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    Too Time consuming for me

    I need to do volume, 200 to 300 cases at a time so I wouldn't want to spend the time doping them with that tool, thanks all the same.

    Pete
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    Thanks

    I have been using .006" for years when I can. Some barrels want more but mostly 6 thou has worked well. I'll try 34.8 and see if it my guns like it. Thanks for the input. I am shooting the 118-7's...
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    Not my style

    I gave up on Speed a long time ago. I shoot 34.4, 6" thou in. They go into the same bullet hole. I find this node stays in tune most of the time and with only 6 thou in, I can open the bolt without...
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    As it turned out

    the amount I turned off was enough so that I don't loose the body grip anymore so I'm all set!

    Pete
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    I had to go to

    another brand of bullet recently because I ran out of my 118's and am waiting for more but the new supplier's bullets seat OK. I suspect they may be 8 ogive or the like. I still would prefer to size...
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    Yes, a BR die

    118 BIB's are long enough to go past the sized portion and what I have been shooting.

    Pete
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    One winter

    I loaded a bunch of rounds up and took them with me to Florida. Back then, I had a friend who had a second home in an exclusive community that were Shooters, Equestrians, Flyers and some who just...
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    Thanks Al

    some great ideas. Are those dies just case hardened or did you have to hard turn them the whole way?

    Pete
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    Not really

    I have two of them dies and they both only size the necks about half way down so obviously there is meat above the shoulder junction, quite a lot , actually; half the neck worth :).

    Pete
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    Exactly

    got in .015" The top of the die isn't as hard as the body, which doesn't make a lot of sense. I guess I turned .012" off the top so the cap would hold the bushing down. Looked to me like there was...
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    Hard Turning?

    Tried to sink the hole where the sizing bushing sits in my Harrell's Die today and found it harder than, well, one can only imagine. Was able to get .015" but I'm sure I trashed the carbide boring...
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    I didn't single him out

    The Buckys tuner is a beyond the muzzle tuner and heavy as well as the Goodling but the weight of the Goodling tuners vary. I'v seen small ones of them on HBR barrels.

    All tuners work. It's just...
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    I think

    Lighter tuners are the right way to go. I've watched John Cascarino tune his rifle on the fly with his Beggs tuner and win the match, easy peasy.
    We have been using 3 OZ or less for years to tune...
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    The Citrus

    is a big part of this but the detergent they use along with it is a big part as well. I find these formulas way ahead of distilled stuff of any kind I have ever used. From what I have seen, they are...
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    Well, I've tried a lot of wines

    It becomes a matter of what one wants. I want to spend as little time as possible cleaning so I continue to look for instant cleaning without much process to it or mixture of things. I want it done...
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    Accuracy

    is a subjective thing. In the case of Score shooters, it depends on how big the x is as to how accurate one needs their rifle to be. Most Benchrest barrels need to be reasonably clean to hit tiny...
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    Barrel Cleaners

    I have been on a quest for a few years now to find a chemical product that will lift carbon from barrels quickly and thoroughly. I believe I am getting closer. I tried Patchout a few months ago now...
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    Powder weight

    is one of the variables. We have the opportunity to control it and a couple more items that will give us the very best chance of achieving the best accuracy possible. One has only to think about the...
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    Patch Out

    I bought some Patch Out to try a couple of years ago and find it works the very best in everything. It appears to be a detergent with citric acid in it but it is fast and effective. The instructions...
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    I have had a straw for years

    but I am going to try the cut off cartridge or make up a reducer of some sort. mebby a threaded something or rather would help keep the clumps from forming although it happens with the electric...
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    I was new and adventurous back then

    I had bought an old 30 BR VFS rifle and was looking for SPEED, back when I thought it was the answer. Good the barrel wasn't terribly tight :)

    Pete
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    Actually

    I got thinking about this and It was N110 I stuck the bolt with! Sorry for the fake news.

    Pete
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    Sort of like Thurmont

    I've seen the water up a couple of times there also.

    Pete
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    :p

    :p
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    I was think it's pretty interesting

    how long it has taken for the annealing of case necks to become widely used, a decade, perhaps? I can remember when people decried the practice on here :) and you know who you are :).

    Pete
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