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    Though neither as professional, nor, organized as...

    Though neither as professional, nor, organized as Al Nyhus, earlier this week, in preparation for a tournament, this weekend, I made time to tune a George Myer built 30x44 Hunter Class rifle,...
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    Good advice from Al: "With a 7 ogive , the...

    Good advice from Al: "With a 7 ogive , the options of using either the .925" or 1.00" are both open. And I don't like not having options. The BIB 118 1.00" 10 ogive bullets shoot like the Hammers...
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    As a maker/supplier of both 7 & 10 ogive thirty...

    As a maker/supplier of both 7 & 10 ogive thirty caliber bullets, and one who, at registered BR tournaments, has managed, to consistently win/place/show at every level, using the ten ogive thirty...
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    Condolences to Stan's loved ones and close...

    Condolences to Stan's loved ones and close friends. RG
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    If Al had functional ears, and a little...

    If Al had functional ears, and a little mechanical aptitude, he might make a decent bullet . . . . ;)RG
  6. Looks like the wind flags were pretty honest!

    Plenty of decent shootin' there - Congratulations, Jackie! That was, "keepin' -'em ON the X !" :eek:RG
  7. Holy cow . . . that was 24 years ago . . .

    But, shootin' resumed after about six weeks, and the "fix" is working still. :DRG

    P.S. the shoulder wasn't laid open, it was just three shortish slashes, or, arthroscopy.
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    Condolences, George - Ed worked with me on a...

    Condolences, George - Ed worked with me on a couple of 'tweaks' to the toggle-blocks on the B&A clones - he was knowledgeable, generous, and kind. Once again, we are diminished.
    Best Regards, RG
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    ^^^^^^^^^:oRG

    ^^^^^^^^^:oRG
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Yep, I still have a CPS Aluminum...

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    Yep, I still have a CPS Aluminum stock which may get resurrected some day . . . ;) on mine, I simply used a bedding block (riser) to accommodate recoil lug(s) . . . and added a little...
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    Just a wild guess

    Cannot think of who WG may have been: it's probably a 1:11"twist (1/11) - easy enough to determine; .2989" bore diameter; .3076" groove Dia. RG
  12. "And here, you have it" - Wayne is correct. :D ...

    "And here, you have it" - Wayne is correct. :D
    Adding to Wayne's statement, with proper loaded-round/chamber clearance & judicious load development, bullets, up to, at least, .310" diameter work...
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    Saddening to learn this.:( RIP Bob . . . will...

    Saddening to learn this.:( RIP Bob . . . will recall your positive influence when shootin' the "sporter". RG
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    "Mini Nationals" GURU, indeed!:D Let's hope...

    "Mini Nationals" GURU, indeed!:D
    Let's hope that, "the range is open" for Dick Baier - he led the Wisconsinites out of the wilderness into the realm of precision shooting. Best regards, and prayers...
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    And, " the correct answer is . . .

    " . . . and, there you have it. :eek: Thank you, Al. :D RG
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    I agree with Lee (post # 38) - that is, way too...

    I agree with Lee (post # 38) - that is, way too much lube. Reducing lube may help the die-walls, "hold onto the bullet", while the point-up punch releases [from], or, is pulled off the BT. Also,...
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    The Clarence Detsch die 88Gr. FB are showing promise.

    Al, your "pillaring" of the Sav 99CD has eliminated the wild first shot flier - prior to your effort, the initial shot from either clod/clean, or, cold/"fouled" barrel always went WAY high and most...
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    Doug, :p:cool: That period scope - even at a...

    Doug, :p:cool: That period scope - even at a WHOPPING 6X - sealed the deal!:);)RG
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    Martin, good points - especially the twist rate!...

    Martin, good points - especially the twist rate! I believe that mine is a 1975/76 production, and that the detachable magazine was introduced about that time, possibly about 1968. Your post below was...
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    Cool, Rick - roger the precision...

    Cool, Rick - roger the precision requirements!:cool:;)RG
  21. The 107 MK - even the old style - may prove a...

    The 107 MK - even the old style - may prove a little too long from the 1:10" twist. Try them and see: at best, stability will be marginal . . . and possibly poor. It is probable that the ideal twist...
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    yes - THIS!

    ^^^^^^^ ;)rg
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    Hello, Boyd Allen!

    The [level-full] numbers I stated during our conversation were incorrect here are the correct weights:
    H-4198 35.0Gr. - the other stuff 43.2Gr. !! With the "other stuff", one could probably "make a...
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    Dave Kranch, 73, August 1947 - October 2, 2020.

    Dave Kranch, 73, August 1947 - October 2, 2020.
  25. Thread: Wilbur

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    Sad news indeed - on any bench-rest icons "short...

    Sad news indeed - on any bench-rest icons "short list", Wilbur was tops. Condolences and prayers for Elmer.
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