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    You'll get the basics here: ...

    You'll get the basics here:

    http://benchrest.com/faq.php
  2. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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 .......
  11. 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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    Bill, You missed the most important point -...

    Bill,

    You missed the most important point - make the pusher handles really long so you will keep you hand out of the blade.

    John


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    ...except for the cars & the jokes?

    ...except for the cars & the jokes?
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    Let me preface. I shoot F class, Target Rifle &...

    Let me preface. I shoot F class, Target Rifle & British Match rifle so my distances are from 300-1200 yards.

    Over that range of distances, I've concluded that it's desirable to get loads with...
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    I've found sizing with a mandrel produces the...

    I've found sizing with a mandrel produces the most consistent results with least aggro for the calibers I use, which I why I favor the Lee Collet die.
  17. Outcomes too. Those Palma guys have a lot to...

    Outcomes too. Those Palma guys have a lot to answer for.
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    Swap ogive for radius & it seems logical.

    Swap ogive for radius & it seems logical.
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    Was a time when the recommendation was a flat...

    Was a time when the recommendation was a flat face and a radius around pin diameter, but I recall that design was to still hit the primer anvil while compensating for the tolerances in manufacture.
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    Not a bad thread developing from a thread by...

    Not a bad thread developing from a thread by somebody who seems to have only ever logged in once.
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    Boyd, was it this one - May 2008? John 23068

    Boyd, was it this one - May 2008?

    John

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    ..but not always necessarily a friendly family...

    ..but not always necessarily a friendly family forum.
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    Al, Sofisticated cooler thingee.

    Al,

    Sofisticated cooler thingee.
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    :confused::confused: ...

    :confused::confused:

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/neuvo
  25. Thread: N540

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    Haven't shot it in the PPC, but in the 6BR with...

    Haven't shot it in the PPC, but in the 6BR with 105-108 grainers it performed virtually identically to Varget.
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