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    argentinian made MANUAL CARTRIDGE FEEDER is NBRSA APPROVED

    Carlito Gonzales of Buenos Aires , Argentina , is proud to announce that
    his MANUAL CARTIDGE FEEDER has been approved for use in NBRSA registered shoots by the NBRSA board of directors .


    casagonzalec@yahoo.com.ar to contact Carlito .

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6c5auEKppA

    the link to watch it again on you tube .

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    uh huh!

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    What is the difference between that an a Remington 700 with a build in magazine? Maybe a lot of money.

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    David,
    rules maybe.....

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    I assume this is something that sits on the bench in position to feed your rifle? I would like to see it perform under recoil conditions.
    Obviously if it was attached to the gun, the gun would still have to meet weight.

    Matt Guthrie

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    Recoil is not problem, because the " MCD"( Manual Cartridge Dispensing) dispense the next cartridge manually when the rifle return to battery.
    The "MCD" is not attached to the Rifle.

    Carlos

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    I would love to see a youtube video of it while under recoil conditions. Obviously it would not work quite as quickly as it does in the above video and there is some chance in hitting the load button at the wrong time. Don't get me wrong, I think this is real innovation by someone who can look at a rule book and see a way to stay in the rules but outside the box. BRAVO!

    Matt Guthrie

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    Matt.

    The MCD basically prevents the movement of the shooter"s hand to insert the new cartridge into Action, this save time.
    Also, during the MCD drive, the shooter never divert their attention from the Flag conditions, so you can improve your performance. If you are benchrest shooter you know what I am talking about.

    Carlos

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    I watched Gene Bukys try out this device at our local range, it does work, but the shooter must maintain the Rifle in an exact position every time during the firing cycle.

    Gene has become the two time World Champion, along with many other accomplishments, using his old front rest, and squeezing the rear bag. He had this device attached to a Farley Rest. It will be interesting to see if He thinks it is a worthwhile system to adopt........jackie

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike in co View Post
    David,
    rules maybe.....
    But which rules are set in stone? Rules could be changed if someone propose such a change.

    I kind of agree with respect to a magazine, what is really the difference except that this device is not directly attached to the rifle - the purpose is obviously the same? What is the reason for not allowing a magazine or clip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HopeToBe View Post
    But which rules are set in stone? Rules could be changed if someone propose such a change.

    I kind of agree with respect to a magazine, what is really the difference except that this device is not directly attached to the rifle - the purpose is obviously the same? What is the reason for not allowing a magazine or clip?
    Nobody suggests this device to be used while trekking for elk of safariiing for bull cape buffalo . not even prairie dogs or backyard squirrels ;nor sniping in remote countries .

    the destination is all disciplines of benchrest , in fact a very narrow market of experts who will see the obvious benefit of seconds gained maintaining flags vision and mental focus .

    The furthest type of shooter targeted by this product would be the armchair computer shooter , though they would be most welcome to acquire units and shower us with their considerations and knowledge .

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    I am not sure if you misunderstood me or not, but I am not suggesting that this should be brought out for hunting. I am well aware of the benchrest game and the purpose of this device as I have seen it being demonstrated live. And as you say the purpose is to save second, just as one want to do with a magazine or clip hence I can't help wondering what is stopping us from moving in that direction on a general basis? My question is if this is just a long way towards a softning of the rules allowing a normal magazine? What was the reason for not allowing this in the first place back in the days when this was decided?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HopeToBe View Post
    I am not sure if you misunderstood me or not, but I am not suggesting that this should be brought out for hunting. I am well aware of the benchrest game and the purpose of this device as I have seen it being demonstrated live. And as you say the purpose is to save second, just as one want to do with a magazine or clip hence I can't help wondering what is stopping us from moving in that direction on a general basis? My question is if this is just a long way towards a softning of the rules allowing a normal magazine? What was the reason for not allowing this in the first place back in the days when this was decided?
    Sorry , i have been shooting this game 4 years only and though i have very old BR magazines issue my culture doesnt include the roots of the no magazine rule . Being a pilot i am inclined to abide to the rules which i think time saving vs wondering how to mend them .
    As a competitor ( posting in the " competition only " forum ) i prefer to talk how to become a winner on topics as mental management , team behavior , wide visual focus for wind reading , maybe load tuning ; i have absolutely no opposition to compete against a magazine fed rifle ,even against a semi or full auto ( i would love to test that when we shoot a 60 knots wind match ) ,but only the 2 gun aggregate convinces me , our coach and my felow competitors .
    kind regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by pascal View Post
    Sorry , i have been shooting this game 4 years only and though i have very old BR magazines issue my culture doesnt include the roots of the no magazine rule . Being a pilot i am inclined to abide to the rules which i think time saving vs wondering how to mend them .
    As a competitor ( posting in the " competition only " forum ) i prefer to talk how to become a winner on topics as mental management , team behavior , wide visual focus for wind reading , maybe load tuning ; i have absolutely no opposition to compete against a magazine fed rifle ,even against a semi or full auto ( i would love to test that when we shoot a 60 knots wind match ) ,but only the 2 gun aggregate convinces me , our coach and my felow competitors .
    kind regards
    Excellent speech Pascal

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