure will inspect all pilots...
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    It was a quality barrel...so I doubt an...

    It was a quality barrel...so I doubt an occlusion... but the pilot went in the first few inches okay... very sharp edge though...
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    sharp edge removable pilots

    Have any of you damaged a barrel with a removable pilot with a sharp edge?

    I didn't check the pilot and on a long PT&G rod, inserted it in the barrel... it went in about 4 inches and then got snug...
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    If you already own a 700 you can 'borrow' the...

    If you already own a 700 you can 'borrow' the bolt and have the headspace adjusted to fit the bolt... you can only shoot one rifle at a time but they can share the bolt...
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    I don't know the details off hand but I bought it...

    I don't know the details off hand but I bought it a couple of years ago from PT & G (Dave Kiff) as a .22 LR MATCH reamer ... It has a removable pilot and .22 LR rounds are snug and the rifling...
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    I believe the liners I have been using will shoot...

    I believe the liners I have been using will shoot every bit as good as the factory barrels they are installed in did ... and in most cases superior accuracy due to the .22 LR Match chamber that is...
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    Here is a test target I shot after lining a Ruger...

    Here is a test target I shot after lining a Ruger 77-22 with a .17 caliber liner and chambering for the .17 HM2.

    http://photoshare.shaw.ca/image/3/b/d/203599/hm2target-0.jpg
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    Brownell's sell 5/16" liners specifically made...

    Brownell's sell 5/16" liners specifically made for lining .22 barrels. That is what I have always used. They also sell a piloted drill but I have found the reamer with a removable pilot from PT & G...
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    I have installed many liners on old guns where...

    I have installed many liners on old guns where the owner wanted to keep the appearance of the old gun... and I chambered the liners with a .22 LR match reamer. They shot as well as or better than the...
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    I vote for the little 7mm-08. I cold cocked a...

    I vote for the little 7mm-08.

    I cold cocked a moose at 328 yards with one shot. It didn't take two steps...

    http://photoshare.shaw.ca/image/3/b/d/203599/154hornady-0.jpg
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    All I have ever used is Rigid cutting oil since...

    All I have ever used is Rigid cutting oil since 1967...
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    If slippage is a problem and one is to use only...

    If slippage is a problem and one is to use only 10 inch pounds, you should probably lap the bottom halves and bed the scope with epoxy in the bottom half... Very few rings do not benefit from...
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    I don't like Loctite of any kind in ring screws....

    I don't like Loctite of any kind in ring screws. It is not required. Tight screws in rings don't loosen with age or use. A believe in torquing base and ring screws to at least 45 inch pounds and then...
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