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    What did you NOT like about the micrometer...

    What did you NOT like about the micrometer adjustment - maybe want(ed) a better lock?:pRG
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    And, the Donaldson Wasp, etc. . . . "there...

    And, the Donaldson Wasp, etc. . . . "there really isn't much new under the sun". :eek::D

    When I took over the TcL American Hunter Class Postal Conference (TEAM League), about 1987, there were, I...
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    While this is an interesting thread, it exposes...

    While this is an interesting thread, it exposes how little attention/knowledge BR people pay/have regarding history:
    dating back, at least, to the early 1980's, 30/30 based cartridges, have proven...
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    Yes - THIS!

    Yes! On this, I agree with Al 100%:eek: RG
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    :p:) RG

    :p:) RG
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    What bullet length & FB, or, BT? RG

    What bullet length & FB, or, BT? RG
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    If I use the drop-down menu, the site works - if...

    If I use the drop-down menu, the site works - if I click the buttons, I get the above. Over-all, a Nice update!;)RG
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    This is all I get when clicking on hypertext.

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    On this day, I'd expect 1/4, or, smaller MOA...

    On this day, I'd expect 1/4, or, smaller MOA precision (group capability).;)RG
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    At known distance(s), the only facet which you'll...

    At known distance(s), the only facet which you'll find lacking - presuming the typical light bullets - is wind-drift . . . precision will not deteriorate. Accurate shot placement, relative to center,...
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    Roger that - with any small to medium volume...

    Roger that - with any small to medium volume thirty Cal. cartridge, intended for precision work, and short/light bullets, that's where I'd start.

    I have discussed seating and bushing size with...
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    The 115 Berger FB are a decent bullet. RG

    The 115 Berger FB are a decent bullet. RG
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    Joe, you and the other recipients are most...

    Joe, you and the other recipients are most welcome. Thank you for your kind acknowledgement Joe.:D I assure you, I missed being there, but would have been a bigger distraction than usual.:p From...
  14. You're welcome, Jackie. It was difficult...

    You're welcome, Jackie. It was difficult "watching" the action (Stanley sent score sheet pics every evening), and missing the personal contact. From afar, it had the look & feel of a dog fight - a...
  15. Congratulations, Mike Bigelow!

    I have it on good authority, that long-time pal (when he's not beating me, "like a rented mule":o), and grass-hopper turned MASTER, Mike Bigelow, made a clean sweep (100;200;Grand) of the NBRSA VfS...
  16. Roger that! We're proud of ya, Dean!:D That was,...

    Roger that! We're proud of ya, Dean!:D That was, "keepin' 'em ON the X!" :eek: RG
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    Aaaamen to all above!;)RG

    Aaaamen to all above!;)RG
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    WAY back, "in the day" . . .

    ATF advised the "custom rifle/BR" community that on sleeved actions, the original manufacturer's serial# had to be visible & readable - it could not be simply stamped (transferred) onto the sleeve.:(...
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    The two key issues are square inches (area) and...

    The two key issues are square inches (area) and calibration (the tire gauge): 50,000 PSI is just that - 50K pounds of force applied to each square inch: your muzzle pressure is pretty spot on.;) You...
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    I believe Wilbur & Kevin, have it correct - that...

    I believe Wilbur & Kevin, have it correct - that is, presuming that the firing-pin subtends 0.00166 square inches, or, 83/50,000.
    Are you talking "blown", or, "blanked" primers? Blown primers are...
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    JB works GREAT, Nez, I prefer the "steel"...

    JB works GREAT, Nez, I prefer the "steel" version.:eek:;)RG
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    Congratulations, Eric - you beat them, "like...

    Congratulations, Eric - you beat them, "like rented mules" - that's pretty close to, "keepin' 'em ON the X - great score!:cool: RG
  23. Congratulations, Richard - well done!:D RG

    Congratulations, Richard - well done!:D RG
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    Thank you, Greg and Jackie.

    Great thread!:cool:RG
  25. Here is a print of a [so called] Roninett 30 BR reame which I saw for sale this week.

    Again, there is nothing magical about my original reamer (though, it works GREAT) - just that it has specific dimensions - any dimensional change IS NOT a "Robinett" reamer! Further redundancy :...
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