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  1. Yes

    from time to time it just will not come up, while I can go to any of several other websites with no issue whatsoever. Other times it loads fine. Beyond me!
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    I agree

    ...and right now its terrible...many popular rifles, shotguns and pistols are unobtanium as is most popular ammo types. Supply and demand has done what the politicians haven't been able to. Fully...
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    Where is

    Harlon Carter when you need him? Ya I know....the gophers deliver his mail, but still...
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    Regarding your Q

    about a .243 shooting a wipeout at 300 yds, yes it can. the dot is .1875" however the only time a wipeout is going to be a consideration is if someone shoots a 250-25X, or has shot a 250-25X at 300!
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    No SYMPATHY

    for those that do shoot one competitively or recreationally? What kind of an attitude is that toward a fellow firearm owner and shooter?
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    Are we takking about

    primer cup hardness(thickness being equal) or the differences in cup thickness between some primer makes?
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    I have shot

    my Swiss K32 rifle a lot at military rifle matches. Its POI and function is dead on with GP11 ammo. I have reloaded for it before but the generous military chamber required a lot of case resizing and...
  8. Thread: Primers vs Primers

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    Ken

    nice to see your input after what seems to have been a long absence. Have you been in the hinterlands of the globe for a bit? Hope you and the Madame are doing well.

    One of the big diffs between...
  9. Sharing some of one's stash

    says a lot about the person willing to do so and the shooter community in general. I sold some powder recently to a fellow in Tn and he stated he had no primers to speak of. I sold him 1K from my...
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    Good One Al!

    one of my favorite secular Christmas songs....Heard them first on Prairie Home Companion years ago.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpzSWAg-HDg
  11. Thread: Merry Christmas

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    Francis

    Joyeux Noel et Bon annee
  12. Thread: speer tnts

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    Tim

    I've read some comments about nosler ballistic tips blowing up on game, not penetrating, etc. I've loaded them for my wife and me and for others for years and have never seen an instance where they...
  13. Thread: Jim Carstensen

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    Ssi

    payments to us are paid from pre-tax contributions by the worker and his employer. So, the income tax has to be paid sometime. SSI never used to be taxed but all things change when the government...
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    Leo

    my suggestion was to sell them to someone who needs a .311' bullet and use the $ to buy .308" diameter bullets for yourself.
  15. Thread: A hopeful sign?

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    New York diamond merchants

    used to use registered mail for that reason. Not sure if they still do. Wouldn't surprise me if the do.
  16. Thread: speer tnts

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    I have tried

    125 gr .30 cal TNTs on an IBS score target from my comp rifle. They didn't cut it although they would have done fine varmint hunting. For the money they are a pretty good bullet. Probably if I ogive...
  17. Thread: A hopeful sign?

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    On and off

    I have had problems with USPS shipping long guns. My last episode was 2 years ago when I wanted to ship a shotgun to a repair shop in NY. The lady behind the counter asked me what was in the package...
  18. Thread: A hopeful sign?

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    I checked Powder Valley

    the other evening and lo and behold they had 8# jugs of H4198. I texted a couple of friends who needed some and both got one jug that evening. The next morning PV was sold out. Man, you just gotta...
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    Sell them

    to someone who will use them for their intended bore diameter and try and find .308" 125/130 gr bullets for your use. I can't imagine you can't find someone to buy them in this day and age, prob is...
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    I'm not sure

    I wish he passes into never never land because the one right behind him is way worse.
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    i just read this morning

    that a Texas republican rep isn't signing on to the suit because he claims this will set a bad precedent in the courts policing state vote procedures. Well, if states violated their own laws by...
  22. Thread: bullet making dies

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    Whatever

    happened to Kirk Ethridge? I shot up my last of his 6mm 68 grain bullets this year. They were very good in my rifle.
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    if you ever...

    get a chance to buy an extractor ring for the 722 based rifle you have that is correct for the head diameter jump on it. They are very scarce and according to some were prone to breaking. I have one...
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    When I was a kid

    The boxes said range 1 mile. Wonder what has changed to have them now print 1 1/2 miles?
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    Francis

    stories like this are, for lack of other words, sad. Reading the post on this forum from the new president of NBRSA and his exchange with the outgoing President of IBS about what they can do to...
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