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    Gents, Posting these for Snert...he'll supply...

    Gents,

    Posting these for Snert...he'll supply the narrative.

    Justin
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    Parker, Mea culpa... Looking on the post...

    Parker,

    Mea culpa...

    Looking on the post dates from our last exchange, I was moving into a new house at the time, and completely brain farted on the picture posting.

    Send those pics again if...
  3. Yup. Thank you, sir. Justin

    Yup. Thank you, sir.

    Justin
  4. Jay, Somewheres here in BR Central cyber...

    Jay,

    Somewheres here in BR Central cyber space, there is an outstanding post by Jim Kelbly wherein he discusses all things ignition concerning the 700, and why Mike Walker designed it the way he...
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    Gents, My firewood comes in 40 pound bags from...

    Gents,

    My firewood comes in 40 pound bags from Home Depot. The bugger pictured below does a helluva a job keeping things warm, and you still get to watch Cowboy TV. Don't even bother with our...
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    https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/east-ha...

    https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/east-hartford-ct/david-brennan-8943326

    Didn't know he had passed. He and PS provided a lot of entertainment and knowledge to me through the years.
    ...
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    Ditto. Dan (Accu-Tig) knows his stuff. Justin

    Ditto. Dan (Accu-Tig) knows his stuff.

    Justin
  8. Thread: Lathe dogs

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    Jerry, Ahhhhh yes...Gerstners. A real...

    Jerry,

    Ahhhhh yes...Gerstners. A real weakness for yours truly. At four of them and counting. I'm just a sucker for a nice piece of quarter-sawn white oak. Even had them make a table for my...
  9. Thread: Lathe dogs

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    Jerry, I had a similar experience. This is...

    Jerry,

    I had a similar experience. This is how I solved it.

    Justin
  10. Thread: Rifle Woes

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    Michael, Thank you, sir. Justin

    Michael,

    Thank you, sir.

    Justin
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    Al, I remember reading years ago...I don't...

    Al,

    I remember reading years ago...I don't remember where or who wrote it...that single shots such as Hi-Walls, Low-Walls, etc., were designed to fire rimmed cartridges and worked there best when...
  12. Thread: Rifle Woes

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    Butch, Thank you,sir. Justin

    Butch,

    Thank you,sir.

    Justin
  13. Thread: Rifle Woes

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    Butch, Thinking about doing just that. How...

    Butch,

    Thinking about doing just that.

    How did Dwight add the weight? Drill out the arse end and plug it with the tungsten?

    Justin
  14. Thread: Negative!!!

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    Jackie, All right, good for you guys! Sounds...

    Jackie,

    All right, good for you guys! Sounds like you need to get packing, too. Nice pad...that would cost you at least double that in my neck of the woods.

    I hope you negotiated that Ferrari...
  15. Jerry, Is that for HSS as well? I ask because...

    Jerry,

    Is that for HSS as well? I ask because I have the Warner HSS threading set-up and they recommend their positive rake threading insert for aluminum, and the neutral rake insert for steel.
    ...
  16. Thread: Rifle Woes

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    Mr. Beggs, No offense taken. I've always...

    Mr. Beggs,

    No offense taken. I've always thought you to be one of the most knowledgeable about rifle accuracy on this forum, as well as one of the classiest posters around. I pay attention when...
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    Jackie, How many employees does the business...

    Jackie,

    How many employees does the business have?

    Justin
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    Jackie, That's a pretty good...

    Jackie,

    That's a pretty good sampling...American, Japanese, and Taiwanese. Which one is your favorite to run and why?

    Justin
  19. Thread: Rifle Woes

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    Gents, My apologies for not responding sooner,...

    Gents,

    My apologies for not responding sooner, but life got busy there for a spell, to include, as I am now North of the big 5-O, a certain medical procedure akin to the borescoping of a barrel. ...
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    Jackie, 18 lathes?! Holy cow...no idea the...

    Jackie,

    18 lathes?! Holy cow...no idea the business had that many. If you ever get bored, I'd love to see a list of what you got. I'm kind of a lathe nerd...I find them fascinating.

    Justin
  21. Thread: Rifle Woes

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    Rifle Woes

    Gents,

    I just completed a build for a friend, and the confounded thing will not shoot! While I haven't built a lot of rifles, the ones prior to this have all shot well right out of the gate. I...
  22. Jackie, If your idea shows promise... You...

    Jackie,

    If your idea shows promise...

    You mentioned the block needing to be made of steel and the resulting weight issue. Do you think an aluminum lug with a pressed/pinned steel insert would...
  23. Jackie, I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one...

    Jackie,

    I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who lays in bed at night thinking of rifles and such...

    Very interesting and inventive. I'm extremely curious as to how it will shoot. I assume...
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    No idea, but those threads will sure hold oil! ...

    No idea, but those threads will sure hold oil!

    Interested to hear what caused that. Maybe the insert wasn't tight in the holder, or there was a chip between insert and holder?

    Justin
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    Doug, Back in Nolan Ryan's day, the strike...

    Doug,

    Back in Nolan Ryan's day, the strike zone wasn't 3 feet wide by 3 inches tall. If, today, they started calling a plate wide, letters to the numbers strike zone (like they should), Nolan...
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