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    Bob Pease Accuracy Collection

    I bought quite a bit of stuff from Bob when I started out accuracy shooting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Coots View Post
    I bought quite a bit of stuff from Bob when I started out accuracy shooting.
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    Back in the day Bob was doing or have them made- The Poor Man's PPC. I sent him a new 700 in 22-250 and he had it chambered in 22BR. It had a very nice bedding job in the original wood stock. I still have my info from shooting it at the local range. Bob was a good guy to deal with.

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    Dan Dowling

    The one and only built my first custom rifle in 1989, a 22-250 improved Tn chamber. I ended up turning brass for 3 of 4 pd rifles. He gave me the business for going with a tn chamber for shooting dogs. Trued Rem700, Hart bbl, mc Millan stock. Shot good. 55gr Sierra's at 4064 fps without any pressure. He built me 3 more pd guns before I got this disease. I have a 22br also Butch. They're a great caliber.

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    Bob Pease sure was a "good guy" but he'd give you the business if you wanted something goofy....and rightfully so. I've got those same bound "articles" that Dave has but I think I only have three of them.
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    If anyone wants these Pease articles, I'll send them to you.

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    That is right up Lee Martin's interest and collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Coots View Post
    If anyone wants these Pease articles, I'll send them to you.

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    Dave.....I'm interested. PM on its way.

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    Lee, I may have the letters that Seely Masker sent to me when he was building my first real BR rifle. I can send them to you if you like.

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    http://benchrest.com/showthread.php?...y-Thread/page3

    Quote Originally Posted by martin zuck View Post
    Lee,
    I believe that was a picture of Clair Taylor.
    I’ve read that Don Robbins was known for excellent checkering work. Good chance he did the checkering of my Taylor and Robbins 219 Donaldson Wasp unlimited bag gun.

    No gun puts a smile on my face like when I set the Wasp on the bags and the smile gets bigger with every group.




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    Really nice rifle there 1911Nut!!!

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    I love this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butch Lambert View Post
    Lee, I may have the letters that Seely Masker sent to me when he was building my first real BR rifle. I can send them to you if you like.
    I'd definitely be interested in copies Butch if it isn't too much trouble. Masker contributed greatly to this sport of ours. They'd be a wonderful read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Martin View Post
    I'd definitely be interested in copies Butch if it isn't too much trouble. Masker contributed greatly to this sport of ours. They'd be a wonderful read.

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    Masker was, literally, one of a kind. Often when he came to shoot at Camillus, he showed up in his big wood paneled station wagon that had a custom fabricated roof rack that he did up to look like about a 6’ long artillery shell. Said he only got stopped maybe once or twice by the state police.
    His son Jerry still comes up for our IBS match.
    Almost had him build my first real BR gun but I’m right down the road from Harts and Clyde convinced me this “PPC thing “ might be a passing fad and built me a 6x47 on a sleeved 600. Thing drove me nuts for years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Martin View Post
    I'd definitely be interested in copies Butch if it isn't too much trouble. Masker contributed greatly to this sport of ours. They'd be a wonderful read.

    Thanks,

    -Lee
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    I'm sorry I missed your replay. Email you address as I haven't found it.
    Butch

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