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    A friend

    has at least one of every caliber chambered in the 99's. It's quite a collection. He has doubles in a few of them. He's still buying:). I've only ever owned one, a 308 clip model. I thought it a bit...
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    I did it for a living

    for a few years after my Air Force Service and found it fascination and very technical. We had power scrapers back then as well as the hand scrapers. I left that business for what I thought was a...
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    My Condolences

    I met Larry @ a Nationals somewhere many years ago but don't remember where. Condolences to those who knew and loved him.

    Pete
  4. Thread: Tuners!!!!

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    Sticky: I once had

    a Rimrock with a Kostyshin 1-17 twist barrel on it in a 30 BR. That barrel was real big on the chamber end but had a fairly tight choke for the last two inches at the muzzle. That barrel was one of...
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    Congratulations Tony

    Good Stuff! Well Done.

    Pete
  6. Thread: Tuners!!!!

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    Sticky: I've seen a few

    Harrel tuners that have been lightened. I have a barrel that is pointing to wanting a lighter tuner. Is there an alternative solution, i.e. another tuner that is lighter than the Harrell? I've likely...
  7. Thread: Tuners!!!!

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    Sticky: Old one

    I've has mine since they came out.

    Pete
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    Robin Rinsetti

    is a guy who has done some Vids on the Moore Method. He is a master of everything he does, in my opinion.

    Pete
  9. Thread: We Remember

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    Jon Newman

    Jon passes Nov 15, 2013.

    Pete
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    Jerry Stiller

    who is a Mechanical engineer gave formulas for torque on here and should be available with a search. And there is always Machinery's Handbook or now the Engineers Black book. At this point in the...
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    Well,

    I haven't seen any of them mentioned in the winners podiums of any Benchrest matches yet. Has anyone else? this is where the worth of rifles are seen .

    Pete
  12. The current thinking

    and I'm in agreement is bushing push the case neck down and it will spring back later and not much later. this spring back will increase ones seating depth to whatever the spring back is. I have...
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    Good to see your name again Steve

    been quite awhile since i've noticed it at a match. I decided I've gotten too old to travel long distances for matches so declined going. I also noticed James Hooper nearly won the whole thing. It...
  14. It's interesting

    that that a big part of the shooting community is discovering something you gave up on 30 years ago, I must say. I guess one could conclude there is nothing new under the sun, eh and things have a...
  15. Thread: Bolt Lift

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    Over time

    Do the cases expand to the size of the oversized butt area in the chamber? Have wondered about that.

    Pete
  16. I see

    I don't know you or Speedy so it's hard for me to judge.

    Pete
  17. And Me thinking

    I have been Against the Grain all these years! I got to tell ya Al, I like what I'm seeing. You do whatever floats your boat.

    Pete
  18. I've been shooting

    a 6 BR in the Varmint Hunter Class in IBS the past couple of seasons and I find it most pleasurable to shoot. 10 pound gun, 6 mm, what's not to like? I even won a couple of matches last year, one @...
  19. Wellll

    You can watch Speedy say it with his own words in an interview with Eric Cortina on Youtube. The Horses Mouf.

    Pete
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    Neck tension via mandrills

    It appears setting neck tension via using mandrills is the current way to go out their and .002" has been reported in at least two vids I have watched complete with graphs to show the results as the...
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    I used 100 for years

    on all the 30 Cal barrels I used and never had an issue with stuck barrels. I once bought a rifle that had a copper type antiseize, it looked like, on the threads and I liked that, I must say. I have...
  22. there are some good Youtubes

    on this subject. Essentially, from what is said in them, the top shooters use a type S die and bump they shoulders back .003" as a standard practice. the Type S die is named for Speedy G who came up...
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    Sticky: I sold my best sporter

    A couple of years ago and the one I have left is not that great. In looking at the results generally on the IR 50/50 site I see dwindling numbers of shooters all over the country and for that reason...
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    Sticky: Unfortunately,

    i see the Sporter thing in Rimfire dwindling. I really don't have any opportunity to shoot it anymore. I have a new barrel all but finished but there being no opportunity, I haven't done it. I do not...
  25. Thread: We Remember

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    Jon was unique

    He was very kind to me the few years I knew him. He called me the day before he died, as I recall, to see how I was doing. It was in August I think, which is what you posted.

    We should try to have...
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