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    So they sling them down into the hold, rig them...

    So they sling them down into the hold, rig them in the hold area and run them out?
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    hmmm, they shrunk

    hmmm, they shrunk
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    It's still alive and well. For me, the home...

    It's still alive and well.

    For me, the home setup included hitting with a hammer as I didn't spend the time/money to make a regulated hydraulic drive setup so results were not to my liking.

    It...
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    I definitely point straight up, for many reasons...

    I definitely point straight up, for many reasons but most because I'm lazy

    Using only powder has some drawbacks;
    #1, it uses a lot more powder
    #2, it doesn't work well for the PPC blowout. I use...
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    IMO the biggest drawback to COW is that it's...

    IMO the biggest drawback to COW is that it's dangerous.......


    I caught one once where the powder just came too far up the neck, with a weighed load, so "I Caught It" before I fired it...... but...
  6. Thread: 6mm ppc

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    It's Gold like this that makes Wilbur's forum the...

    It's Gold like this that makes Wilbur's forum the ONLY accuracy forum on thee planet.....
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    LOL!! And P'losee prayed for help from God...

    LOL!!

    And P'losee prayed for help from God Above before sending over the articles.......

    friggin' liberals
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    That's what I'm reading too..... And I myself...

    That's what I'm reading too.....

    And I myself NEVER want the screws to suck the action down to stop on something hard, IMO steel is like rubber, the screw tension pulls or "puckers out" the metal...
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    To me, vee block means the center is suspended ie...

    To me, vee block means the center is suspended ie not touching the pillars. When you suck it down it "pulls" instead of just setting on top of the pillar
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    nope, well kinda, a TINY massless wad rolled in...

    nope, well kinda, a TINY massless wad rolled in my fingers... pencil eraser would be huge....only to keep powder from popping out
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    LOL!!! friggin' GENIUS idea'r Boss!! I make...

    LOL!!! friggin' GENIUS idea'r Boss!!

    I make (made) my adjustable fireform chambers on a TAC338, a 110 bigshank and a Rem 722 but this is absolutimally out-of-the-box and will become my new go-to...
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    So the entire action is teetering on a 5/8" wide...

    So the entire action is teetering on a 5/8" wide strip of bedding?

    And the sides are free?

    Sounds the exact opposite of a vee block to me. What Am I misunderstanding?
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    it's a bitter nite. spitting a nasty stinging,...

    it's a bitter nite. spitting a nasty stinging, sleety snow. i just stepped out to pee and something in the woods was letting me and everything else know it was peeved.....


    skREEEEE!! Skreee k k...
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    Some things; First, true tuneable accuracy is...

    Some things;

    First, true tuneable accuracy is about vibration control, about making the rifle system into a repeatable, predictable constant. Something tractable, like a car, turn the key and let...
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    OK Jimmy...... I'll back on out now and leave...

    OK Jimmy...... I'll back on out now and leave your thread alone.....

    Carry on
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    Jack finally decided to tie the knot with his...

    Jack finally decided to tie the knot with his longtime girlfriend.
    One evening, after their honeymoon, he was working on his motorcycle in the garage, just for fun.
    His new wife was standing there...
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    Good On Ya Mort... I been passin' it on to my...

    Good On Ya Mort...

    I been passin' it on to my friends, didn't dare post it here...

    thanks

    al
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    Louis, I really like your bullets. The design you...

    Louis, I really like your bullets. The design you show is exactly what I wanted but my maker insisted that the driving band clear to the base (the part you refer to as "baseband") would "leave little...
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    Roadkill!!
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    It's purpose-designed for ONE single purpose, a...

    It's purpose-designed for ONE single purpose, a subsonic hunting round. So it'll take basically any powder.

    I've worked up 1050fps loads using 13 different powders ranging from Clays/Red...
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    BTW Louis..... When I had this mold made I tried...

    BTW Louis..... When I had this mold made I tried to get a larger surface at the rear. Specifically I wanted a thin driving band at the rear for better gas seal and the guy who built this one...
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    Hokayyy..... but I'm opening myself up to...

    Hokayyy..... but I'm opening myself up to (deserved) ridicule from Louis ;)

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    Here's one next to a 6BR round
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    HO'leee!! And I thought my 895-grainers were...

    HO'leee!!

    And I thought my 895-grainers were large!

    Hope you make your own bullet casting blocks as even my guy in OZ can't make a mould that big!!
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    Thank you for the help guys..... I be trying...

    Thank you for the help guys..... I be trying these little shorty bits, gonna' get some cutting oil on my face fer shure.....
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    I've got an old Bridgeport with the step pulleys...

    I've got an old Bridgeport with the step pulleys instead of the vari-speed drive. I put a VFD on it and I _think_ my high speed is around 3300RPMs

    I normally run it around 2500-ish (guessing) with...
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