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  1. Thread: Die project

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    I have one

    Thanks, I'll try it when I get home.

    Pete
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    I've got two new barrel on the way

    one is a 13 and the other a 13.5. I mostly shoot IBS Score Varmint Hunter class which is a 10 pound, 6 power scope class. Last year I had a 6 BR put together. I have been shooting one form of 30 cal...
  3. Thread: chamber

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    Interesting

    a friend is currently shooting a longer chamber that any of those listed, with good results. Mine now is .765", his is longer yet.

    Pete
  4. Thread: Die project

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    Thanks Al

    No good deed goes un punished, does it? Likely I should just open the ass of the chamber up a bit, eh?

    Pete
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    What do you intend to do

    About bumping the shoulders on your cases? A lot of people use threaded type S dies, full length resizing every time. A rifle will run a lot smoother and easier going in that direction. There is...
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    For once

    we agree 100 percent on something Tim. Mebby this will be a better year.

    Pete
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    I would say

    as much as a fitting a barrel would be a fair price.

    Pete
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    I think the last ones

    were sold by Frank Dansanka(sp?) and the last one was sold a few months ago. I don't know what the future will bring but personally I wish it would return the plug to us.

    Pete
  9. Thread: Die project

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    I have used

    a .308 small base die for years with shorter BR cases as well as 30-44's. It ends being pretty much like a borne out die when using shorter cases. I have often wished it was tighter. I'm gonna check...
  10. I had a friend

    who was an engineer at Kennametal. I asked him what he used to thread barrels with and he said Tool Steel. Said he got tired of chip balls with carbide. I had gotten a chip ball with carbide...
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    Thanks Bob

    I can only print page nine off this site.

    Pete
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    Eric Chamino

    has a youtube in which he interviews Speedy. Speedy mentioned the warehouse in it. In a no wind environment, very lite loads would give tiny groups that out in the real world would be disaster. I...
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    It's an interesting read

    however, a number of things have changed over time. One thing I noticed I've never seen anyone do is to position their rifle with the stock midway between the front of the stock and the action. Might...
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    Here ya go

    PM sent.

    Pete
  15. Thread: Die project

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    Here's a couple of solutions;

    Open the ass of that chamber up a little or take a couple of thou off the butts of the cases that won't fit. A couple of winters ago a poster put up a picture on here of a cutter he had made to trim...
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    So here's something that is always an issue

    BARRELS.

    No matter what rifle one works with the rest of the gun is ultimately only as good as the barrel on it so it's a big system. The right lot of pellets is another issue when one gets down...
  17. Thread: 25 Creedmoor

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    Years ago

    I did up a short 30-284 to shoot in the Hunter class in IBS. It was the minimum case capacity size when the hunter class had that restriction. It didn't do one thing different than the 30-44's I had...
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    Watched the Youtube

    of a tour of BAT Actions this morning. Interesting stuff, almost all CNC. Surprised they do their own heat treat, or at least some of it. The shop was smaller than I imagined it would be.

    Pete
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    A local dealer

    has Varget on his shelf. I called him a month ago and asked if he had any Varget. He said he had some coming in the next day. I went over the next day. It was $59.95 per pound. I had paid $39.95 per...
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    Interesting indeed

    I personally wouldn't part with $1450. for a Savage but I guess it's all in the eye of the beholder. I like the concept. I have a Swiss straight pull that works and shoots very well.

    Pete
  21. A friend has

    a Hardinge Chucker, I think it's called, with a threading rig on it that is a cam that pulls the tool way far away from the work when it gets to where it is suppose to stop. Slickest outfit I've ever...
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    This likely the new price

    going forward and probably what this "Shortage" is all about. Prices never seem to go down once makers see what people will pay for things. Just look at freight rates, for instance.

    Pete
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    I read

    on a news feed today a lot of the medical people (in Texas) refusing it are doing so for political reasons, no further explanation. I think production time is the pretty simple reason for in line....
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    I have a physician friend

    who has had his first shot and is having the second in a few days. I'm 76. I have some underlying situations. I'm a risk taker, always have been. I don't think the world is flat.

    Pete
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    Got my appointment

    I called the VA today and got an appointment for Covid 19 Vaccine and only ten days out! Progress.

    Pete
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