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    16x mark 4 leupold scope

    Need to add.....Ackerman can still bump these scopes to 24x.
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    16X Mark 4

    I used one for two years at the Montana 1000 yard Benchrest shoots and did very well with it. 70 minutes of up, 70 minutes of down for a total of 140 minutes. You will not need a tapered base with...
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    gunsmith question

    Good God man, grow up. You are the one with the problem here! I've read all the posts on this thread, and you're the one with the problem. Kindly leave the forum now. Your kind is not needed here....
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    gunsmith question

    Let's try to keep this a place for more friendly conversations...…….hostility does no one any good. Reminds me of children on the playground.
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    Gunsmith question

    I have no dog in this fight, but I must ask...….. Is there anyone that you like?
    I think you need an eyeassectomy……...you know, where they cut the optic nerve between your butt and your eye so you...
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    Free pistol

    "Cooter....Would that be old Ham Handed"? You know, that other guy in Vancouver.
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    Air hose blow-off

    Al,

    I've been wondering what you are doing for lathes...…………….I know you have a Grizzly 4003G, and a SB Heavy 10...………….I'd like to know what you think of each. Can you PM me so we can talk?...
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    What do you haul?

    Knowing what Al does for a living, my guess would be concrete forms.
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    I thought it was him...…...seems there was a...

    I thought it was him...…...seems there was a shorter version of the 6BR when it first came out. Caused a lot of problems 'till the 6BR was standardized.

    You actually referred to him as a...
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    That wouldn't be Old Ham-Handed would it?

    That wouldn't be Old Ham-Handed would it?
  11. 6br

    A story that should interest you, though long......................by MY best friend Bob Turner (now deceased) that I accompanied to the Missoula matches.

    A Look over my Shoulder into the Past...
  12. 6br

    What will you be loading it with?
    My suggestion would be Federal Match Primers, H4895 or Varget powder, and Sierra 107 Match or Bergers, or Hornadys.
    Worked great for me!
    Good luck and have a...
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    Dakota/Nesika lack of communication

    I'd like to know too!................................here's a free bump in hopes that someone with info will respond.
  14. Thread: Roughing Reamer

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    As per usual Al, your sense of humor just slays...

    As per usual Al, your sense of humor just slays me!:)
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    I've been a member here for 20 some years and...

    I've been a member here for 20 some years and seldom post, but I do enjoy this site and view it daily.

    Good group of folks here, don'tcha think? Most all are ready to help a new guy. Kind of...
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    That I'm unsure about, but if you contact Bill...

    That I'm unsure about, but if you contact Bill Ackerman, I believe he is one of the fellows that do bumps.

    As for CMaer, your latest response to him was great! Arguments happen all the time on the...
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    BillT asked about the scope with the most...

    BillT asked about the scope with the most come-ups..............that would be the Mark 4 16 power with 140 minutes of elevation! I've used a Leupold fixed 36 power, as well as a Nightforce 12-42 BR....
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    scope with the most elevation adjustment

    Great scope choice! I used one for 1000 yard BR with a 6BR. While the power is not that high, I was able to focus the crosshairs on the target by aligning the hairs with one corner of the white...
  19. Polishing Aluminum

    Polishing aluminum is not difficult to accomplish if done properly..................that is, start with the coarser grits, work-up without skipping any grits, and finish with 800 or 1000 grit. Then...
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    Scott Minugh

    Scott Minugh is from the Tacoma / Seattle Area. You might check with Steve Kostanich for more info. Scott painted many stocks for rifles that Steve built.

    Mark
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    308 loads for BR

    I use Varget with the 175's as well as the .168's. Great load with little variation based on outdoor temps. The 168's are fine for short range, but they will not make it to 1000 yards reliably....
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    What's become of "alinwa"?

    Haven't seen any posts by al for quite some time. Anyone know where he is?
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    Lazzoroni cartridges

    Me thinks this was already discussed in the book "Cartridges of the World"..................the big winner in barrel burn-out cartridges was won by Skip Talbot with his .338-50BMG. I think the barrel...
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    Bartlein Barrels Interview

    Gentlemen,

    If you go to Snipershide, you will see that there are 2 videos (so far) that explain Bartleins barrel making process. This is 2 parts in a series with more to come. I found the...
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    Scope

    Wally Siebert passed away a couple of years ago, so obviously he's not doing scope work anymore. T.K Lee, Ackerman, or Cecil Tucker would be your best bet.
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