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    Jackie, Did you compare the bump that you got,...

    Jackie,
    Did you compare the bump that you got, with the same die setting, and cases that had been shot a similar number of times, no dwell to dwell? I am not saying that one would be more accurate,...
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    There are several variables that come into play...

    There are several variables that come into play when FL sizing. To the degree that your brass has some spring back, dwell matters, as does the amount of lube. Of course the type of lube is a factor...
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    Apparently I prefer a looser patch fit than you....

    Apparently I prefer a looser patch fit than you. I use a .22 piercing jag with a single, centered 1 3/8" square patch, for 6mm bores. I have never seen the advantage of squeezing the solvent out of a...
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    https://theshooterscorner.com/

    https://theshooterscorner.com/
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    If you want to know the difference between any...

    If you want to know the difference between any two FL dies of the same caliber, size a fired case with each and carefully measure both.
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    I would go back to the #4 die. I know that more...

    I would go back to the #4 die. I know that more shoulder sizing will increase the need to trim, but I am not clear that it presents a problem in terms of accuracy or case life. In the past I think...
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    For reference, the entire NBRSA rear sandbag...

    For reference, the entire NBRSA rear sandbag rule:

    2.11.2.The rear sandbag. The rear sandbag shall be a bag or combination of bags containing sand only. A vertical spacer under the rear bag will...
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    What is the diameter of the loaded neck. over the...

    What is the diameter of the loaded neck. over the largest diameter of the bullet? In other words I want to know how much neck tension each method is producing. Bottom line, your targets should tell...
  9. Generally, for CF rifle, there are rear bags that...

    Generally, for CF rifle, there are rear bags that are not suitable for free recoil if you are not holding the bag. One fellow that was doing well shooting free, with state of the art rifle and rest...
  10. Picture of rifle?

    Picture of rifle?
  11. When I have done this, it has been with a rifle...

    When I have done this, it has been with a rifle and rest setup that would shoot totally free, aiming it using the rest, without touching it, and only touching it with the trigger finger when firing,...
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    Sad news. RIP

    Sad news. RIP
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    Help a friend select a benchrest action

    A friend who is not on a budget is building a new rifle for benchrest and he is trying to decide what action. I told him that the Stiller 2500 would probably be what I would go with, but today he...
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    This insert was thread milled. I spoke with Jerry...

    This insert was thread milled. I spoke with Jerry Stiller about this detail.
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    I had someone give me some used barrels that were...

    I had someone give me some used barrels that were threaded for a Panda. I have an early Viper that takes a tenon with a slightly smaller pitch diameter, but which is identical to the Panda's in all...
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    Be careful. Some of what was written in the past...

    Be careful. Some of what was written in the past was like use grinding compound of the shroud threads and other places. It may have smoothed things out, but as you know there are other...
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    I was curious about this 15 - 20 years back, so I...

    I was curious about this 15 - 20 years back, so I colored the whole pin and spring in front of the shroud of my Viper. After a trip to the range, none of it had rubbed off of the spring or the...
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    Doing exactly what by hand?

    Doing exactly what by hand?
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    I think that we can look at a couple of areas to...

    I think that we can look at a couple of areas to start. We know that there has been a lot of work done on the outsides of bolts to reduce friction. Beyond durability there is the issue of heat. Some...
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    It might be interesting to catalog all the places...

    It might be interesting to catalog all the places that rub when an action is cycled, and look into how the friction could be reduced at those points.

    There are some places that are not so...
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    Years back I did a review of several Savage...

    Years back I did a review of several Savage related products. One was a grouund lug that had a threaded hole fitted with a fillister head machine screw that had had its head diameter reduced to fit...
  22. Source for risers for Davidson/Kelbly scope bases/rings?

    In the past I have seen them advertised. They were used to raise a scope, going on the base, with the rings mounting on them. I know about tall rings but man need these for a particular application...
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    One of the aspects of sizing that is mostly...

    One of the aspects of sizing that is mostly ignored is chamber coverage vs. die coverage. What I mean is how far down from the shoulder of each the case makes contact. In the case of the chamber,...
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    Outstanding

    Outstanding
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    Of course you are correct. I said match director...

    Of course you are correct. I said match director because his contact information is usually published prior to the match, and assume that he would be able to come up with an answer. If one disagrees...
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