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    Alinwa, Got it, and thank you. I'm gonna...

    Alinwa,

    Got it, and thank you. I'm gonna chuck-up a new 80 grit Dremel drum sander thingy in the mill and take another swing at it. Figger' the mill will let me keep things nice and straight.
    ...
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    Al, I'm LMAO at you championing the Hogue...

    Al,

    I'm LMAO at you championing the Hogue Overmolded stock! Wherethehell were you last week when I was fighting with getting the bedding right on one of those suckers? First off, the barrel...
  3. Jackie, I was pulling for the Astros, only...

    Jackie,

    I was pulling for the Astros, only because I hate them a little less than I hate the Yankees. The Astros have only been beating my Dodgers in the post-season for a few years now, while...
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    Synthetic Rifle Stocks

    Gents,

    I'm going to be building a couple of rifles here in the near future and will be needing stocks for same. Both rifles will be varmint/tactical types. Most of my personal guns have...
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    Kayakbassfisher, I'm curious...who was your...

    Kayakbassfisher,

    I'm curious...who was your grandfather? It sounds like he might have been an old benchrest gunsmith and shooter.

    And if you have pictures of the rifle, we'd like to see them....
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    Masking off the stock around the action inletting...

    Masking off the stock around the action inletting pretty much keeps the bedding off of the stock. I remove the overflow with a popsicle stick cut square, and then clean up what's left with a shop...
  7. Thread: 700 Triggers

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    Danny, Here you go. The square piece with the...

    Danny,

    Here you go. The square piece with the screws on the front is used to capture either the trigger connector or the sear. The arm with the roller bearing on it can be moved up and down to...
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    Good advice, but I'll add a couple caveats. In...

    Good advice, but I'll add a couple caveats.

    In re: #1, I think whether or not you keep a loaded gun in your house is dependent on your individual situation, not a hard and fast rule. If you have...
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    Mram10, I made a few years ago out of brass...

    Mram10,

    I made a few years ago out of brass for some reason or another. Worked fine.

    If you have live-pilot reamers, you can use the correct sized pilot inserted in the bore to indicate on...
  10. Thread: 700 Triggers

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    GeneT, Thanks for your reply. I'd be...

    GeneT,

    Thanks for your reply. I'd be interested to know why you think the W. Hambly-Clark trigger treatment would result in inconsistent pull weights. I have experienced inconsistent pull...
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    HONKUSSHPLITTUSCHMEG!!! That was the sound of...

    HONKUSSHPLITTUSCHMEG!!!

    That was the sound of Firestone Double Barrel Ale being shot out my nose!

    Retired....could you be anymore of a condescending pr!ck?

    The charm school line...which was...
  12. Thread: 700 Triggers

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    Al, I knew I should have put in a caveat in my...

    Al,

    I knew I should have put in a caveat in my initial post about liability concerns, Remington's litigation, the plethora of aftermarket triggers, etc. Would've saved you a whole bunch of...
  13. Thread: 700 Triggers

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    Mike, Duly noted. Thank you. Justin

    Mike,

    Duly noted. Thank you.

    Justin
  14. Thread: 700 Triggers

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    700 Triggers

    Gents,

    I was messing with a Remington 700 trigger (Walker style) yesterday, and like others I had worked on, this one was temperamental, i.e., weight of pull varied quite a bit (6-8 oz's) when set...
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    Al, Got it. Thank you much! Justin

    Al,

    Got it. Thank you much!

    Justin
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    Al, Do you have a picture of the stock...

    Al,

    Do you have a picture of the stock reinforcement you've described above? I'm having trouble picturing it.

    Thanks,
    Justin
  17. Jackie, I'm LMAO! I thought about your...

    Jackie,

    I'm LMAO! I thought about your Chevelle whilst typing the above. You get it, and good on you! Enjoy the fruits of your labor.

    Justin
  18. Ahhhh...."22 grains of 2400 and a 240 grain Keith...

    Ahhhh...."22 grains of 2400 and a 240 grain Keith SWC". Does that bring back memories of my youth.

    I love big bore handguns and am not recoil sensitive...my current darling is a Freedom Arms...
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    Al, How did Dwight explain the vertical...

    Al,

    How did Dwight explain the vertical raceways and oversized bolt would negate the dinged case neck issue? And are you talking about the above being a drop port or RBRP?

    Justin
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    Al, I think I might have an idea, but what was...

    Al,

    I think I might have an idea, but what was your problem and how did the horizontal lugs and oversized bolt correct it?

    Justin
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    Gents, The buck, a mulie, was safely in the...

    Gents,

    The buck, a mulie, was safely in the confines of Sequoia National Park, in Tulare county.

    He was the second biggest buck I've ever seen in Cali and I figger' he's in the 160-170 class. ...
  22. Thread: Scuba Tank?

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    John, I got into PCP's a few years ago. Come...

    John,

    I got into PCP's a few years ago. Come by the house and I'll show you my tank and the rest of my kit.

    Justin
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    John, Years ago, I machined up an adapter for...

    John,

    Years ago, I machined up an adapter for my Leupold spotter and my digital camera before a backcountry bow hunt. It worked pretty good. The buck in the photo was probably 1000-1500 yards...
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    Agreed...on both counts. I have never seen...

    Agreed...on both counts.

    I have never seen evidence of "brush fouling" in any of my barrels following the use of a brush in the cleaning process. And yes...I have a borescope.

    What I have seen...
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    McMaster Carr has tungsten.

    McMaster Carr has tungsten.
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