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    I will throw in a positive for the multifix...

    I will throw in a positive for the multifix system. I got mine from pewetools and it is excellent. You may be able to use some of your larger tooling with it, but if not it is still a great system....
  2. Thread: Lathe

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    I have the Emco v13, the big brother to the super...

    I have the Emco v13, the big brother to the super 11,and it is an excellent lathe for barrel work. If had found one, I would take the super 11 for ease of maneuvering when it comes time to move...
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    Jerry, I have read your posts over the years...

    Jerry,
    I have read your posts over the years asking for people to use their real names on these forums, and, while I understand your desire to know who is posting and connect them with a match list,...
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    and if you call to order them, have a note pad...

    and if you call to order them, have a note pad handy and be ready to hear the TRUTH and write it all down.
    I have been using Randy's bullets for over a decade and won a decent amount with them,...
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    I don't know if there are any easy ways to clean...

    I don't know if there are any easy ways to clean an older machine - I have three that I have had down to bare bones, and it just takes time and a good degreaser. Wax and grease remover works well...
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    As far as the firing pin spring removal goes, Jim...

    As far as the firing pin spring removal goes, Jim has a great video on his tool.
    Don't tell anyone, but the flat surfaces of the clamp on a harrels combo press can be drilled and tapped for the...
  7. Not sure if they are still around, but Stan Ware...

    Not sure if they are still around, but Stan Ware made some excellent videos on Remington trigger timing, bolt lapping, etc...
    They were on his website initially, but I belive it is no longer...
  8. threading away from the shoulder - a tool to consider

    I know that this topic has been discussed ad nauseum, but I haven't seen mention of this tool before and wanted to share my experience with it.
    If you go to ebay.com and search for "goose neck...
  9. Thread: Bat B problems

    by savet06
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    Just a quick comment on the glue in and the bolt...

    Just a quick comment on the glue in and the bolt stop screw access. I have done a couple BATs and Bordens, and have drilled a hole through the stock and made an aluminum tube to fit in the hole. ...
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    Had the truck and camper all set to go, time off...

    Had the truck and camper all set to go, time off from work, and plenty of bullets, powder, and other crap ready to go.
    I will be ready for next year, Jim. My first and last at Kelblys!
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    I was only able to know him for the past two...

    I was only able to know him for the past two years, but he taught me a lot about shooting and machining. Always ready to help out, and wish I had more time with him.
    He was an ambassador for...
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    How about a hand file? If all you are wanting to...

    How about a hand file? If all you are wanting to do is break the edge a file will do it and will be much less cost than an entire router and bit.

    My .02, but might not be worth that.
    Mike
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    I'll second the sentiment, Rick. It was a...

    I'll second the sentiment, Rick. It was a beautiful day, great guys, and Jack gave a great clinic. So much information in the morning, a great meal cooked by some of the members of the range, and...
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    Sent.

    Sent.
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    I'll throw in a second on the past strap on...

    I'll throw in a second on the past strap on recoil pad. I wore one for all the years of score shooting and, though it may not have been the manliest thing on the line, it made shooting a very...
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    With the lighter weight bullets you don't need to...

    With the lighter weight bullets you don't need to worry about stabilization in a 1:8 twist unless you are running super hot loads and the bullets break apart (can that happen in a 6br???).
    To put it...
  17. Thread: Hard Turning?

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    I have always stuck with 34.8, and shot the 118...

    I have always stuck with 34.8, and shot the 118 7s that Randy made. I used to shoot a heavy jam, but have moved to .007 or .008. Brian has had very good luck with this seating depth, and I remember...
  18. Thread: Hard Turning?

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    Seat them suckers into the lands, man! ...

    Seat them suckers into the lands, man!



    Or just get a reamer with .030 freebore and give yourself the powder capacity that we need to get that baby humming.

    Or shim the top of the bushing...
  19. Thread: Hard Turning?

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    Pete, I am curious about this project, and was...

    Pete,
    I am curious about this project, and was wondering if this is for a 30br or variant. If it is and the bullet you are using would need to be seated further into the case thus losing powder...
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    Funny you should mention the mower as I needed to...

    Funny you should mention the mower as I needed to wear plugs as well. There was a droning sound that crept in so I had to put plugs in, too.
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    I purchased the walker xcel after reading Doug's...

    I purchased the walker xcel after reading Doug's post, and they work as described. I was able to fully insert the howard light orange plugs, set the muffs to "power boost", and have a conversation...
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    This sounds like the time Randy Robinette died. ...

    This sounds like the time Randy Robinette died. When I told him he had passed he was shocked!
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    Sounds like you will need to go to a place like...

    Sounds like you will need to go to a place like midwest tungsten, Mike.
    Good luck in your search.
    I also misquoted the length of the tungsten bucking bar. It is 3" not 6" and weighed 1.8lbs
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    I found a product on Amazon that is a bucking bar...

    I found a product on Amazon that is a bucking bar for rivets. It was just the right size and very easy to machine. About $90 for a 3" piece and weighed I believe 1.8lbs?
    Do a search for "tungsten...
  25. Thread: Brian Fitch!!!

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    Pete, He doesn't do much on the interwebs so...

    Pete,
    He doesn't do much on the interwebs so probably won't see this. I will give him a heads up, and get you two connected.
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