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    Deer

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  2. Thread: Crowns

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    Not to diss all the high tech solutions but I...

    Not to diss all the high tech solutions but I once dressed the crown of a .22 RF (because it showed an uneven blast pattern) by using a brass ball in a rotary tool and fine lapping paste. Just enough...
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    At our annual Xmas .22 rimfire party shoot here...

    At our annual Xmas .22 rimfire party shoot here in Oz the final targets are balloons bobbling in the wind at 300m.

    Shot in teams of two standing on our legs with no rests it is fun. A judge stands...
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    From my li'l bro in Az. Why don't Texans like...

    From my li'l bro in Az.

    Why don't Texans like to go to Washington in the winter?

    Too many snowflakes.
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    When winter comes and I am cold (It actually does...

    When winter comes and I am cold (It actually does get to 0C in my part of Oz) I pull out my manual log splitter and after 1/2 an hour splitting redgum logs I ain't cold anymore.

    As already noted,...
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    Teacher put a large map of Australia on the...

    Teacher put a large map of Australia on the blackboard and asked the class if anybody could show where Tasmania was.

    Mary put her hand up, walked to the map and pointed to the large island just...
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    I once visited the home of a young digger whom I...

    I once visited the home of a young digger whom I supervised (as a Warrant Officer) and he showed me his garden shed where he practised playing his drums. The shed was made from pressed metal.

    The...
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    The difference between involved and committed

    The difference between involved and committed is like bacon and eggs.

    The chicken was involved, the pig was committed :cool:
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    My ancient Anschutz .22 uses a tapered pin to...

    My ancient Anschutz .22 uses a tapered pin to attatch the barrrel, not easy to measure the torque but it shoots pretty well ;)

    *doggie *
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    The Chinese bug

    G'day people.

    Locked down for over 6 months so can't even visit the range but us Aussies try to do the right thing so here's where we are at the moment.

    It's been a bit scary, cleaned a few...
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    Dissolving Carbon

    The day that somebody invents a solvent for carbon then the world shall have a new billionaire.

    Many products claim to 'soften' carbon deposits but then after that it's all down to grease.

    A...
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    Hi Everyone. Anybody interested in a free ride...

    Hi Everyone.

    Anybody interested in a free ride in a helicopter and yacht for 4 people?! I'm still looking for 2 more people to join us. We leave early Saturday (October 31st) morning from San...
  13. Thread: Mirage

    by doghunter
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    Mirage

    G'day all.

    I have often seen posts that a variable scope can be dialled down in power if mirage is a problem.

    So thinking about this logically (always dangerous for me) I have arrived at the...
  14. Yep, the short scrubber cleaning brush used to...

    Yep, the short scrubber cleaning brush used to clean the throat of the bore after 100 shots is quite useful for accuracy in my ancient Annie '54 using Tenex.
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    Little Johnny to teacher. "Miss, can I get in...

    Little Johnny to teacher.

    "Miss, can I get in get in trouble for something that I didn't do ?"

    Teacher.

    "Certainly not Johnny"

    Johnny.
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    Aussies are good at that sensitive stuff.

    When I was CSM (Company Sergeant Major) at an Australian Army training school the Major told me that private Smith's Father had died and asked me to break the news to him.

    On the next parade I...
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    I am in Australia but I have a brother in Arizona...

    I am in Australia but I have a brother in Arizona and a son in California.
    Both have emailed me they fear that JB and his new girlfriend are going to take away their legally owned firearms if they...
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    The Russian AK 74 uses a muzzle brake with upward...

    The Russian AK 74 uses a muzzle brake with upward facing slots to control climb during automatic fire mode,

    I test fired one in my former job and it's very true. Little sh*t stayed on target...
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    Today is VP Day here in Australia and New Zealand...

    Today is VP Day here in Australia and New Zealand (Victory in the Pacific) or as some people remember it as VJ Day (Victory over Japan).

    Anyway, that's when Australia figgured out that our cousins...
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    This news report reached Australian media. I was...

    This news report reached Australian media. I was amazed that such a person wishes to remain in office.
    Without knowing all the facts this smells like another beat-up by the gun hating paranoid left...
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    Lest we forget

    I saw today that Japan is remembering the day that an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima 75 years ago.

    Whilst this was an extreme act of war it probably saved millions of allied soldiers lives...
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    Let's kill all the lawyers, Shakespear quote

    To quote the great bard https://medium.com/@avajoy/the-first-thing-we-do-lets-kill-all-the-lawyers-wait-what-b2cbd34c8f1f

    Seems that 500 years ago they were just as greedy :D

    * doggie *
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    A few years ago some Australian SAS (big and mean...

    A few years ago some Australian SAS (big and mean blokes) used an American Civil War flag to indicate their position for the helos.

    This is now making headlines for all the wrong reasons.

    I...
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    A bloke phoned his brother and said "I'm sure my...

    A bloke phoned his brother and said "I'm sure my wife is having an affair, she didn't come home last night. Is it ok if I come over to talk?"
    Brother replied "Sure................I'll let her know...
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    G'day Elmer. Please pass on best wishes from...

    G'day Elmer. Please pass on best wishes from Australia to your dad. I hope that things work out well.

    * doggie *
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