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    And why not? They're so much more competent than...

    And why not? They're so much more competent than we are.
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    Lockdown isn't all that bad. The thumb prints on...

    Lockdown isn't all that bad. The thumb prints on the throat disappear after a few days.
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    When I had cataracts removed, I decided to get...

    When I had cataracts removed, I decided to get lenses for long vision in both eyes, solely for my shooting needs. I don't regret it.

    As I recall, replacement lenses come in dioptre increments....
  4. Hell's teeth, Al. I thought we were talking a...

    Hell's teeth, Al. I thought we were talking a different language until I googled Traeger.

    Nice looking weapon.
  5. I hear you, Al, but your concept is flawed. I...

    I hear you, Al, but your concept is flawed.

    I recall once reading a member of this forum at one time saying that he had the right to choose to smoke stogies on the line. I asked that if I believe...
  6. Irrespective of whether your judgment is poor and...

    Irrespective of whether your judgment is poor and you cause harm contravening recommendations?
  7. Heck, Al, if the only scientist you believe is a...

    Heck, Al, if the only scientist you believe is a ballistician .....
  8. Thread: Oh no!

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    What did POTUS proclaim - not more than 10 in a...

    What did POTUS proclaim - not more than 10 in a gathering?

    Somebody's out of step.
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    What are you doing surfing the net? You're...

    What are you doing surfing the net?

    You're supposed to be vigilantly protecting us from Rooshian spam. :cool:
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    Could never look at those old movies where they...

    Could never look at those old movies where they took the cigar out, rolled between the fingers & sniffed it without laughing.
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    Jackie, I recall maybe 50 or so years back, a...

    Jackie,

    I recall maybe 50 or so years back, a guy came down to our range just back from Ceylon (that's how long ago it was). Seems his XYZ scope had fogged up and he missed his leopard.

    His...
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    I would have thought that a custom benchrest...

    I would have thought that a custom benchrest action would be adequately machined & not require remedial work.
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    Heard the same said of vegans.

    Heard the same said of vegans.
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    You'll get the basics here: ...

    You'll get the basics here:

    http://benchrest.com/faq.php
  15. Thread: 7br?

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    You're missing out on the 7 x 33 Sako. :rolleyes:

    You're missing out on the 7 x 33 Sako. :rolleyes:
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    Here in Australia, we pretty well standardised...

    Here in Australia, we pretty well standardised bedding for the Omark target action (round action like the Remmy), by running a strip of masking tape a tad wider than the action screw holes along the...
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    My father & a bunch of his mates were deer...

    My father & a bunch of his mates were deer shooting. Come lunch, somebody pulled out a rimfire & set some 12 gauge rounds on a fence at a challenging distance. The guy who just missed the primer wore...
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    How else do you prep 'em for a hot load?

    How else do you prep 'em for a hot load?
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    I'm a fan of Styrofoam - different density for...

    I'm a fan of Styrofoam - different density for different jobs & it's easy to get out of even blind magazine wells. A quick cleanup here & there with a parallel Dremel burr & she's neat as.
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    Was it Hatcher claimed a woman was killed when...

    Was it Hatcher claimed a woman was killed when the primer of a live round exited a furnace when she had the door open?
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    Here in Australia, there are State authorities...

    Here in Australia, there are State authorities who dispose of unwanted explosive & munitions - we found these in Uncle George's garage when he passed on.
  22. Thread: resolution

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    Personally, Helen & I choose to celebrate our...

    Personally, Helen & I choose to celebrate our wedding anniversary - 47 in 2020. Y'know, I feel really bad ... who fed me that last beer .... happy anniversary .... zzzzz.
  23. Thread: resolution

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    Those of us who aren't in the world's biggest...

    Those of us who aren't in the world's biggest barbecue zones still can, but for a lot of Oz this year .......
  24. Thread: resolution

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    You wish, but, hey, it could be worth a try.

    You wish, but, hey, it could be worth a try.
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    Don't. If ever something needs to be kept away...

    Don't. If ever something needs to be kept away from gritty primer residue, it's the mandrel on a collet die. That's the very reason I opted to deprime all my cases separately.
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