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    No

    I never had a chance to look through that scope, just the Porter scope on Breezy Hill, the old one as well as the new one they erected a number of years ago. Every once in a while the solar wind is...
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    Johnnie C did it again, partially...

    John Cascarino attended the annual Maine 200/300 yard long distance championship this past weekend at Lincoln County Rifle Club. He attended a high school reunion Friday then drove to Portland by...
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    Then

    there is the Hartness House Inn. Had many sunday morning breakfasts there before heading home after Stellafane. Beautiful old place.
  4. Thread: Scope durability ?

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    Al

    I've heard that about spring and piston air rifles. Makes sense. Around my place, I've been shootin' mice off my tractor while mowing the fields this fall with my model 19 2-1/2". More mice in the...
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    I just got a Natchez

    catalog. They are selling Weaver scopes, hurry, supplies limited. I guess we know why supplies are limited. No mention of any warranty in the ads.
  6. Thread: Federal 900B Value

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    Arguably

    the best Federal ever produced themselves was the UM1 and UM1b, for the early 1990's Olympics.
  7. Thread: Scope durability ?

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    I have never understood

    why some advise not using scopes on rimfires unless they are "rimfire" scopes. Recoil is recoil, albeit more civilized with a rimfire. Perhaps someone can comment?
  8. Thread: Federal 900B Value

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    I would

    pose this question on the rimfire fourm here and not on the centerfire as you are more likely to get answers.
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    sounds

    like a beautiful rifle. Vermont had some outstanding firearms craftsmen, not sure what the situation is now. Back in the day before all the liberal flatlanders moved in.

    You also had Russell...
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    I have a nice Styer Mannlicher in 270

    M 72 full stock double set triggers and the gun is amazingly accurate and the barrel cleans up like no other factory rifle I have except a Schultz & Larsen 7x61 S&H. Some call the M72 not a MS but I...
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    And...

    they can still be serviced by Iron Sight Inc as far as I know. I have several 2-7X Denver Redfields. Each one track and holds POI religiously. Excellent scopes and can be found in the 70 $ range if...
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    I can't access

    the new website at all right now. Growing pains I guess that need to be ironed out.
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    What about

    colored underwear?
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    Pete

    if the unavailability of quality 6X scopes continues that is something that the competitive organizations will have to think about.
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    Jo, I agree, but we will survive it :)

    Jo, I agree, but we will survive it :)
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    Agree 100%

    Since they are not going to sell handgun ammo anymore after inventory is depleted, does that mean the will not sell .22 RF ammo? See the BS in all this??
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    Does NASCAR

    think the brie and caviar crowd will support them? Well, if they switch to all electric racers they might. But, how is the electricity generated? No, the brie and caviar crowd will NOT support them....
  18. Thread: Berger 115?

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    Imo

    you really need to measure each Berger 115 with a .308 ogive checker mounted on a Vernier. My results show they need to be segregated. They shoot just fine when you present them to the barrel at the...
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    Not the only one

    James, if you can put it on a 13.5 lb .30 cal rifle and wring it out over a month or two I would be interested if it continues to track and hold POI well. Thanks for the update.
  20. Thread: Berger 115?

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    And

    assuming you maintain properly annealed necks
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    General Discussion section

    topic gun safety, certainly relevant to me.
  22. often

    you can see the vertical direction of wind as mirage.
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    if the length

    matters to you, you can try the long 38-55 brass that Starline sells. just a thought. --greg
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    My feeling is that the single biggest reason

    more rifle owners don't participate in their own clubs fun shoots is simple fear of not doing well. Competition where there are winners and losers just isn't in everyone's blood. However life is a...
  25. Ford

    went with hydraulic brakes, at least in the truck line, in mid 1936.
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