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    I agree with Lee (post # 38) - that is, way too...

    I agree with Lee (post # 38) - that is, way too much lube. Reducing lube may help the die-walls, "hold onto the bullet", while the point-up punch releases [from], or, is pulled off the BT. Also,...
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    The Clarence Detsch die 88Gr. FB are showing promise.

    Al, your "pillaring" of the Sav 99CD has eliminated the wild first shot flier - prior to your effort, the initial shot from either clod/clean, or, cold/"fouled" barrel always went WAY high and most...
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    Doug, :p:cool: That period scope - even at a...

    Doug, :p:cool: That period scope - even at a WHOPPING 6X - sealed the deal!:);)RG
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    Martin, good points - especially the twist rate!...

    Martin, good points - especially the twist rate! I believe that mine is a 1975/76 production, and that the detachable magazine was introduced about that time, possibly about 1968. Your post below was...
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    Cool, Rick - roger the precision...

    Cool, Rick - roger the precision requirements!:cool:;)RG
  6. The 107 MK - even the old style - may prove a...

    The 107 MK - even the old style - may prove a little too long from the 1:10" twist. Try them and see: at best, stability will be marginal . . . and possibly poor. It is probable that the ideal twist...
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    yes - THIS!

    ^^^^^^^ ;)rg
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    Hello, Boyd Allen!

    The [level-full] numbers I stated during our conversation were incorrect here are the correct weights:
    H-4198 35.0Gr. - the other stuff 43.2Gr. !! With the "other stuff", one could probably "make a...
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    Dave Kranch, 73, August 1947 - October 2, 2020.

    Dave Kranch, 73, August 1947 - October 2, 2020.
  10. Thread: Wilbur

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    Sad news indeed - on any bench-rest icons "short...

    Sad news indeed - on any bench-rest icons "short list", Wilbur was tops. Condolences and prayers for Elmer.
  11. Congratulations for you wins, Dwayne, and Clayton...

    Congratulations for you wins, Dwayne, and Clayton - well done!:DRG
  12. Thread: rem 700

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    Boyd, re-read my post and show me where I...

    Boyd, re-read my post and show me where I contradicted anyone!

    I merely expressed my DOUBT.

    Don't presume that my faceceous tag-line expresses any contradictory nature - I am a very...
  13. Thread: rem 700

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    I would expect, that Mr. Brackney's work never...

    I would expect, that Mr. Brackney's work never accommodates contact between barrel breach and bolt.

    The top Hunter Rifle Rem. 700 smiths - Larry Smart, and others, trued/blueprinted the action...
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    Following a slip at 100, a perfect example of,...

    Following a slip at 100, a perfect example of, "never give up' - a fine job - Congratulations, Gardner! :D RG
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    BIG MIKE was confused by the three eyes . . . AND...

    BIG MIKE was confused by the three eyes . . . AND the differing sized wrench-ports!:p As expected, another very nice job by Al! :cool:

    The, "RED HAMMER INCIDENT", precipitated by the handle coming...
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    Russ, they may be nice - But - these are no...

    Russ, they may be nice - But - these are no longer legal @ Webster City, IA (Boone Valley Ikes) BR events. Get some of the "tacti-cool" TV glasses and be happy we allow YOU to use those. We knew that...
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    BIG MIKE will be sending you a spare RED...

    BIG MIKE will be sending you a spare RED HAMMER!:p That puppy looks alive already - may need a shock-collar to keep it under control! :eek:RG
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    :cool: Thank you, Al! Great pic of Stan.:D ...

    :cool: Thank you, Al! Great pic of Stan.:D

    For, I cannot recall how long now, but certainly since the wide variety of [so called] 30BR Robinette reamers began appearing (mis-spelled too:p), I have...
  19. Congratulations, Jackie!:D Another fine 100yd by...

    Congratulations, Jackie!:D
    Another fine 100yd by Mr. Moore!:cool:
    I'm curious as hell - what happened to Richard and Clayton??:confused: RG
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    This post ought to have a "sticky" - Thank You,...

    This post ought to have a "sticky" - Thank You, Russ!!:cool:
    Keep in mind, the addage, "there's more than one way to skin a cat"! ;) This is a good one - ya just gatta remember, that most reamers...
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    Yep - determine (as in measure) the actual...

    Yep - determine (as in measure) the actual chamber OAL, FL size, trim to the MAXIMUM chamber length, turn necks to desired thickness, fire a couple of times (OAL will shorten a couple of thou), then...
  22. Congratulations, Richard - very nice Grand score!...

    Congratulations, Richard - very nice Grand score! :D Wow, a pair of 24X isn't a common frog-hair splitter - both Dwayne & Richard shot great 100yd Aggs!:eek::D What's worse than having your brother...
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    Ok, I'm ignorant, Al - what are these? RG

    Ok, I'm ignorant, Al - what are these? RG
  24. If that center column was velocity, I'd be...

    If that center column was velocity, I'd be impressed.:p;)RG
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    All well stated, AL . . . where did the Akicita...

    All well stated, AL . . . where did the Akicita catch up with you, and herd you back to camp?;) RG
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