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    Red lines disappeared when I pushed the "submit...

    Red lines disappeared when I pushed the "submit reply" button. I'm better with remingtons than I am computers!
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    Years ago we found out the hard way that in order...

    Years ago we found out the hard way that in order to build a ppc on a rem action we had to remove .025-.030 off the bolt nose. Doing that renderd the extractor useless so a sako extractor was...
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    Bob, I had the same concern as you and George...

    Bob,
    I had the same concern as you and George Carter told me about a slick little gadget he made up, something he said he learned from Vic Swindlehurst. It's cup that fits over the barrel shank and...
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    [QUOTE=shepp;728099]Might be the wrong forum but...

    [QUOTE=shepp;728099]Might be the wrong forum but I figured someone here would know. I am having a O/U shotgun re-blued and on the barrel block (believe mono bloc is proper term) the sides of it are...
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    Inner shoulder would be a better description....

    Inner shoulder would be a better description. Also if memory serves me correctly I think there is a safety lug on the back end of the bolt body.
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    The 98 has an inner ring that is head spaced off...

    The 98 has an inner ring that is head spaced off of along with the front of the receiver. In fact you can head space off the inner ring with out any contact between the front of the receiver and the...
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    The reason I asked was that back in the early...

    The reason I asked was that back in the early 60's I put togather a custom .257 roberts on a HVA action that I aquired from Flaigs Lodge that was nearly a dead ringer to the Swede military rifle...
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    When did they quit making HVA's in sweden?

    When did they quit making HVA's in sweden?
  9. I guess I have to admit defeat on this one!

    I guess I have to admit defeat on this one!
  10. alinwa, How much accuracy would you guess you...

    alinwa,
    How much accuracy would you guess you would be sacrificing in order to have a reliable smooth feeding rifle?
  11. Some of the short fat cartridges with little body...

    Some of the short fat cartridges with little body taper don't feed very well out of a staggered box magazine. I think this is worth considering. There is a reason the old "tried and true" cartridges...
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    Not 100% sure but I think what you have is a...

    Not 100% sure but I think what you have is a rifle stocked by Cottrel with the metal work done by Gipson. I don't believe Gipson ever made any barrels. The glued in part sounds like someone else...
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    Jack, Very sorry for your loss. Martin Zuck

    Jack,
    Very sorry for your loss.

    Martin Zuck
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    To answer your question, back in the days of the...

    To answer your question, back in the days of the L461's, solid bottomed L461's were readily available. In other words there was very little reason to convert a repeater to a single shot. Hope you get...
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    One of my "heavy 10's" was made for 5C collets so...

    One of my "heavy 10's" was made for 5C collets so when I found 72 (.016 increments) 5C collets for 75.00 I wasted no time getting them. Since then ANY round stock 1.062 an under regardless of...
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    Accuracy wise the 722's were as good but no...

    Accuracy wise the 722's were as good but no better than the 700's. The first 722 222's came out in 1950. They were made thru 1961. During that time there were two models. The first model had a 26"...
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    Back in the mid fifty's a 222 with a 6X scope was...

    Back in the mid fifty's a 222 with a 6X scope was considered the last word in a mid range varmint outfit. In the early 60's I built a LV 222 mag on a 722 action very similiar to what would turn out...
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    I have a pair of heavy 10's and what you discribe...

    I have a pair of heavy 10's and what you discribe is the nature of these machines. Cut your chamber in low back gear and you should end up with a very nice chamber. These old machines have bronze...
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    In this day and age of synthetic stocks and...

    In this day and age of synthetic stocks and pillar bedding, sleeves are a thing of the past.
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    Some times I think we make things a little more...

    Some times I think we make things a little more complicated than necessary. During the last fifty years I have cut more than a few mauser threads at, heaven forbid, sixty degrees. Did these guns...
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    Or for that matter, any 22-250 brass!

    Or for that matter, any 22-250 brass!
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    Jerry is right. Wires and the Machinist Manual...

    Jerry is right. Wires and the Machinist Manual will work just fine. Been using this system for over fifty years with never a problem. No reason to make things more complicated and expensive.
  23. Thread: Sad news

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    Genny called me and gave me the bad news. I shot...

    Genny called me and gave me the bad news. I shot along side of Bob at Kane this year and as usual he showed me how it was done. I will miss him.

    Martin
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    I talked with Stan Taylor this morning an he...

    I talked with Stan Taylor this morning an he informed me that ALL of their barrels are plugged. Don't know where I got that idea!
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    When it comes to stress relief on button rifled...

    When it comes to stress relief on button rifled barrels I think I would be safe in saying that G.R Douglas just about wrote the book on that one,especially on chrome moly. When you use one of their...
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