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  1. I remember seeing a version of that system in an...

    I remember seeing a version of that system in an old Precision Shooting magazine, probably 30 years ago.
  2. Use the TIG or send it to Dan40X in Alaska.

    Use the TIG or send it to Dan40X in Alaska.
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    Those were the Hart barrels.

    Those were the Hart barrels.
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    In using the Gordie rod with either a weight on...

    In using the Gordie rod with either a weight on it or a bend in the rod,the pressure takes up any slop in the fit.
  5. I think the problem is that everyone buys...

    I think the problem is that everyone buys electronic calipers or DRO's that have readouts to .0001" inches. They then expect the machines to actually do that level of precision. I have had young...
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    I use the Gordy rod also. I have a .22 and a .30...

    I use the Gordy rod also. I have a .22 and a .30 that I bought and I made another in .270. I just used a piece of drill rod and turned the end for a tight slip fit for the pilot bearing. Instead of...
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    Engrave or stamp it with the info. Marker comes...

    Engrave or stamp it with the info. Marker comes off too easy. When I started here at the test range, nothing was well marked, and if at all only with marker or paint. Lots of unknown items. I have...
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    Is used by the USMC Team for M40A1 sniper rifles...

    Is used by the USMC Team for M40A1 sniper rifles and M14NM rifles. They tested many different products.
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    We had a M240 machine gun barrel that we put over...

    We had a M240 machine gun barrel that we put over 60,000 rounds on in testing. It only had shadows of rifling left at the last 4" to the muzzle. It still shot a 12" group at 200yds, which was...
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    For many years, the go to load for 600 yard...

    For many years, the go to load for 600 yard Hi-Power was 168gr SMK and 41.5gr IMR-4895. This was the standard back in the 80's when I started shooting.
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    I knurl the outside of my pillars before gluing...

    I knurl the outside of my pillars before gluing them in. Bead blast and clean thoroughly with acetone also. Have not had one come loose.
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    Not Hatcher. We duplicated his testing of live...

    Not Hatcher. We duplicated his testing of live rounds in a fire, remotely set off a 7.62mm M80 round and had nothing penetrate a cardboard surround. Caught it all on High Speed video.
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    Practice with a .22LR at a 100 yards if that is...

    Practice with a .22LR at a 100 yards if that is all the range available to you.
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    I would think that the scope power you need will...

    I would think that the scope power you need will vary depending upon size of varmints and the average distances being shot. Here in the east we shoot woodchucks (groundhogs)and the average distance...
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    List it as a form tool. Machine tools.

    List it as a form tool. Machine tools.
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    The test barrel requirements , that were written...

    The test barrel requirements , that were written back at Frankford Arsenal, are for uniformity in test equipment. The test barrels are used for ammunition testing during manufacturing, so some...
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    Some take down rifles had an adjustment in them...

    Some take down rifles had an adjustment in them for wear. It was usually in the front plate that the barrel was attached to. Possibly add some sort of shim plate here to apply pressure towards the...
  18. This is one www.wswells.com The South Bend sub...

    This is one www.wswells.com The South Bend sub forum on Practical Machinist has some too, probably double posted.
  19. Many pictures on the South Bend forum of the...

    Many pictures on the South Bend forum of the salesmans display vehicles
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    Check to ensure that the barrel bore and the...

    Check to ensure that the barrel bore and the suppressor bore are concentric. When I thread for a suppressor, I dial the bore in the same as if I was dialing in for a chamber. Then check it after its...
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    Action wrench fitting

    If you have a loose fitting or homemade action wrench, it can be made to fit with Steel Bed or JB Weld. Just cat the action real well with release agent and make the custom jaws. Usually easier to do...
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    We track bullets with Doppler radar, multiple...

    We track bullets with Doppler radar, multiple acoustical targets, Oheler chronographs, and the Sydor system. Bullets do all sorts of interesting things when fired.
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    Then please explain why we have documented proof...

    Then please explain why we have documented proof of rifles that shoot 1/2 moa at 600 yards shooting larger groups at 100. Our M14NM rifles would shoot tight 1/2 moa groups with 168gr SMK at 600 using...
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    We do this testing everyday and can see the...

    We do this testing everyday and can see the bullets pitch and yaw. By varying the velocity or twist rate we can make the bullet "go to sleep" We are using a Sydor Technologies Y.A.W. (Yaw Analytics...
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    You can also reduce your velocity if you are...

    You can also reduce your velocity if you are having accuracy problems with the lighter bullets. The bullet stability is based on the bullets rotational speed, which is controlled by the velocity and...
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